Eclectic

Heart of the City Radio

Heart of the City Radio is produced by local musicians for local musicians! That means that all the music you hear is locally produced by current or former Minnesota Christian recording artists, oftentimes right here in the Twin Cities. Production-wise, our music often rivals the major labels! What’s more, Heart of the City Radio music is truly eclectic, so in a typical hour-long show you’ll hear 10-12 songs ranging from pop, to black gospel and everything in between! And remember, through your listening loyalty and by purchasing some of their music, you encourage and support all this great local talent, and thus you inspire them to continue making more great music!

Versed Radio

 

Versed Radio.

Hip hop with a fresh perspective.

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Jazzed Up And Bonkers!!

 

From the creative minds of Travis Ramin & Dan Henry comes JAZZED UP AND BONKERS!! 

Soul Tools Radio

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

BELOWtheWASTE

An internet-exclusive program pulling the best and the not-best of what you, the listeners, want everyone else to hear.

The Morning Blend

The Morning Blend combines the resources of the station’s news and music programmers to create a blend of information and entertainment designed to help you start your day. Interviews, reports and excerpts from other programs on the KFAI schedule are included. You never know exactly what’s in store when you’re listening between 6-8 a.m. weekdays; we’re making it up as we go.

Live From Studio 5!

Every week “Live From Studio Five!” airs live performances in our studios of local bands of all different genres. Occasionally we interview national artists such as Wanda Jackson, Kid Koala and Dale Watson. “Live From Studio 5!” is a group effort hosted by Cher Dial, Doug The Thug and Dew Glass with lots of help from others.

Radio Pocho

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).

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