The Shuffle

The Shuffle features music from around the world and across the ages. Everything from Jazz to Punk, New Age to New Wave, Classical to Comedy, Host Todd Gross plows through it all. Call it Creative Chaos. Music you know. Music you don’t know. And music you only THINK you know.

Tune in every Wednesday from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. to join in on the musical shuffle! For more information visit www.theshuffle.org.

The Lacking Organization

The best music you've never heard from Julius Lacking. The Lacking Organization is a non-markovian permutation of musical selections, arranged in a haphazard fashion for minimal stylistic overlap. Your mileage may vary. It plays on Tuesday nights from 10 p.m. to Midnight.

The Big Surf Show on WFIT

The Big Surf Show is a rockin' way to start your Saturday!

Tech Nation

Tech Nation is a weekly public radio program, hosted by Dr. Moira Gunn. Founded in 1993, it has grown from a simple interview show to a multi-faceted production, featuring conversations with noted technology and science leaders, and a weekly science and technology-related commentary.

Stray Cat Lounge

The Stray Cat Lounge is a live 2 hour eclectic music mix of "spacey" future beats injected with rock 'n roll energy and a funky soulful vibe. The Stray Cat Lounge features planetary legends and indies crashing big and small in a galaxy that goes far beyond the Space Coast.

Pack your spaceship and park it - Sundays 1:00 p.m. - 3 p.m. ET.

Sound Waves

Since January of 2006, radio listeners on the Space Coast have been enjoying Todd Kennedy’s great music selection on Sound Waves. The show carries a lively mix of contemporary music, independent labels and rock classics. Sound Waves is also one of the few programs on the Space Coast that features live, in-studio sessions and interviews with local and national bands.

Enjoy Sound Waves, your source for new and independent music, online or on your dial at 89.5FM, Melbourne, FL.

Saturday Blues

Every week on Saturday Blues you will hear blues songs from the 1930s to yesterday! The show always starts with “Good Times” by Aretha Franklin followed by church music or Gospel songs. All the original blues singers came from the church in one way or another, good or bad. 

As Muddy Waters once said, "You get a heck of a sound from the church. Can't you hear it in my voice?"  Although it's not blues, the show always finishes with Van Morrison because he loves the blues; and hosts Brother Frank and Father Jay enjoy listening to him. In between, there will be some Robert Johnson, delta and acoustic blues, electric blues, and horns.  The whole gamut including a few surprises!

 

On The Latin Side

Broadcast on Wednesdays from 10:00 p.m. to midnight, On the Latin Side features a great selection of music reflecting the cultures of Central and South America, the Caribbean and Spain. From Latin Jazz and popular dance styles, to traditional and contemporary performances from established and emerging artists. 

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