Quantum Live Radio is a bi-weekly show that attempts to align the groove through the love of music every other Thursday on WRIR. Join Chuck Stylez as he explores the energy of Funk, Electronica, Disco and Psychedelic Soul.
So, lock in, “Free Your Mind”, dance (if you’re so inclined), as Stylez brings forth the “just below the surface” rhythm and groove on QUANTUM LIVE RADIO!
As a young professional, this show aims to showcase fresh/fresher/fresh-ish music tastes. Mostly indie, rock, folk, oldies, and pop, and excursions to country, punk, adult standards, and whatever else. Occasional theme/genre show. DJ Tommy Beth can’t promise a little of everything, but they can promise a little of a lot. Or at least, a lot of a little.
Anna C. January 1st, 2023
Meet the Crew:
DJs Shell Shocked and Rev Ray
Carol Olson October 24th, 2021
Hi, all! Midtown Swing is DJ Ginger’s new show (you may know me from Wednesday Breakfast Blend), and I’ll be playing pop, R&B, jazz, rock, hip hop, funk, whatever feels right. I hope you’ll like it too, and tell your friends to tune in. Here we go!
enzo May 10th, 2021
Hosted by DJ Tony J, Handful of Brains is eclectic, heavily psychedelic, sometimes funkadelic, maybe blues, perhaps pop, occasionally country!
enzo March 2nd, 2019
Hosted by DJ Tony J, Children of the Night is eclectic, heavily psychedelic, sometimes funkadelic, maybe blues, perhaps pop, occasionally country
enzo May 11th, 2017
Ambiance Congo features the best of Congolese popular music. From the 1950s to the present day, Congolese music is the most widely distributed and appreciated music throughout the African continent. Congolese music is also appreciated worldwide from Western Europe to Japan, Colombia and the Caribbean.
I wanted the city to be able to hear the unrepresented sound in Black Music. I like Hip-Hop, top 40 oldies and smooth jazz but there is a LOT more. Blues, new and old Funk/Soul, Zydeco, Black Country, Afro-pop, Latin, Caribbean, Rock and much more. Thanks to WRIR I can do that. All you have to do is tune in and turn up the volume.
Anna C. March 28th, 2016