BiMonthly Distractions (for the afflicted) – A Theoretical Greenhouse – Zero Items* compatriots Jason Tribiano, and Rudy Bacich bring 2 hours worth of their constantly expanding range of passions to this bi-monthly internet radio program. With a focus on fulfilling the endless artistic dreamer’s wishlust of obscure information, both visual + aural, in a typical program these comrades in arms may cover everything from the latest esoteric goings on about town, new local original music, worthwhile theoretical physicists to explore, obscure soundscapes, indepth reports yearning laterally for escape from the edges of suburbia, local Himalayan flavored endeavors, and anything else that comes up while they search under the seats of the theatre for the key to reality to bring on their eclectic brand of "theatre of the mind". As you will most likely have questions at the end of the program, please be sure to have your pens and pencils at the ready as we dig deep into the WTF bin, examine that fruit on air so you don’t have to, and then look forward to discussing what you'd got from it all either in the live chat or in our other various social media locations. Jason + Rudy *Zero Items is a collective studio sound project which can be found at BandCamp these days, for those interested. bimonthlydistractions.tumblr.com https://twitter.com/BiMonthlyDistr1 https://www.instagram.com/bimonthlydistractions/ https://www.facebook.com/BiMonthlyDistr1/
Art School Mixtape brings you back to the day when you were exchanging mix tapes with your friends and crushes to find out about new music. Here at Art School Mixtape, we don’t discriminate. New Wave, Hip Hop, Electronic, Fuzz Guitar, even Spoken Word. We touch all of it. Without permission.
Break In Case of Emergency Jazz - highlights bebop and classic, old-school jazz. This show has no currently designated date or time slot, hence the name, it will be inserted and produced to fill in a last minute gap in programming. If you enjoy classic jazz this is the place for you, enjoy!
Channels and Winds brings you an eclectic blend of today’s Bottom 40 hits from all major genres, from Reptilian Disco to Sock-Hop Soul. Ray, your host, will engage a menagerie of wide-eyed guests in conversation about music, art, politics, culture, garbage, anger, and other elitist intellectual pursuits that you’re sick of hearing about already. Contests. Every other Wednesday 4pm - 6pm
Classical-ish is an intrepid foray into the genre non-conforming outer edges of the classical universe, where women who make beautiful noise, non-Western modalities, sonic experimentation and composers of color are what’s happening. Join host Nutmeg as she sets out to prove that there’s more to classical music than just old white dudes.
DJ H2O’s talk show is a radio segment discussing trending brands like Addias, Nike, Off-White, Supreme, Bape, etc. Additionally I’ll be performing and producing beats live on air, as well as latest music selections. There will also be guests participating in the segment and in the future celebrity guests. Stay tuned!
The past does not repeat itself, but it rhymes. -Mark Twain. Join Carol Hooper on a genre bending musical adventure to discover the many ways artists have made modern classics all their own: from Eddie Hazel’s psychedelic funk interpretation of California Dreamin’ to James Vincent McMorrow’s acoustic reimagining of Willow Smith’s Whip My Hair and back.
Ed Kabatsky, aka EDKA, Staten Islander since 2009, has been involved in electronic dance music as a producer since the early 90’s when rave culture was just beginning in New York. Inspired, he began experimenting with analog synths, drum-machines, sequencers, samplers and turntables. While mainly focusing on studio work, from time totime he has been involved as an organizer, performer or promoter in numerous rave events all around New York. Originally born in Moscow, Russia, the music culture that he grew upwith fostered his aspiration to be part of New York’s Russian music underground community and participated in many events and music festivals. During his later endeavors, Ed is focused on mixing experimental electronic music with acoustic instruments to create downtempo, chillout atmosphere with elements of ethnic mood. At MakerPark Radio he will present mixtures of harmonic vibration to stimulate and relax your mind.
A savory- yet saccharine, melange of sleaze and cheese, bridging the gap from 2 Live Crew to Zamfir (Master of the Panflute). Turn up your Hi-Fi and prepare to be dazzled by gentle waves of audio pleasure. Please listen responsibly.
As a lifelong Staten Islander, Kat is familiar with all the wonderful things the Island has to offer, including great local music. Every other Sunday on Island Jams, Kat will interview a new local artist about their work. In the Jam-Packed round of questions, Kat will ask the artists rapid fire questions about anything from 'What artist they would host a dinner party with?' to 'If they could only listen to one record for the rest of their life, what would it be?' Artists will also perform their jams live on air. Tune into Island Jams for some great local flavor.
MUSIC I LIKE is exactly what the title says - music that sends a quiver down my backbone. The show focuses on rock ‘n’ roll from the 50s through the early 90s. you’ll hear rockabilly, through psychedelia and heavy blues, through the best days of punk and metal, to the heady days of what used to be called college radio. Along the way there’ll be stops with the Mods, Detroit’s heavy bands, the UK’s pub rockers, and all sorts of extravagant prog bands. Expect little-heard album tracks from big names as well as very cool music from undeservedly forgotten scenes and artists, as well as some surprises and curve balls every now and then.
