Marcy DePina aka DJ MD brings you a weekly radio show centered around the music/art and people of Africa and the African diaspora. Tune in every Tuesday from 6-8pm for your weekly dose music such as kizomba, kompa, coupe decale, baile funke, reggae, kwaito, samba, cumbia, bachata, soca, hip-hop, house music and more helping to illustrate the interconnectedness of our cultures.
Forsa will feature local artists and guests and help give a voice to multitude of talented woke artists, and will examine the role of music as a social, cultural, political force of transformation.
I'll be providing you with new music from independent artist mainly tri-state. Expect interviews from artists, producers, executives and curators from the culture. Hard hitting music related topics and news updates for the listeners and artist. Overall good vibes and energy.
Chainsaws & Jelly (C&J), created in 2007 by Newark artist Sheena She, is a platform for the progressive culture(s) within the art world. Hosted by Newark Native, Daniel Joseph, C&J will highlight both rare and popular music; interview movers and shakers from all over; and most of all, share our love for the arts with the community.
Following the funked up path forged by The Mothership, The Night Drive journeys deeper into space propelled by the sounds of r&b, funk, hip-hop, house, jazz and more. Serving fresh conversation and impossibly deep crates, we break new tunes, rinse classic jams, spotlight the latest innovators and bring joy to every ride. Broadcasting live every Thursday from 7pm - 10pm, The Night Drive combines Black music with tastemakers, creatives, and everyday influencers from across the diaspora to translate the core of the culture.
The podcast where we analyze, dissect, and disseminate to create a show about hip-hop culture (that Y'all can appreciate)
Our main event is The Rap Rebuttal. Where Jamaica, Queens' very own Blake Odom faces off against The Bronx Disputer, Angelo Roldan, to see which rapper is the best in albums, songs, or verses. We debate about anyone, from Method Man and Young Thug to Homeboy Sandman and Slim Thug...We throw it all down to see who can make the better argument. Tune in every Friday at 6 PM on the Newark Radio Co-op.
Transmissions from the Thread Crew recorded in downtown Newark, NJ. Thread DJs Nadus, Gonzalo Silva, Ezrakh, Tah and DJ Guy mix live in the Newark Radio Co-Op studios, moving through Club, House, Footwork, Techno and other contemporary dance styles with a uniquely Jersey energy. The crew also host interview segments with guest producers, DJs, artists and musicians from around the globe.
After the show, it's the AfterParty...with TheDJ Amazing Grace. Each and every Saturday join TheDJ and special guest for an on-air Day Party, Recapping the highlights from the week AND soundtracked with the "LITest" and "NEWest" music with ZERO repeats!
Diasporadic, hosted by shayee is a monthly collection of songs capturing Seyi (shayee) Adeyinka’s experience exploring the Brooklyn electronic music scene and its connection to her Nigerian American heritage. Her show examines the African diasporic roots of house and techno music and the evolution and mixing of electronic music with other musical genres over time. In her daily life, Seyi is a medical student and public health researcher.