A 501(c)3 organization
Luis de Leon
Acentos is a radio program that explores the arts through the eyes and perspectives of Spanish speakers. Hosted by Luis de Leon of Appalatin. / Acentos es un programa de radio que explora las artes a través de los ojos y las perspectivas de los hispanohablantes. Organizado por Luis de León de Appalatin. En español.
Wednesdays 2 - 3 PM
If Circuitry Could Sing. Psychedelic, drone, dance, electronic, b-sides and rarities, etc.
Saturdays 8 - 10 PM
THE AP HOUR
Ali & Priscilla
The AP Hour is a musical journey through the important life moments. The love of discovering new music and rediscovering old music through our shared experiences. Each week will have a different topic or theme that threads music and story together.
Thursdays 3 - 4 PM
ART IS FOR EVERYONE
Bits, schticks, music and stories for everybody, presented by actual Squallis puppets. Suspended your disbelief and unleash the creative mind every Sunday morning 9 - 10 AM.
Sundays 10-11 AM
AT THE HELM
Tune in for some of Ben Helm's favorite rock tunes from a wide range of decades. Ben gives listeners brief insight into the music played by these rock legends.
Mondays 1 - 2 PM
AUDIO ART 101
In this program, Mulit-Media Artist & Fine Arts Professor Fuschia Fuchs contextualizes local contemporary artists who work with sound within the larger global framework of contemporary art. This program will be a combination recorded sound works, live and recorded interviews, and live performances by artists. Each program will also be framed within art historical and contemporary references.
BANGERS & MASH
Rosé Canseco digs through dusty crates and the eclectic recesses of the web for cuts that take you on a journey dedicated to finding music from the broadest range of specific topics.
Saturdays 5 - 6 PM
Pile into the Blues Cadillac for a trip through the blues landscape. The itinerary includes stops in the Mississippi Delta out to the West Coast, down to Texas and N'Awlins, up to the Piedmont and across the pond. Hear the best of the past, present and future of the blues, the music from which all others originate.
Sundays 8 - 10 AM
CAT CASUAL'S HOTEL BOHEME
A place in the radio waves as an intersection of art and personalities; like the Chelsea Hotel or Beat Hotel- where music, the written word, film, visual art, and eccentric persons all share the same roof and commune. Punk, dada, folk, realism, comedy, autobiographical, political...
Mondays 2 - 5 PM
ClifTones seeks to highlight the connections that exist among the worlds of 20th century minimalism, electronica, jazz, post rock, avant garde composition, and experimental musics. More than fine for your drive time ride
Tuesdays 3 - 6 PM
Take a late night drive with CORINTHIAN LEATHER on WXOX every Wednesday at 1 AM. Let Andrew Killmeier navigate you through the Peel Session Catalog, local music, exclusive live recordings, soundtracks, psychedelia, and other landscapes of Noir.
Wednesdays @ Midnight
Shawn Hennessey, Tony B, & Zach
Tune in to Cutting Edges every Monday from 8-10pm. Enjoy a slice of psyche rock, freak folk, dirty blues and boogie boys. These dads play mostly vinyl records, naturally eclectic and unusual. Featuring tape time and buddy banter. It's always nice to see the cross section, so sharpen up.
Mondays 8 - 10 PM
THE DEAN'S LIST
In the 1980's and early 90's there existed a musical genre called 'college rock' that was made up all the odd, edgy, weird and wonderful stuff that was too good for corporate stations. This music found a home on college stations (usually late at night). This show is a love letter to late night college DJ's and the weird music that seemed to exist only on those low frequency airwaves. Hosted by Dr. Richard Hudson, the Dean of Student's at nearby Spalding University. Call your parents and tell them to send more money....you've made it onto 'The Dean's List' !
Mondays 11am - Noon
Amy Goodman & Juan Gonzalez
Democracy Now! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez. Democracy Now!’s War and Peace Report provides the audience with access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S.corporate-sponsored media, including independent and international journalists, ordinary people from around the world who are directly affected by U.S. foreign policy, grassroots leaders and peace activists, artists, academics and independent analysts.
Tuesdays 8-9 AM, Wednesdays 8 - 9 AM and 5-6 PM
THE DEEP END
The Deep End with host Joey Mudd, features an interesting mix of all Louisville and Kentucky related music from the 1950’s to the present day. The show occasionally has special guests, interviews, and live music from the ART FM studio. Jump into The Deep End every Wednesday night at 8 PM eastern.
