Playlist: Episode #829, March 22, 2020

Due to essential self-isolation measures, we’ll be pre-recording for the foreseeable future. We’ll keep bringing you new content to keep you entertained and connected at this difficult time. This week, the new music is drying up because new releases are … Continue reading

Playlist: Episode #827, March 8, 2020 – Girls Play Guys

It’s International Women’s Day, and we’re celebrating with an all-female show today! We’re playing a game of Girls Play Boys, where female artists cover songs written and made famous by males, and show them how the songs should really be … Continue reading

Playlist: Episode #825, February 23, 2020

A whole lot of great new and new-to-me music today, alongside some fine requests and a little bit of political rabble-rousing. Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB=Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg artist Blackie and the Rodeo … Continue reading

Playlist: Episode #824, February 16, 2020

A couple of amazing concerts this week have us reflecting off the top, before venturing into some requests and a whole lot of amazing new music! Artist – Song Title – Album Title – CDN=Canadian – MB=Manitoba Artist – WPG=Winnipeg … Continue reading

Playlist: Episode #823, February 9, 2020 w/Sean Burns

A few requests break up a show almost entirely devoted to exciting upcoming concerts. Sean Burns drops in to chat about his upcoming release show for his new album and CKUW FunDrive, which started this weekend. Artist – Song Title … Continue reading

Playlist: Episode #822, February 2, 2020

An impressive amount of great local music made it on air today as we celebrated Juno nominations, concerts past and present, mourned the apparent loss of our house band, dove into some great new music, and more! Artist – Song … Continue reading

Playlist: Episode #820, January 19, 2020

We’re starting to see some new music and some great upcoming shows after the Christmas break, and we’ve got some eagerly anticipated new music to share and a few shows to chat about. Unfortunately, we lost one of the world’s … Continue reading