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Best wfmu podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best wfmu podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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A digest of radio pieces from WFMU's Morning Program. Host Clay Pigeon shares his inimitable production pieces, plus Wake and Bake Radio's weekly reports on cheese, hazardous waste, weird animals, listener phone calls, today in history, and more from Wake and Bake Radio, heard in its entirety Monday through Friday, 6-9am and online here: http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/WA
 
WFMU's underground hip-hop podcast. When it comes to hip-hop, radio either supports the major label funded sounds or the independently released up & comers. Where do unsigned acts go? Look no further; "Coffee 2 Go" is THEE spot to drop your most raw and grimy unmastered demos! The half-hour podcast was started by Noah, DJ BrownBum, and The Custodian Of Records in April of 2005. The show has also added co-host Daniel Joseph aka Espee from Jersey hip-hop crew, Bully Mouth and Jersey producer D ...
 
The Free Music Archive is a non-profit digital library offering free and legal MP3 downloads. Our Song of the Day podcast features handpicked tracks including live in-studio recordings and Creative Commons releases. Every MP3 you discover is pre-cleared for certain types of use that would otherwise be prohibited by copyright laws, ranging from downloads to use in videos and remixes. Visit freemusicarchive.org for more information about individual tracks and artists.
 
Caffeinated rock, experimental pop, oddball beats, and more stuffed into a chewy, bite-sized, downloadable snack. A quick rundown of Liz's faves from the Free Music Archive, including many tunes from her weekly radio show, plus a few special treats that are too hot for airplay.
 
Aerial View was WFMU’s first regularly-scheduled phone-in talk show. Hosted by Chris T. and on the air since 1989, the show features topical conversation, interviews and many trips down the rabbit hole. Until further notice, Aerial View is only available as a podcast, available every Tuesday morning. Subscribe to the newsletter “See You Next Tuesday!” and find tons of archives at aerialview.me.
 
The Radio Survivor podcast is a weekly show that explores the future of community media, with a focus on community radio, college radio, low-power FM and public access TV, along with podcasting and internet radio. Hosts Paul Riismandel, Eric Klein and Jennifer Waits highlight the best and most innovative audio programming and keep you updated on the news that affects our ability to make, create, hear and see great community media.
 
Erie Canal Theatre creates audio stories. Our lavishly sound-designed, improv comedy infused "Switchboard Infinity" spans 18 phantasmagoric episodes and also aired on WFMU. We recommend a binge listen. For 2017, we're creating a new batch of shows, such as the 1980s retro-noir comedy "Laughageddon" and a bunch of stuff that's still a secret. Subscribe and share today!
 
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From 2010 - 2018 I used to do a show about creative commons and free culture music with a guy named Doug Whitfield called Music Manumit. Years ago we were interviewed on the WFMU podcast Radio Free Culture with Cheyenne Hohman. I found this episode the other day and thought it would be interesting because I talk about my support of creative commons…
 
Music behind DJ: Jack Eubanks - "Casino" - Guitar Sounds Of The South Link Davis - "Sixteen Chicks" Carl Dean - "Wait Till The Sun Comes Down" Jimmy Dee and the Offbeats with the Montclairs - "Don't Cry No More" Jimmy Dell - "The Message" The Dixielanders - "Uncle John's Bongos" Tony Douglas - "Thunder and Lightning" Music behind DJ: Jack Eubanks -…
 
Over the course of four seasons, the Peabody-nominated podcast “Scene on Radio,” a production of the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, has earned a reputation for tackling head-on difficult topics around race, gender, justice and equity. But it didn’t start out that way. It started life as a documentary anthology that host and prod…
 
Alex Battles - "Honky Tonk Radio Girl" Music behind DJ: Floyd Cramer - "I Feel Fine" - Class of '65 The Cables - "Choo-Choo" Swanee Caldwell - "I'm Gonna Stop" Glen Campbell - "Galveston" The Caps - "Who The Heck" Henson Cargill - "Me And Bobby McGee" Music behind DJ: Floyd Cramer - "King Of The Road" - Class of '65 The Carlisles - "No Help Wanted"…
 
Portrayals of radio in popular culture provide an interesting glimpse at radio’s role in society. At Radio Survivor, we’ve long been fascinated by radio depictions on both the small and large screen; so it is a treat to dive into this topic with Hemrani Vyas, Programming Coordinator at Turner Classic Movies (TCM). Vyas curated an entire day of radi…
 
ReVINYLized is an account I've been following on Instagram that makes things out of old records and pop-culture items. I got together with Betty who makes all of these items herself and we talk about what she does and how this all got started. Learn more about ReVINYLized on Instagram @revinylizedmadtown Music for the podcast "Just in case" by Lore…
 
Music behind DJ: Chet Atkins - "Wheels" - Travelin' Bobby Abshire - "Virginia Is For Lovers" Jessie Acosta - "I Love You A Thousand Ways" Kay Adams - "Little Pink Mack" Bucky Allred - "Rx-All Ranger" Andy Anderson and The Dawnbreakers - "Tough Tough Tough" Charline Arthur - "Flash Your Diamonds (And Show Your Gold)" Music behind DJ: Chet Atkins - "…
 
In 2019 we celebrated International Women’s Day by recording a fascinating interview about women’s radio history with University of Louisville Professor of History Christine Ehrick. Author of Radio and the Gendered Soundscape: Women and Broadcasting in Argentina and Uruguay, 1930-1950, Ehrick schools us on the hidden history of a pioneering women’s…
 