Wednesdays 8 - 10 PM
Deep Shelves takes you on a listening safari though new ways of thinking about musical connections. Join host Joee Conroy every other Sunday from 11 am to noon right here on WXOX 97.1 on the FM dial
Alternating Sundays 11 AM - Noon
Joseph Hanna & Benjamin Heckel
Two musicianly men explore music and moods. With the focus on the eclectic, they touch upon new and familiar.
Thursdays 8 - 10 AM
DISCO DOMINANT / SOUL SUBMISSVE
John Penn Browning
Eclectic mix of disco, house, soul, funk, boogie, hip hop and more. Obscure to omnipresent and always inexplicable yet relatively relatable.
Thursdays 1 - 3 PM
THE DIVA HOUR
Carly & Cline
The Diva Hour with Carly & Cline, is a radio program dedicated to the incredible female singers that continually inspire and empower our lives with their voices. Ranging in genre from jazz to pop and spanning the decades from the 1920s to the present, Carly Johnson and Matt Cline will showcase a broad spectrum of music from the many ladies that have shared their incredible pipes with the world.
Fridays Noon - 1 PM
DRIFTLESS AFTERNOON TURMOIL
A chaotic tumble into a haphazard and irregular tank of sounds, including underground rock, noise, metal, crust, punk, hip-hop, forgotten pop, modern composition, Louisville music and other records recovered from the catacombs. Plus, occasional interviews and ideas about music, society, events, and other brass tacks from the American gloam and beyond.
Mondays 5 - 7 PM
EARLY MUSIC PARTY
Jaxon Lee Swain
Go back to your roots, for real! Explore the amazing world of Western Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque music through the brain hole of a self-educated rock & roller on this unique all-vinyl early music experience.
Tuesdays 2-3 PM
EAR TO EAR
Ear-to-Ear: radio as far as the ear can hear: world musics, including source recordings and diasporic detours, rural roots and rhythmic rhizomes, cross-cultural collaborations, global music of protest and resistance, of solidarity, love, and hope. Each program features a theme resonating locally or globally and amplifies it with international intensity.
Alternating Sundays 11 AM - Noon with Deep Shelves
Mike Elsherif & JohnBen Lacy
Film Fatale examines film as an art form both locally and nationally. The show features interviews with filmmakers, discussions of film aesthetics, and music from scores and soundtracks.
Saturdays 9 - 10 AM
Christopher Bush & Ben Zoeller
Home recording, regional studios, the private press, the sound library, tape, necessity, innovation, tunnel vision, discovery. Flanger Magazine is a chronicle of brave technique, idiosyncratic design, and an extended editorial on "going it alone."
Sundays 2 - 4 PM
FLY CLOSER TO THE SUN
Wednesdays 1 - 2 PM
Prof. L aka Selecta L
Reggae, Dub/Versions and UK Stepper . . . No genre of music is off limits.
Saturdays 10 AM - Noon
FREAK & SWING AND ROCK & ROLL
When you absolutely, positively, need to foment a little musical revolution, and other fun stuff overnight. Monday night/Tuesday morning from 1 AM (yes, AM) to 3 AM or so. Don Dean brings it and takes it back when the time is night.
Monday Night / Tuesday Morning 1 - 3 AM
A subjective take on the importance of melodies, motives, chord progressions, and sound texture. A constant search for familiar themes, patterns, repetitions and symmetry. An awareness of the historical, social and (pop)cultural context of compositions. Eventually, just a collection of songs discovered by means of Free Associations.
Tuesdays 9-10 PM
Heather Fox & Elizabeth Reilly
Sister Fox & Professor Reilly play garage, psychedelic, acid, prog, blues, folk, glam, metal, ROCK, and beyond... with frequent guests and themed shows. Expand your mind with FUZZBOX! Thursdays 6-8 PM.
Thursdays 6 - 8 PM
DJ Kim Sorise presents an afternoon of Italian Cinematic Sleaze, Mid-East Groovers, Brazilian Beats, and Other-worldly Jams both Foreign and Domestic on Global Grease. Tune in for your International Takeover every Saturday at 2pm on WXOX 97.1 FM and ARTxFM.com.
Saturdays 2 - 4 PM
The Gold Room
Late night radio show hosted by Jakey T. Jackson, baby you are on the list.