Hosted by Jim Murphy. You’ll never know what to expect as I mine the depths for deep grooves, sonic beauty, immortal rhymes, incomparable vibes, hard-rocking, ancient expressions, soulful exhortations, seasonal goodies, and more. I’ll spin everything from old school hip-hop to early classical music, from ambient space to 70’s disco-funk, from reggae to bluegrass, and everything in between. This show is about sonic discovery, plain and simple. Digging in the crates.
What exactly is that magical thing a song has hidden between the lines in the music that gives you an uncontrollable desire to dance? Rhythm Selection is a 2 hour live streaming mixshow in NYC that explores this topic weekly every Friday from 8pm - 10pm EST. The show is hosted by Giles Dickerson, a collector / DJ / producer / record label owner, and will feature frequent guests from the world of underground dance music, discussing their experiences making and releasing dance music, running record labels, DJing, throwing parties, and most importantly: digging for that next amazing song discovery. Something new, something old, quality dance tracks since 2017.
Where the conversation about music production has a home. Beats, Talk, and Dope Music! It’s show about production, tech talk and the best products available for your production needs. New and classic hiphop, jazz ,funk and world music set the tone for our discussions. Presented by PhitzDaDescription
Greg Pesochin, aka Udachi, is a New York-based, electronic music producer whose visionary work fuses a wide-screen psychedelic approach, informed by Pink Floyd, to the dirty, low-end hum of what writer Simon Reynolds calls the post-hardcore continuum. His sound is the result of a journey as a person and DJ, from his place of birth in Ukraine in 1981, as a skater kid in the ‘90s listening to metal and hardcore through to the early 2000s when his ears were informed by the Staten Island roller rinks, with their disco and freestyle soundtrack, and the dance floors of New York bacchanals like The Tunnel, which were driven by heady blends of high velocity rave music and dark, driving progressive house. While in college, during the same period, Greg spent four years hosting and djing on a weekly dance music radio show that featured guests such as drum n bass and bass music legend Reid Speed and leading-edge producer and remixer, Omar Santana. In 2002 he began producing his own music and by 2005 he had connected with fellow producer AC Slater, who introduced him to a wide array of electronic music genres, including house, dubstep, bass, breaks, drum n bass and classic rave music. The music of contemporary artists like Boxcutter, Drop The Lime and Benga really made an impression on Greg. 2007 saw him creating the name Udachi for his music project, which has crafted some remarkable original productions and remixes. Greg’s discography includes releases for NY’s Trouble & Bass, remixes for Audio Bullys, AC Slater, Rico Tubbs, M83 and a remix of “The Whip” by Foxsky on Diplo’s Mad Decent label. His own productions such as “Smoke Rings” with a vocalist Jess Jubillee, and P-Funk Skank charted extremely well and were enthusiastically received by fans and other artists alike.
Hosted by Brian and Nicholas, co-owners of Deer God, a local music production and publishing house, Deer God Radio is here to provide extreme music to Staten Island and beyond on the interwebs. Both life-long music fans, their eclectic choices spanning a wide swath of genres will have one thing in common: brutality.
I’m Luke Larson and its always been a passion of mine to make people dance. Djing is my profession and the DJ booth is my office. Guest DJ’s and I will be spinning a variety of genres from the NYC underground dance scene. Join me for a listen!
Creative Endeavors hopes to inform the community about Staten Island’s arts council, Staten Island Arts. The show will feature projects and opportunities connected to SI Arts as well as informing the community about all the programs SI Arts offers. The show will be used to highlight past SI Arts grantee projects along with informing people about upcoming grantee projects they can experience in their own neighborhoods. Through interviews with artists/creators/makers the show will explore the greatest benefits of exercising creativity. The expression of creative ideas and how that expression can lead to facing the fear of failure, building self-worth, and seeing the world differently.
In a time where female empowerment is both on the uprise but also very much in need, it is through the arts that a literal and metaphorical voice is created to engage the community. makeHERspace radio hour is an outlet to broadcast women from all walks of life such as artists, musicians, business owners, public figures, and more. Through interviews, stories, anecdotes, poetry, writing, and music, our goal is to showcase women and inspire and educate listeners. makeHERspace radio hour is created and hosted by Magie Serpica who has a dynamic list of achievements as a contributing member to the arts within the Staten Island community. Magie is a local artist, tattooer, business owner, curator, writer, musician and mother of two, and is an activist in the world of feminism and women’s rights.
Nothing Personal is an irreverent comedy & music show featuring Stephen Ignatious (of Cringeworthy Show and In Strange Company Podcast) and guests for a bi-weekly adventure with NYC’s hottest comics, artists, and performers and jams that will make your ears go whoah! and what?? at the same time! Two hours of pure unadulterated chaos, comedy, and confusion!
TYPE 88 is the brain child of a driven community looking to connect people for the greater good. Tune in to meet some emerging stars providing insight, inspiration and music to push towards a brighter future. This bi-weekly show will feature guests that are out in the world making a difference, people that are living the dream not just talking about it. This 2hr show is hosted by Dave Noodlez. He’ll be sharing the latest underground tracks from artists we love.
You know when you're crowned prom queen and have punch to celebrate but then you find out the punch is spiked and you trip out to another, cooler era and end up partying with Paul Revere and The Raiders and there is karaoke and you sing "Mas Que Nada" with Tom Jones and when you wake up you have a club stamp on your hand from The Peppermint Lounge and a Dead Boys cassette in your grip? It's like that.