In 2019 we celebrated International Women’s Day by recording a fascinating interview about women’s radio history with University of Louisville Professor of History Christine Ehrick. Author of Radio and the Gendered Soundscape: Women and Broadcasting in Argentina and Uruguay, 1930-1950, Ehrick schools us on the hidden history of a pioneering women’s…
 
American Bandit is a post-hardcore band from Milwaukee WI. I got the chance to talk with them when they came through town to play a show at the High Noon Saloon. I'm a musician myself in the band Lorenzo's Music and I have been making music long before I started this art podcast. One difference about being in a band is it has the advantage of creat…
 
Welcome to SO FAR, a Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young podcast hosted by Tom Scharpling, AP Mike Lisk, Pat Byrne and Jason Gore! SO FAR is limited podcast in which we'll take a year by year look at all of the works of CSNY, together and apart. In this episode, SLBG gives you a breakdown of what SO FAR will be while looking at the works of The Byrds, T…
 
Alex Battles - "Honky Tonk Radio Girl" - single Music behind DJ: Joe Maphis - "Yakety Yak" - The New Sounds Of Joe Maphis Red Foley - "Birmingham Bounce" - single Red Foley and Kitty Wells - "As Long As I Live" - single Red Foley - "Salty Dog Rag" - single Ferlin Husky - "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" - Boulevard of Broken Dreams Hank Locklin - "Why …
 
Some consider the late 1960s through the mid-1990s to be a “golden age” of college radio. History professor Katherine Rye Jewell, from Fitchburg State University, notes that the period begins with college stations taking to the FM dial, and concludes with the rise of the internet. During that time, college radio stations certainly at times did have…
 
Some consider the late 1960s through the mid-1990s to be a “golden age” of college radio. History professor Katherine Rye Jewell, from Fitchburg State University, notes that the period begins with college stations taking to the FM dial, and concludes with the rise of the internet. During that time, college radio stations certainly at times did have…
 
Becky Weber is an artist here in Madison, WI who makes things from Mannequins and also makes horror and music-themed clothing. We sit down at a local coffee shop to talk and I find out that her other obsession is horror based cosplay.Learn more about Becky Weber on Instagram @artsybekkaMusic for the podcast "Just in case" by Lorenzo's Music - https…
 
Alex Battles - "Honky Tonk Radio Girl" - single Young Jessie - "My Country Cousin" - single [RIP] Music behind DJ: Boudleaux Bryant and the Sparks - "Hot Spot" - single Hank Williams - "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" - single Faron Young - "You're Still Mine" - single Don Gibson - "Fireball Mail" - single Doye O'Dell - "Diesel Smoke" - single Grandpa…
 
A common theme on Radio Survivor is that claims of being first should be viewed skeptically. From purported first college radio station to first internet simulcast, we’ve learned that there’s always another challenger to the prize. This time around, however, we can say this is definitively the first ever episode of Radio Survivor broadcast, and rec…
 
Linsay Kovnat is an artist I reached out to online because of an animated video I saw she made years ago for the band Man Man. She's been living in New York and we talk about how she ended up creating this video and winning a Nicktoons award for it. Lindsay has also recently been working on a children's book. Learn more about Lindsay Kovnat https:/…
 
Loretta Lynn - "I'm A Honky Tonk Girl" Hank Williams, Sr. - "Baby, We're Really In Love" Jimmy Walker - "Detour" Jack Guthrie - "Oklahoma Hills" The York Brothers - "Highland Park Girl" Ferlin Huskey - "I'll Baby Sit With You" Music behind DJ: Cordell Jackson - "Beale Street" Johnny Knight - "Rock & Roll Guitar" Carl Perkins - "Pink Pedal Pushers" …
 
Did you know that a lot of folks in Europe listen to radio on their televisions? Neither did we, until we talked with James Cridland, editor of the daily Podnews email newsletter and radio futurologist. He explains that outside of North America much of radio is enjoyed on more platforms, from digital DAB to, yes, television. With a career reaching …
 
Did you know that a lot of folks in Europe listen to radio on their televisions? Neither did we, until we talked with James Cridland, editor of the daily Podnews email newsletter and radio futurologist. He explains that outside of North America much of radio is enjoyed on more platforms, from digital DAB to, yes, television. With a career reaching …
 
Mike Lroy is an artist living in the Madison area. I had seen his work and was very intrigued by what he was doing on his Instagram. What he was doing there seemed surreal compared to the mural and other artwork he had created around town. I reached out and got to meet him one afternoon at the coffee shop right outside of my train car on West Washi…
 
Uncle Leon & the Alibis - "Home's Where You Make It" [https://uncleleonandthealibis.bandcamp.com] Music behind DJ: B-B - "Scratchin'" Tommy Trent - "I Walk A Mile (To The Mail Box)" Jack Tate and The Sandy Land Play Boys - "Maybe I Won't Need You Anymore" Ernest Tubb - "Saturday Satan Sunday Saint" Carl Story - "Follow Him" Dale Hawkins - "Money Ho…
 
WBCN in Boston, MA is one of the storied freeform FM stations in American commercial radio history. We’re talking about it because there’s a recent documentary film, entitled “WBCN and the American Revolution,” that dives into its history, and how WBCN’s early days in the late 60s and early 70s are intertwined with the counter culture movement in t…
 
WBCN in Boston, MA is one of the storied freeform FM stations in American commercial radio history. We’re talking about it because there’s a recent documentary film, entitled “WBCN and the American Revolution,” that dives into its history, and how WBCN’s early days in the late 60s and early 70s are intertwined with the counter culture movement in t…
 
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