A noisy, psychedelic, dreamy, and spacey mind journey that explores D.I.Y. music from genres as diverse as electronica to noise rock.
It is the aural equivalent of finger painting, playing in the sandbox, and gathering for story time.
Campus and Community Radio Since 1963
Welcome to Binky Pinder’s Funhouse (rhymes with Pinky Tinder’s Bun-mouse)! I know what you are thinking…”It sounds like a really terrifying clown lives in there! This show sounds scary!” But what you will actually find inside is a journey into the mind of intrepid musical explorer, DJ Binky Pinder (aka Bucky Driedger), as he mines the past and braves the future to unearth the best vibes he can find. So come on over, have a seat in the living room and open your ears. Binky’s got the turntables and aux cables fired up and he’s very excited to show you his faves!
Girlie So Groovie dubs itself as “The only show dedicated to the women who rock and to the people who love them!” Broadcasting on CJAM 99.1 FM since 2001 and now syndicating on community/campus radio stations across Canada and the US, we are a weekly award-winning music program that gives a stage to the pioneering and contemporary female and non-binary musicians in rock, punk, rap, hip hop, R&B, blues, jazz, electronic, country, alternative, indie-rock and so much more.
Host: Trevor Klundert
Are you looking for late night action & adventure? Are you looking to introduce more music into your life? If so than tune into Night Danger Radio late night every Tuesday starting at midnight & ending at 3:00 am. Come & join host Alan C. on a never ending musical journey! We’ll talk music, current events, sports, weather & anything relevant & irrelevant happening in & around planet earth! Stay up late & listen to the radio!!
Join your host Justin as he talks music, lyrics, literature, and dad-jokes. Ushering in a new wave of radio hosts, Justin follows in the tradition of Dr. Frasier Crane and Howard Mandshein to bring you old music and new, with a touch of first-year English lit. Bob Dylan once said, “I was born very far from where I’m supposed to be, and so I’m on my way home.” Let’s all make our way home.