Meet the Crew:
DJs Shell Shocked and Rev Ray
Carol Olson October 24th, 2021
An audio collage built around current events, mental health, and wild sampling…
…spotlighting new rap and & RnB and other experimental and crate digging music by people of color.
Anna C. October 3rd, 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
Spotify: 万事快調 Banji Kaicho @ WRIR 97.3FM
As well as live chat on chatango!
enzo January 6th, 2021
Gay World! It’s a Gay World! Everyone around me is a gay boi, gay girl!
Hello my Sweet Queens!!!
This is… THE DYKE AGENDA!
Richmond’s ONLY Queer Radio SHOW !!!
Hosted by me, the Big ‘ol Lesbian, Kim the One!
The DA takes you on a journey to the wonderful community of queers.
From Spilling the tea!… To queer politics… fashion… and the sh** we do when we Kiki with our friends…
The possibilities are endless!
Follow me on Instagram: @thedykeagenda
Updates, listener interaction, Polls, and More!
enzo November 18th, 2018
Mellow Madness is a DeeJay radio show that focuses on Soul, Funk, Jazz, various International, Psyche and other genres and has an emphasis on original press vinyl records. The show is hosted by Michael Murphy but periodically has guest appearances from local DJs and even the occasional world famous record collector.
The host, Michael Murphy, has been a DJ in Richmond for over 15 years and got involved through an interest in Hip Hop and Dance music. He was part of the tag team duo Sleek and Ruckus in the mid 90s but continued working with other groups, notably The Infectious Organisms in the late 90s. Over the years Michael has DJed in many cities, including the opportunity to DJ at SXSW in Austin, Texas in 2007.
“While growing up in Richmond I was into Rock, Punk and Heavy Metal as a kid, but developed a taste for Hip Hop during my teenage years. A lot of the golden era Hip Hop beats were produced with samples of soul and funk records from the 60s and 70s. Once I started discovering the original sample sources for all of my favorite hip hop songs, I quickly realized that there was a whole other world of older music that I was not aware existed. My tastes over the years have branched out to many other types of music besides 60s and 70s Soul and Funk. On any given Sunday on Mellow Madness you might hear Deep Soul 45s, Brazilian Sambas, International Psyche Rock, Disco Boogie, Black Jazz, Post Punk, Afro Funk, Psychedelic Folk, Roots Reggae, and a lot more.”
Anna C. October 19th, 2015