Racoon City is a Relaxing and creative space where all types of music is appreciated and enjoyed. Looking for new underground or up incoming artists, albums, and sounds then Racoon city is the place for you! Come and listen in and find you new favourite song along with hundred of other great tunes and discuss the inner workings of notorious albums from artists of all genres! A place to learn grow and listen to some funky music, Racoon City has it all!
Formerly, the African Caribbean Connection (ACC), West Coast Island Vibes with Cptn Dj rEdEyEzz is based on the principles of Family, Friends, Community and Culture. Focused on the best in African and Afro-Caribbean music, culture, issues and events happening in our community and around the world with your host Cptn Dj rEdEyEzz and occasional Special Guest.
Juno Award nominee and Canadian Folk Music Award winner Julian Taylor plays you some of his favourite tracks from artists all over the world. He’s spinning tunes he loves to listen to, and he wants to share them with you in this cozy and intimate radio experience.
Revolution Rock is a syndicated award winning radio show that broadcasts from CJAM 99.1 FM (in Windsor/Detroit). It focuses on 60s garage rock, 70s punk/new wave, surf, alternative, indie and new/old music within those genres.
James Scott, a music business student in Edinburgh, Scotland reached out to CJSF in order to complete a professional project to obtain his degree. The result is a four episode radio series celebrating Scottish music. Most radio shows featuring Scottish music tend to focus on folk or traditional music but Scotland has a fantastic and at times joyously off-kilter contemporary music scene. That's what you'll hear!
Episodes are in 2 parts - an hour each - which accounts for the same day archive link. Part 2 atop Part 1 by airdate..
Open Mics are time slots where as a new volunteer programmer your broadcast dream can become a reality. They are spaces where a new volunteer can put their training into practice before proposing a show of their own, and where volunteer programmers can be assigned their own permanent time slot, in other words, your radio show could be here! In the meantime, you might hear some syndicated content sourced from campus/community stations across Canada.