The Meaning of the Blues|
Hosted by: Fred Allen
Delta Blues, Chicago blues, Texas blues, West Coast blues, jump blues, uptown blues, rhythm and blues, jazz blues..an hour dedicated to a great American art form.
The Pontoon Palace|
Hosted by: Rich Pontius
A good natured but incorrigible bin-digger becomes embroiled in an early morning plot to present a rich panoply of deep folk, heavy rock, psych, country, jazz and pop, all the while indulging his boundless zeal for mischief and romance.
Breakfast of Champions|
Hosted by: Tim, Ted, Becca, Roksi, Erik, and Jon
Start your morning off right with a bowl full of sugary sweet pop goodness, sprinkle on some tasty punk influences, and help yourself to the buffet of sumptuous soundscapes, melancholy melodies, quirky cadences and raucous rock.
Twitter Feed: @bocwmbr
Late Risers' Club|
Hosted by: Joanie, Mook, Mark, Ron, L-Train, and the Tuesday Alums
It's like sewing your ear to a vacuum cleaner.
Twitter Feed: @laterisersclub
Lost and Found|
Hosted by: Mark Francis, Lawrence Azrin, Bob Dubrow, Brother Wayne, Christopher Vyce, Alex McNeil
Rock, pop, and soul from the ’60s and early ’70s, but not the same old songs you hear every day on commercial radio.
Hosted by: Chuck Rosina, Bruce Sylvester
An eclectic journey from traditional roots music right up to the present day. Folk, blues, bluegrass, rock, R&B, jazz, reggae, and beyond. Songs looking at social justice issues. Local artists too. Roots music without bounds or barriers.
New Wave New Year|
Hosted by: keith or christopher
The 80's show that kept you company on New Year's pops back onto the airwaves with a wide range of synthetic styles from the late 70's to the early 90's.
WMBR Nightly News|
Hosted by: WMBR News Department
News and analysis from independent journalists around the country, as well as local news and events in Cambridge and Greater Boston, featuring voices not often heard in the mainstream media.
Hosted by: L-Train
Electronic variety show: Sometimes dark and moody, sometimes soulful and happy. It's not necessarily dance music and it's not necessarily not dance music. Radio Ninja has been bringing you car commercial music since 2003. #radioninjasince2003
Twitter Feed: @l_train
Nonstop Ecstatic Screaming|
Hosted by: Thao
Two hours of sound designed to split your skull open, break your brain, and pop your funk. Bloopity bits and bobs, plinkety plonk, drone, skronk, assorted noise, a bumping beat here and there, etc.
Hosted by: Teep
The undercurrent of electronix presented via a live-mix moodmat.
Twitter Feed: @sewersounds
Hosted by: Brett Boston
Reject the smallest artisanal record of sick-ignorant, CO2-minded and corporeal n-tuples. Receive paid "Goodbyes" via post-dictated silence. Music to shred the paper-thin walls of reality by.