Sundays Midnight - 2AM
HUNDRED PROOF FOUNTAIN
Johanna Sims & Joel Deckard
Hundred Proof Fountain is keeping old sounds alive. Cajun, Kentucky old-time, songs of the sea, Irish, live performance, interviews and other timeless tunes pour forth and hearken back to a day of revelry long forgot. Yes. DJ Green Eyes and Captain Scratch provide historical context and psychodrama's for meditation.
Thursdays 4 - 6 PM
I AND EYE RADIO
Rmllw2llz and DJ DS
Moving together for a cause. 70s to 90s funk, soul and hip hop for the community to rally to!
Tuesdays 10 PM - Midnight
Life is comprised of patterns, themes, narratives, and relationships. Informed Consent gets your brain and body moving by exploring the same facets in music. Start your morning with songs, stories, and discussion designed to stimulate your hips, feet, and intellect.
Fridays 8 - 10 AM
An active listening session, emphasizing new music from the fringes of all genres.
Sundays 8 - 9 PM
INSIDE A QUESTION
“Inside A Question” is a show that explores the mysteries of the universe, one small idea at a time. Each episode focuses on a different set of questions that require your active participation-- yes, I’m talking to YOU-- to shed light on the answers. A truly interactive radio experiment. .
Wednesdays 6 - 7 PM
IN THE HOUSE
Marcus Jones & Elijah Lamppin
Asia Institute - Crane House brings Louisville's Asian communities to the scene with music, interviews and cultural programming. Marcus & Elijah bring Asian Pop Culture with Louisville flair to the listening audience. The program will also highlight upcoming events and programs in Louisville's Asian communities.
Thursdays 11 AM - Noon
IT'S ALWAYS SOMETHING
From Colonel Sanders to Sun Ra . . It's Always Something with DJ Selby.
Saturdays 10 'till when?
JUAN LEONE MUSIC HOUR
A collection of jazz, blues and gospel from the late 1950s to the early 1970s. This includes the beginnings of Free Jazz, the records produced by Impulse, ESP records and Columbia records. It also includes the discovery of some of the early blues masters and their work recorded during these same years. Finally, it includes the beginnings of the modern gospel revival.
Saturdays 8 - 9 AM
KMAC Radio employs the medium of radio as a vehicle for exploring art. Hosted by the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, the show weaves together visual art, music, and social ideas.
Mondays 10 - 11 am
THE KEENEY INVASION
Doug Keeney & Matty Ice
Prepare yourselves for an invasion of old school jams, classic rock, metal, alternative, punk, and other selections from DJ DK. Listen to him banter with his co-host Jordan about music, weather, and current events. Rock on Louisville!.
Tuesdays 1 - 2 PM
KEEP LOUISVILLE LITERARY
An in-depth look at literary culture in Louisville and surrounding regions. Specific questions and excerpt readings will bring listeners into intimate contact with each author and their work. Event and community organizers will discuss the time, love, and energy they give to Keep Louisville Literary.
Tuesdays 9 -10 AM
LADY JAM'S JUICE BOX
Spinning succulent treats to the most seductive beats in a diverse array of sound, Lady Jam will present beautiful chaos with a mix of tracks from Nick Cave to Annette Hanshaw. This is an invitation to juice up your world and nourish your brain with a healthy elixir of sounds.
Fridays 1 - 2 PM
LATITUNES AND LONGITUNES
John "Mudman" Murner
Throw a dart at the map or stop a spinning globe, ride a sound wave from your ears to the pitches which permeate through the people and places wherever the pin may be. Cartographer John “MudMan” Murner is your tour guide every Sunday to stimulate your sense of wonderlust with scintillating sounds surveying settlements scarcely seen and saluting the sanctuaries of rhythm that keep us all moving with a new geography each week.
Sundays 6 - 7 PM
A LITTLE BIT COUNTRY, A LITTLE BIT COUNTRY CLUB
Corralling various and sundry audio pleasures from classic honky-tonk, to top 40 pop, to obscure vinyl treasures, this virtual sonic barnyard considers the bray of the donkey equivalent to the song of the nightingale. From the swine to the sublime. And...like the host...its just a little bit country, and a little bit country club.
Mondays 8 - 10 AM
MARIANNE IN THE MORNING
Classically trained Vocalist, Preservation Advocate and Bourbon lover, Marianne Zickuhr starts your day with a discussion of the many facets of our culturally rich and artistically driven community. From music to preservation, theater to ballet and everything in between. Mornings with Marianne will keep you up to date on the upcoming events and not to miss performances in our community!
