Arts & Culture

We want this show to be a place for us to showcase our many musical influences (Bachata, Cumbia, Funk, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Merengue, Reggae, Rock, Salsa, Samba, Soul, Chicano/Tejano).

Roar of the Underground hosted by the Metal Evangelist

Roar of the Underground aims to shed light on the dedicated & talented artists that comprise the underground heavy music scene of the Twin Cities, Midwest and beyond. The show focuses on upcoming live concerts in and around the Twin Cities, recent and future album releases and current events related to heavy music.

Connect with the show on Facebook: www.facebook.com/theMetalEvangelist/

With Willie Dominquez and Gabriel Rios. We are on the air every Saturday at 1 pm to 3 pm, so get ready to listen to the best Tejano Jams.

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What is Goth? We know it's a rock subgenera that formed from punk in the late 1970’s. However it’s not just that, it’s a culture. How can such a well thought out way of life exist when its only been around for twenty years?

Jacquie Lady J Maddix is a 28 year veteran broadcaster in radio and television, a vocalist and percussionist who has appeared around Minnesota with her band: "LadyJ Griot & Her Root Doctors", blending blues history, live music and root wisdom into one expression. Her radio show, Rollin & Tumblin, is a reflection of her deep roots in blues music and her belief that blue is the color of the soul.  Look for her publication "Drawing Down The Blessings" soon to be available. Contact: diamondblue01@msn.com

 

 

Music. Culture. Lifestyle. Twin Cities to the world.

Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

Sound Affects: A Radio Playground

Where "radio play" is the central part of the phrase. Hosted by Jerry Stearns. Audio theater, a medium where almost everything is left to your imagination.

Sound Verite Radio

With Jon Jon Scott & Big George

Vintage, modern & future.

a place where jazz, soul, reggae, hip-hop, local, world music & beats culture exist together.

 

In recognition  of freedom of speech protections in the First Amendment and  the FCC’s relaxed policy on late night/overnight  language, this KFAI program may include song lyrics some  listeners find objectionable.  

 

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