Our regular rotation sound blocks take up most of the daytime broadcast hours and generally involve a specific musical genre (or mix of genres). These shows can be hosted by any WREK staff member and vary from day to day.
Check out our archives to find anything from the past two weeks.
Ambient, drone; spaced-out textures for deep meditation.
A 4.5-hour deconstruction of music and sound. During Overnight Alternatives we play anything and everything, but with an emphasis on the experimental: noise, avant-garde jazz, free improvisation, industrial, power electronics… In other words, the most extreme music on the radio.
WREK’s classical music rotation. You can expect to hear music from the full historical spectrum of the Western art tradition, from the pre-Common Practice era through today’s most innovative composers. A refreshing alternative to classical programming on other non-commercial stations.
The name says it all: traditional jazz, modern jazz, hot jazz, cool jazz, free jazz, unfree jazz, jazz fusion, jazz fission.
Blue Plate Special
A weekday dose of our Weekend Cornucopia format.
Rock, Rhythm, and Roll
WREK’s interpretation of the standard “college rock” format, featuring quality, diverse music from a number of genres from the rock and roll tradition: rock, blues, hip-hop, R&B, reggae, dub, indie, punk, metal, IDM, electro, and more.
A weekend full of diverse music from all over the world: folk and indigenous (“world”) musics, bluegrass/country, blues, reggae, jazz, classical, and plenty of music that’s simply unclassifiable.
Syndicated shows such as 51 Percent, Network Europe, and Alternative Radio.