Weekday Mornings 7 - 8 AM
Adult Contemporary for Kids.
(Hang the locker from the Moon)
Mondays 11 PM - 1AM
Mingle is a weekly two-hour radio show hosted by Kevin Coultas devoted to directing listeners to music that references and reveres the past, but moves beyond it.
Tuesdays 6 - 8 PM
An auditory excursion to traditional and popular musics of the world that also explores each idiom's cultural context in order to better understand and appreciate the surprising complexity of "simple" music.
Wednesdays 3 - 4 PM
MUDDLE INSTEAD OF MUSIC
Avant-garde, new music, contemporary classical, utterly unbearable cacophony -- scrambling your brain and senses with the best in modern composition.
Tuesdays 11 AM - Noon
An audio collage of rhythm heavy tracks -- laced with psychedelic funk, trip-hop, experimental pop, future garage, drum & bass, synthwave & other electronic discoveries. Each transmission is explored with film samples, video games, spoken word, and lost cultural treasures.
Sundays 10 PM - Midnight
NIGHT TRAIN COCKTAIL LOUNGE
The lounge rides into the past, featuring music and lost sounds from the 1860s to the 1970s. The show follows the rails amid a mix of directions, including surf, soundtracks, garage, proto-punk, pop, No Wave, jazz, composed, blues, comedy, cylinder and 78 recordings, rock n roll, old country, field recordings from around the world and whatever is scratched onto warped vinyl hidden in the the bottom of those boxes tucked away in your grandmother's attic.
Mondays 7 - 8 PM
NOTES FROM UNDERGROUND
Hitting your tender bits with a brick. A full-throttle heterogeneous cyclone of eclectic aural vibrations. Tune in Mondays from Noon till 1 PM for your nerdy musical therapy with DJ Kimberly Sometimes.
Mondays Noon – 1 PM
A radio show that features a carefully curated collection of music spanning time, space and genres. Just music. No tricks.
Tuesdays 8 - 9 PM
OH MAN YES!
A show to encourage you to get out and listen. A weekly sampling of music shows being played in Louisville in support of local venues and musicians + New release Tuesday. All genres/All ages.
Tuesdays 11 AM - Noon
Composing a new playlist every week from her collection as a tribute to sound and expression. This show will play heavy bass music mixed by internationally known artists of the underground, including the contrast of groovy folk music and stories. The delivery of Kara's mixes draws parallels throughout the set, consisting of thought provoking vibration and lyrics.
Tuesdays @ Midnight
Jaxon Lee Swain
This just in- the weekend starts on Wednesday! Take it sleazy with Jaxon & co. as we fix up for a weeknight rage with a soundtrack of rock & roll, punk, garage, and glam from around the world.
Wednesdays 1O PM - Midnight
Keith Waits of Louisville Visual Art
PUBLIC is radio show that takes works of art chosen by community members and interprets it through music. PUBLIC is presented by the Louisville Visual Art Association, hosted by the staff of the LVAA on Louisville based radio station ART+FM.
Thursdays 10 - 11 AM
Leslie Millar, Ethan Buckler, & Michael Jones
Mix Tapes & Miscellania from 1982 and beyond.
Fridays 2 - 4 PM
RADIO PRESQUE RIEN
Every Monday at 10pm board the S.S. Syntonic Research and sail the seas on Radio Presque Rien with Aaron Rosenblum. Bringing you field recordings and soundscapes, and recording the world to play it back to itself.
Mondays 10 - 11 PM
McKinley Moore & Matt Dodds
From field recordings of birds to the dope rhyming of words. Barking dogs, falling drops, mushroom raps, and desert traps. From new wave to no wave to psychedelic echoes from beyond the grave. Crypto-disco-funk to basement apartment computer punk. Hitting you hard with the freshly spanked, the totally recalled. Feel it all, every Friday 6-8.
Fridays 6 - 8 PM
RIVER CITY RUMBLE
Brad White & Brian Gray
River City Rumble is a sonic turf war on the banks of the dirty Ohio river. Tune in Wednesdays from 7-8 for surf, psych, garage, punk and more with Brian Gray and Brad White.
Wednesdays 7 -8 PM
Blythe of the Ball
Wild guitars, Rock & roll, fuzzy garage, punk & soul, movers, shakers & girls galore, rockers, heartbreakers & a whole lot more...ROCK SEXY with Blythe of the Ball Thursdays 10-midnight.
