Celebrate DILLA Day with CJAM!

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Tune in for special programming tonight as we celebrate the life and legacy of hip hop’s greatest producer, the one and only J Dilla. Starting at 8pm we dig through the master’s catalogue and feature interviews with friends and contemporaries. 8pm-9pm: DJ ME of Productive Confusion delves in ‘Donuts’ and features a bunch of great […]

CJAM TOP 30!!! Febraury 2nd – 8th // 2015!

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* – Indicates Canadian Content 1 THE GOLDEN DOGS* – 3 1/2 (Self-Released) 2 THE HIGH DIALS* – In The A.M. Wilds (Self-Released) 3 AUTORICKSHAW* – The Humours of Autorickshaw (Self-Released) 4 WHITEHORSE* – Leave No Bridge Unburned (Six Shooter) 5 DEAN DROUILLARD* – UFO Houses (Backward Music) 6 HAIL MARY MALLON – Bestiary (Rhymesayers) […]

Serbia on Sunday and Zeljko Bebek in the Radio History of Yugoslav Rock Music

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In a series of interviews on the 40th anniversary of the release of their first album, the largest Yugoslav groups of all time “Bijelo Dugme’s” lead singer from the first 10 years of the group will be a special guest on Serbia Sunday. Zeljko Bebek from Zagreb, Croatia, on Serbia Sunday, Sunday February 8 at […]

Rock & Roll Music: Revolution Rock Celebrates Black History Month

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As with every February, Revolution Rock celebrates Black History Month. This year the program will delve into genres that are not always played on the program such as jazz, reggae, funk, blues, R&B, as well as a mix of some garage and everything in between. Join Dave Konstantino and co-host Adam Peltier this Saturday (Feb. […]

Freedom Principle Black History Month Special: Detroit’s 1950’s Roots of Soul

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With respect to February’s Black History Month, The Freedom Principle will present four programs of musical genres borne from diverse origins. In doing so, we continue a tradition here at CJAM of recognizing the contributions to the arts of peoples from the African diaspora, experiences which impact and help define our global culture. The first […]

The Blues Influence on Contemporary Music – The Judy Adams Program February Specials

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The musical form known as “the blues” is at the root of most musical styles created during the 20th century. Its influence is so pervasive that elements of it can be heard in virtually all styles including country, bluegrass, classical and techno. It is also a foundational ingredient in R&B, rock, and jazz. The blues […]

Sylvio & Soul Black History Month Special

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Today’s episode of Sylvio & Soul will kick off black history month with a focus on the music of the civil rights movement and African American history in the latter half of the 20th century. Tune in and listen to some passionate music by artists including Solomon Burke, Sly & the Family Stone, and The […]

Tune into The Great Show of Indifference “Super Heavy Billy Idol” Wed. at 10:30 am and Friday at 2:30 pm

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Tune into The Great Show of Indifference for the special “Super Heavy Billy Idol” edition this Wednesday at 10:30 am and Friday at 2:30 pm. With Idol checking into Detroit for his Friday gig at The Fillmore, DJ Vernon Smith will dig deep into the Idol catalogue for rarities, b-sides, soundtrack numbers, commercial failures, or […]

CJAM SINGLES CLUB!: Top 3 January Singles!

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Congrats to our first top charting Singles Club Artists! 1. The Lovliest Skies – My Brain Is Melting  Nerves by The Loveliest Skies 2. The Hypnotics – Guess I’m Falling In Love   3. Oceanographer – Olive Skin  

CJAM TOP 30!!! January 26th – February 2nd // 2015!

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* – Indicates Canadian Content 1 VIET CONG* – Viet Cong (Flemish Eye) 2 SISKIYOU* – Nervous (Constellation) 3 ARIEL PINK – pom pom (4AD) 4 SWAMP THING* – Outer Limits (Urbnet) 5 DIE MANNEQUIN* – Neon Zero (eOne Music (E1)) 6 AQUADOLLS – Stoked On You (Burger) 7 GUITAR ARMY* – Going to Detroit […]

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