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Mo'Jam Mondays

Seattle's biggest music jam session, recorded live at the Nectar Lounge in Fremont.


D-Money breaks hip hop & r&b that meets the fresh dope standard weekly on #FreshJuice, featuring an album review, a news segment where a current event is debated with Sage Prince, an interview framed as a game show entitled #WHAT?, and a concert update for the Seattle area by our #FreshJuice concert goer Jazzy Redd. Follow D on Twitter and Facebook at @DMoneyJuice and send all submissions and requests to

Just My Opinion

Primarily an open-genre, open-era music show centered around R&B and hip-hop, with music from multiple genres sprinkled in. Also political and social analytical commentary provided by Sage. After all, it's Just My Opinion.
"I Believe music is without time but can act as a time machine, transporting one through the different periods of our lives. As well as providing an oral history of the times before us." -- Sage

Sergio Lacour's

Love Lines

2 hour Request and Dedication show focusing on relationships through Love songs & R&B Slow jams from the 70s-now. Listeners can call in and dedicate songs to their loved ones.

Jazz From

the Cabinets

Kevin Callahan aka Big Poppy lives in Seattle and loves listening to and discovering music. Kevin enjoys most all types of music from classical to rock, blues to hip-hop, and electronica to world cultures. Jazz, however, is Big Poppy's first love. From the early 20th century through today, Big Poppy shares his eclectic jazz collection with listeners on his weekly show.

Soul Party

Soul Party will play not only the soul hits, but those deep album cuts that maaaaaaybe got a little airplay but were mainly turntable hits. Not just talking your Aretha Franklins and Otis Reddings, but also your Patti Drew, Marlena Shaw, Roy Ayers, Rose Royce, Parliament AND the Funkadelics. Stay tuned to hear some of the horn driven, kickdrum thumpin' funk junky bands right here in Seattle to show off smack dab in the middle of Motown gold and Philly International soul.

Star Time

Paul Pearson plays R&B, Soul, Blues, Soul Jazz, Funk, Progressive Soul, and more from the 1950's through the 1980's. Some songs you may know, some that may have fallen through the cracks that will become your new favorites.

The Reggae Hour

DJ Naphtali was one of the longest running DJs at KCMU (now KEXP) and has appeared on Selecta Grow on KBCS and on KSER. He currently performs with the group Dub Lounge.‌

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Toasted Jams

Jon Adams will guide you through the latest genre-stretching experiences of the jam band and funk scene where you will hear the freshest sounds improvisation  has to offer.  We focus on current improvisational music, touring highlights and key jams on this day in history.

SeaMonster Radio

Devoted to showcasing music of the many talented musicians who make up the thriving community of the Seattle music venue Sea Monster Lounge.​

206 Zulu

by DJ Zeta

Socially conscious hip-hop, news and community affairs.


Bunker brings the best of Spanish-speaking music: Like rock, alternative rock, rock and roll, ska and all Hispanic flavor. Every week, there's a new topic to talk about and tons of great music. For a request or just to share a good experience you can follow him at @BunkerGT‌ Instagram, Snapchat, strategy game.Or to share the recipe of your favorite home dish,do it at

Afro Tusk

Music from or inspired by the diverse sounds of Africa - both new and old. Blended cuts with minimal interruption.

#TrafficJam &

Ultimate Music Mix

DJ Spindoctor (Mike Joyce on Fridays)

GoodLife Radio

A captivating mix of Soulful House, Jazzy Funk, Disco and World music coined "Modern Classics," plus Instrumental works from 70’s – 80’s.

Word on the Street

Discovering and celebrating the culture of the Seattle music scene. Podcasting weekly since 2014.

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