Arts & Culture

Sound Verite Radio

With Jon Jon Scott & Big George

Vintage, modern & future.

a place where jazz, soul, reggae, hip-hop, local, world music & beats culture exist together.

Every Sunday night, SynthWaves brings the latest and greatest Retro Synth, New 80s Soundtrack, Vaporwave, Future Funk, Nu Disco mixed with some classic and often forgotten tracks from the 80s and early 90s both locally and around the globe.

The Morning Blend combines the resources of the station’s news and music programmers to create a blend of information and entertainment designed to help you start your day. Interviews, reports and excerpts from other programs on the KFAI schedule are included. You never know exactly what’s in store when you’re listening between 6-8 a.m. weekdays; we’re making it up as we go.

Hip Hop, Spoken Word + Conscious Music

Hosted by
e.g. bailey and Shá Cage

Verbal Graffiti Radio will showcase spoken word, and spoken word-related, recordings throughout history, from different artistic movements such as the Beat Generation and the Black Arts Movement to today. It will also include recordings from different cultures, translated and untranslated.

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Community-Hosted Radio!

Community radio presented by and representing members of the community, the Wave Project is KFAI's public access hour.

Create your own one hour radio show: you make it up and you present it. You bring your own music, poetry, ideas, opinions, friends - whatever.

We put your show on the air and provide an engineer and all the equipment.

*Womenfolk* is a weekly radio program highlighting the best in women's folk/acoustic music. It airs every Tuesday from 2-4 pm CST on KFAI 90.3 FM Minneapolis/106.7 FM St. Paul and online at www.kfai.org.

World Exposure Interviews artists, musicians, bands and other groups that strike our intrigue.

Tuesday, September 19th, on Write On! Radio, we speak with Ben Blum about his new book Ranger Games: A Story of Soldiers, Family and an Inexplicable Crime. Ben Blum has a PhD in computer science and an MFA in fiction from New York University, where he was awarded the New York Times Foundation Fellowship.

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