World Music

KFAI is proud to present _Poquito y Bueno_, the first worldwide English-language flamenco webcast! This short and sweet half-hour program presents a panoply of flamenco music ranging from the first to the very latest recordings.

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).

Celebrating 35 years on the air with Willie Dominquez and Gabriel Rios. We are on the air every Saturday at 1:30 pm to 3 pm, so get ready to listen to the best Tejano Jams.

h2. Music from South Asia and the South Asian diaspora.

*Listen to the best music from India, Pakistan, other South Asian countries, and South Asian communities living in the US and UK.*

*Groove to tunes of*
* *Bollywood*
* *Bhangra*
* *Golden Oldies*
* *Desi Rock*
* *Fusion*
* *Asian Underground*
* *and more*

*All the hits this side of Bombay, this side of town*

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

Every Sunday night, SynthWaves brings the latest and greatest Retro Synth, New 80s Soundtrack, Vaporwave, Future Funk, Nu Disco mixed with some classic and often forgotten tracks from the 80s and early 90s.

Ascend to the Temposphere, where the best music converges in the sonic aether.

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.

h3. Your Monday Afternoon Smorgasbord of International Music

*Shake & Bake* brings you "World Music" (isn't all music "World Music"?) two hours a week. The idea is simple: no rules, no topics. If it's good, we play it! The show has been on the air for 19 years. It was started by Tony Paul and Eduardo Sandoval.

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