"Green Beans, Mushroom Soup, & Strawberry Ice Cream" with Marc Gladstone
It's called Green Beans, Mushroom Soup & Strawberry Ice Cream. What the hell does that even mean!? It means I can play whatever the f..k I want to... just like radio used to do when it was real. Before it was all politics. When it wasn't owned by record companies who forced it to do their bidding. Real radio. Tune in Sunday nights 9PM Pacific to find out more...
Saturday 9PM Slip into the Fray wants to be your dirty little secret. The show is rated R and is hosted by Lyric from the Vancouver rock band HEAD. Lyric's naughty hour each week has a sexy theme and mixes rock music with steamy sex talk. Lyric welcomes special guests and a segment called "Rant of the Week" by co-host Fingers, is a commentary on things that piss him off in the city. Lyric says what she wants to say and plays what she wants to play. Warning...explicit content. This show is for lovers of sex and rock
18+ Open up your mind and leave your inhibitions behind. @LYRIC_HEADmusic thanks for the warning
Make a Scene, hosted by Vancouver musician Cherelle Jardine . Make a Scene wants you, the music lover to go out and support our musicians. It’s that simple. Join Cherelle each Tuesday night at 8 pm and together you will explore what’s happening musically in beautiful city Vancouver and beyond, focusing on BC. Interviews, indie music, band dates ... Cherelle digs deep. Cherelle is quoted as saying, "Make a Scene started out with my husband Marc Gladstone and I lamenting about the state of the music scene in Vancouver, how hard it is to get people out of their homes and into the venues. So we started a Facebook page. We didn’t add people to the page, we sent private messages, telling people what we were aiming to do … revitalizing the live music scene, you know, when you build it, they will come. Within no time people started joining the page and promoting their shows. Make a Scene then morphed into this radio show". Join Make a Scene, on facebook. You can find it by searching @makeascenebc. Promote your shows, review a show, get out of the house and listen to some live music. To be on Make a Scene, please contact Cherelle email@example.com
"Artist Showcase Series" hosted by: Thomas Greco
Hi I'm Thomas Greco and I'm the host of Pacific Northwest Radio's "Artist Showcase Series". My show will revolve around musical artists and bands, their songs and all the interesting things you need to know about them! We'll touch on songwriting and expose their great talents to all of you listeners out there! This is going to be a fun and informative forum bringing all this great talent to you my listeners in an entertaining and casual way! So do tune in, you'll be glad you did! Big love!! Thomas.
“The Sports Rant With GRANT”
PNWR LISTENERS: We have a BRAND new show here at Pacific Northwest Radio; The Sports Rant with Grant, featuring host, Dylan Grant. Tune in and hear him and his sports rants every Thursday night at 8pm Pacific Standard Time. Every Thursday 8PM.
“Behind The Console” with Dave Slote
This is a show about Music. Hosted by Dave at The Grassy Knoll Studio, literally “Behind the Console”, we discuss with guests everything from childhood influences to that ahah moment when music became a career. Notable accomplishments and current projects from the perspective of the Studio experience. We’ll talk about the recording industry, the recording process and the history behind it all. Also Musical segments from the guest’s or the host’s perspective. Join us for in depth real discussions, stories and (of course!) Music. Tuesdays @ 9PM
"Max Power and the Tin Foil Hat"
Tin Foil Hat with Max. Power delving into the deep and murky waters of conspiracies, old and new. Trying to make sense of impossibilities, man-made, or other. Join us as we plunge into the myriad of bottomless rabbit holes of events that have baffled humanity.-- Friday Nights at 11.
“Above The Noise.”I am Aaron Bethune
The purpose of these podcasts is to find out what it takes to permeate to the top. With the physical ability to listen to only 5% (and that’s if we spend 24-7 without breaks) of new music released every week (thanks to Jay Frank for this stat) it is clear that the true task is to be “Heard Above The Noise.” These interviews are with the people behind the music, the people behind the business of this industry and with experts in other industries that can share an insightful and fresh perspective. Here you will find conversations with musicians, composers, marketing and branding gurus, social media experts, radio promoters, labels, managers, industry leaders, thought provokers, social scientists, and music futurists! Knowledge is a powerful tool. Broadcast every Wednesday evening at 9PM Pacific
"Sleeping Bag Studios Podcast" with Jeremy Gladstone
Thursday 9PM Pacific.The SBS Podcast is dedicated to recognizing the incredible talent spread far & wide throughout the independent music-scene.Specializing in bringing you the future stars of today & tomorrow by playing current tracks from the latest releases as well as songs from a continually growing catalog of amazing tunes, the show is hosted by Jer @ SBS from sleepingbagstudios in Ottawa, ON.From talking about music to playing it loud’n’proud – the SBS Podcast celebrates the many successes of the independents out there…and every once in a while, even attempts to make a relevant point or two along the way.
"The BWJ Show"
Where we talk about everyting and anyting that life throws at ya. Check your coconut juice and make sure it’s right, We are Here! Tune in to PNWR and request BWJ on the request page.
"Music Makers and Soul Shakers" with Steve Dawson
"Music Makers and Soul Shakers" is a podcast developed by producer/guitarist Steve Dawson that focuses on and profiles musicians, producers and managers that have created excellent music. With long-form conversational interviews interspersed with musical samples, you'll learn about the lives behind some of the greatest music ever made, and what makes these artists tick. Dial in Friday 9PM Pacific.
"Pacific Northwests Indigenous Hour" By Wayne Lavallee
From a home base of acoustic folk roots, award winning Wayne Lavallee roams from blues to rock to Native chanting with a sense of artistic freedom that transcends easy classification, leaving one with the distinct sensation that they’ve just crossed paths with an unusual singer-songwriter. This hour will showcase Aboriginal music and give us an in depth look at the artists played.
"Hired Guns" brought to you by: Dylan Weightman
On 'Hired Guns' I’ll be profiling a new session musician every episode. We’ll hear recordings they’ve played on, artists they play live with, and songs that inspired them to do what they do. We’re talking about the top guitarists, bass players, drummers, and keyboard players from all over the Pacific NorthWest.