with Ellen Miller-Mack
“I have been immersed in the blues for so long that I think in blues lyrics.”
Welcome to the mind of a blues DJ, with every kind of blues, rhythm and blues and soul flowing through her head. I celebrate various occasions, regions (“don’t forget the motor city”), blues birthdays, live music and an abundance of women’s blues.
So, “Come on in my kitchen” Blame it on the Blues, Fridays at 1 pm.
with Ed Malachowski
The Town Crier is a music-based show which aims to inform as well as entertain. I will let listeners know about the upcoming week’s arts and entertainment events. Expect conversations with these event’s planners and organizers such as venue owners,farmers, brewers, art galleries and restaurants.You can stay up to date and listen to a variety of great music too.
Host Kevin Boucher talks with the rock and roll artists and eyewitnesses to the music and moments that have helped shape our lives. A combination of interviews and music, special guests will share their first-hand accounts and shine new light on the artists, albums, venues or trends that defined the spirit of rock and roll culture.
New and old ~ all genre and non genre ~ music from around town and across the world. Also occasional live sets.
Rock and Roll show with a focus on Punk.
Old to new, local to global.
Planet Emo is a broad exploration of emo music spanning decades, styles, and perspectives, with an emphasis on Massachusetts bands and traditionally under-represented musicians. From the hardcore and post-punk scenes of the 80’s and 90’s, through the emo revival of the mid-2000s, to the current surge in emo rap and pop punk, we’ll hear it all and talk about the history and influence of this far-reaching and often misunderstood genre.
What does Everywhere music sound like? Each week the Collider Radio Hour takes listeners everywhere, on a journey across cultures, genres, and continents to discover new sounds and ideas from around the planet. It’s an hour of music for the open-minded, adventurous global citizen.
PJ Eastman hosts The Blues Preservation Society — this weekly all-vinyl blues show dedicated to preserving classic blues music from the 1920’-1960’s — and features slide guitars and howlin’ wolves.
Finally a metal show for Northampton! A place to hear the wide world of metal, from glam to death, from the outer edges to the truly classic, all is welcome here. Each week, highlighting a subgenre while also playing the new and old. Dont be afraid of metal.
The New Music Alliance Radio Hour features some of the best original music of all genres composed by local artists from the Western New England area. This can include a mix of both current local artists and those “who have gone on” to become nationally known recording artists. Catch our rotating group of 6 awesome DJs to hear great new music!