Thursdays 10 PM - Midnight
Clayton Ray & Aron Conaway
Playing a blend of music seldom heard by the masses. Everything from punk to hip hop to free form jazz and whatever else may present itself, as well as trying to pay homage to all the great music that comes out of Louisville.
Saturdays 6 - 8 PM
Depart on a SAFARI as Johnny Anku takes you on a journey through the best music-old and new- from Africa through the diaspora. The weekly program is interspersed with politics, sports, culture and also provides behind the music information on Afrorock, Afrobeat, Afrojazz, High-life, Hip-life, Soukous, Zouk, Reggea, Calypso, etc.,etc.
Saturdays Noon - 2 PM
SIR BASIL OUTERNATIONAL
Sir Basil Bromley
Covering all aspects of Reggae music from ska roots to dub. Classic to contemporary.
Fridays 10 AM - Noon
THE SMALL HOURS
Kicking off the weekend every week as early as possible; The Small Hours unleashes the Funk! Long Jams and Extended Plays, Hitting it on The One and Dropping the Bass. Dance, Dance, Dance to Funk, Disco, House and Techno every Thursday night/Friday morning at Midnight til Morning! Let The Weekend Begin With Ethan AD and The Small Hours!
Thursdays @ Midnight
SOUL IN THE HOLE
DJ Kim Sorise presents Louisville's only all 45RPM Soul Spectacular! Enjoy Soul-tastic Saturday Sounds with mid-tempo groovers, soul senders, and funky floor shakers. All on vintage vinyl and at 45 revolutions per minute! It's your Saturday afternoon dance party from 4 to 5 pm. Check out, Soul in the Hole with DJ Kim Sorise on WXOX 97.1 FM.
Saturday 4-5 PM
SOUNDS BELOW SEA LEVEL
Join Johnny Siegel as he feasts on the eclectic gumbo that is New Orleans music. All genres are on the menu, from the Jazz,r&b & funk that made the Crescent City famous to contemporary rock,pop, hip hop & more. Wednesday's 11am to 1pm, it's Sounds Below Sea Level
Wednesdays Noon - 1 PM
A weekly sonic adventure. Branching off with electronic, experimental, and everything in between from all four corners of the world.
Sundays 7 - 8 PM
SQUARE ONE RADIO
Square One Radio is Louisville's own all Hip Hop radio show.
Thursdays 8 - 10 PM
Spectrum of Sounds
Sundays Noon - 2 PM
The Students of St. Matthews Elementary.
A partnership between ARTxFM and Jefferson County Schools, Tiger Transmissions amplifies the talents of Kindergarten though 5th Grade students for the entire world to hear. During the school year, recordings are made of St. Matthews Elementary students performing songs from their musicals and discussing their experiences on stage. Directed by Derek Siebert.
VERSION SMITH SELECTS
Dubs, proto-dubs, dub derivatives, dub congruencies. Version Smith selects an evening of stripped down, rhythm heavy, effects and electronics driven music.
Fridays 8 - 10 PM
VOICES OF THE FILSON
Aaron Rosenblum & Scott Scarboro
Voices of the Filson brings Kentucky and Ohio Valley history to life, telling fascinating stories of our shared past through interviews, behind-the-scenes access to to the archives, and information on local history events and programming.
Wednesdays 9 - 10 AM
THE WAYFARER WAY
Colonel Crates & Ethan A.D.
The Wayfarer Way serves to research, discuss, and distort the world of music technology. Innovators, trend setters, and technological developments of the past, present, and future are manipulated as a means of freeing our minds from our bodies with musical expression. Join producer Colonel Crates, and an ensemble of computer generated personalities in a new and interesting head-space for radio.
Fridays 4 - 6 PM
Mark Wallis & Mark Farrell
Fuzzy nostalgia meets jangly discovery, wrapped in a bow.
Fridays 10 PM - Midnight
THE WIZARD'S LOUNGE
Deep beneath the studios of ARTxFM we have specialized, ultra hi-fidelity, stereophonic, and frankly, esoteric equipment that allows us to monitor dreams, nightmares and reveries to create the perfect midnight soundtrack. Fall deep down the rabbit-hole with Docktor Dave, Friday nights, midnight to 2am.
Fridays @ Midnight
Header photograph by John Papanek
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