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Get out of the graveyard and hop on the Mystery Train. It's the best of 80 years of folk, country, blues and rock & roll, plus a few surprises just to keep you guessing.Show Archives
Radio Rio is two hours of Brazilian music every Monday noon to 2 p.m. Central. The show features everything from samba, bossa nova, MPB, tropicalia to the new sounds coming out of Brazil today.Show Archives
Add a woman to radio and you've got "Dangerous Curves." Join host Sherri Danger as she presents her unique female perspective on music - just remember to wear your seat belts. It's Dangerous Curves, and she's driving, every Monday afternoon.Show Archives
Start your week off kicking and screaming with Chris Ward on loudQUIETloud. Chris provides all of the audio ingredients for an experiment in carefully curated madness - from garage rock to strange vinyl, from slow burners to tunnel bangers. loudQUIETloud is a pizza with all the right toppings - and none you'll want to pick off.Show Archives
All hail the drone! Brian scans the universe for psychedelia and experimental sounds to knock your world off its axis.Show Archives
Darren Snow brings you a great mix of old favorites and fresh new discoveries in the genres of pop, rock, soul and beyond. Breakfast time is launch time for Rocket 88.Show Archives
"Sittin' On Top of the World" offers up a bird's-eye view of the American roots landscape with a focus on the vernacular music of yesterday and today. You'll hear jugbands, swing bands and lots of in-between bands. Old time, country blues, bluegrass, folk and just plain old, down-home music.Show Archives
Drea is the Other One - the other Deadhead, that is. Every Tuesday afternoon she brings you music that influenced the Dead and that the Dead influenced, everything from folk, rock, jazz and blues, along with the Grateful Dead, Dead cover bands and who knows what else.Show Archives
Soul, funk, rock and blues: that's what you'll find when you finally reach Higher Ground! Jim Bruce brings you these styles and more, in a mix that comes straight from the gut.Show Archives
Lo-fi, freak folk, post-punk, psych and noise from all over - Cure for Pain has a little of what ails you and a little of what heals you. A fantastic pharmacy of weird affliction and heavy medicine turned inside out in search of the door.Show Archives
Prodigal songs, wayward grooves, lyrical detours, soul folk in action - that's Feel Like Going Home, with Roy Kasten, three hours of indie rock, errant twang, dusty blues and acoustic-electric ballads.Show Archives
It's a virtual explosion of fun - The Big Bang!, hosted by real-life emergency room physician Jeffrey Hallazgo (Dr. Jeff), is a rollicking, fast-paced, action-packed 3 hour program featuring the best of the Sound of Young 1960s and early 1970s America - mostly rare and uncommon soul and pop (with the occasional hit thrown into the mix) all in the style of classic Top 40 Radio!Show Archives
Tune into The Freaker’s Ball and float beyond the orbit of consensus reality. DJ Swan transmits sacred music from black light temples and cosmic gutters, every Thursday morning from 1-3am.Show Archives
Train of Thought provides listeners with music that rocks - be it metal, blues, punk, or something else entirely. Sometimes it even rocks to be mellow. In any case, the music flows like your new favorite mix tape.Show Archives
East Side Slim takes you cruising on many musical roads, with all leading back to the crossroad - the blues. Come on along for the ride on Rhythm Highways. You'll hear American music - music that swings, rolls and comes from the soul. Tune in to hear blues, R&B, gospel, swing, soul, rock 'n' roll, jazz and roadhouse, even the occasional honky tonk or western swing song. Rhythm Highways - it's an East Side groove.Show Archives
The Greaser's Lunchbox is rock & roll in all of its glorious phases, with an emphasis on its original form - rockabilly!Show Archives
The Future is Now brings you all the latest in new releases and emerging artists. It’s a genre bender of new music featuring rock, pop, soul, hip hop, R&B and more.Show Archives
The Space Parlour presents an eccentric combination of art rock, psychedelia, folk, new wave and other inventive alternative sounds. It's parlour music, space music and everything in between.Show Archives
Wrong Division features the best in progressive punk and experimental DIY rock, including everything from methodical, melodic post rock to erratic, noisy math. Join your host Joe and co-host Mabel as they showcase local to international bands and the music that influenced them. Learn more at the Wrong Division Blog.Show Archives
From classic to modern, Rolling Thunder brings you a diverse mix of rock styles, including psychedelic, progressive, and even a bit of metal. Ryan Cain spins all of that and more, adding in some blues and jazz for good measure.Show Archives
Join Pat Wolfe every Friday morning for a drive down the Interstate. It's a 2 hour mix of Americana, rock & roll and alternative country, featuring artists like James McMurtry, Dave Alvin, Uncle Tupelo, John Hiatt, Mark Knopfler and more. Are you ready for the ride?Show Archives
From the juke joints of the hill country, to the bar rooms of the big city and all points in between. Gospel, country, folk and rock - it all has roots in the blues. Shake 'em on Down.Show Archives
The Rhythm Section is two hours of groovy music, with your host Andy Coco. The Rhythm Section celebrates the soul and beat in all genres of music - anything and everything that'll make your head bop and your toes tap.Show Archives
Art Dwyer brings you blues, R&B, jazz and soul for your soul - "None of the hits, all of the time" since 88.1 KDHX's very first day on the air.Show Archives
Get your weekend started with Night Grooves. Orlandez features the deepest, coolest tracks of Soul, Jazz & Indie from the 70's up to the current.Show Archives
Down Yonder is a celebration of bluegrass and old-time music in all its forms, from the classic high lonesome sound of Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs and the Stanley Brothers, to the modern sounds of contemporary artists. As the title of a Monroe instrumental tells us, "You must come hither to go yonder."Show Archives
Professor Skank and Michael Kuelker switch off each week and bring you 2 hours of the latest - and greatest - reggae on the planet.Show Archives
DJ Carlos G. Charles is your host on "Latin Hemispheres," an exploration on the many facets of Latin music, including contemporary dance and club beats, rock & roll, some traditional rhythms, jazz, tropical tunes, hip hop, roots music, romantic songs and even pop. From time to time a theme show will take you for a ride and change things up as Carlos delivers it all with that Latin touch. Gracias por su sintonia y mantengen se con ese ritmo latino..... Ha ya yay, que sabroso. Todos los Domingos, that's every Sunday 1-3 am.Show Archives
Sara Finke welcomes the dawn with Native American music, both modern and traditional. Sara Finke welcomes the dawn with Native American music, both modern and traditional.Show Archives
Straight-ahead bluegrass - no Astroturf - hosted by Walter and Willa Volz. Part of each show will be dedicated to "Homegrown Grass" featuring artists from Missouri and Illinois both past and present, and festival and concert information, too.Show Archives
Bruce B. with deep blues, classic soul and hot R&B, alternating with Tony C and a mix of blues, soul, R&B, jazz and doo-wop. Tune in every Sunday evening for blues you can only get at the "Chicken Shack."