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Rock Mix

9:00 am 1:00 pm

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Sunday

Late Night Mixup

12:00amSunday

12:00amSunday

a weekly collaboration between DJ S13GAL & dj a3  

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Rock Mix

1:00amSunday

1:00amSunday

Downtown Radio’s rock mix is an eclectic, carefully curated amalgam of deep cuts and minor hits spanning the entire spectrum of rock music—from the '50s to now.

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Little Leaf Radio

7:00amSunday

7:00amSunday

Rocking old, new, and everything in-between! Start your morning with music for the whole gang to rise up to and play!

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the art of easing

9:00amSunday

9:00amSunday

a lush and gently bubbling cauldron of rhythm n' blues gumbo seasoned to taste with influences and cultures from across the astral plane on an endless search for the perfect recipe...     the art of easing...is a mellow mix of rhythm n' blues, jazz, chill electronica, rocksteady, lounge, latin, exotica, instrumental music and music from around the world simmered down through the headphones of an old school beat head...yours truly, dj ben(k) the musical bum...get on in and cruise with me through the eclectic soundscapes drifting about in the dusty crates of my mind...

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Life Along the Streetcar

11:00amSunday

11:00amSunday

A weekly look at social, cultural and economic topics impacting the lives of those who live, work and or play in Tucson’s urban core, hosted by Tom Heath. Our geographical focus is from “A” Mountain to U of A — and all stops in between. Our mission is to engage the community in conversation about past, present and future issues which affect us differently and shape us collectively.

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Words & Work

11:30amSunday

11:30amSunday

Writing is work and Ted Prezelski, local member of the National Writers Union, takes time every week to interview local writers as well as labor leaders. We've got a fantastic writing scene in Tucson as well as an active and thriving labor movement and Downtown Radio wants you to learn about both. Ted Prezelski is a native Tucsonan, activist and an award-winning writer. But, never mind that, he’s also a long-time watcher of Tucson’s music scene and his taste dabbles in the complete spectrum of rock and roll. You can tune in to the Pocho Hetman (yes, you’ll have to google both of those words) on Wednesday afternoons, 3-5pm.

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Heavy Mental

12:00pmSunday

12:00pmSunday

Heavy Mental is a radio program that discusses mental health not just with statistics, but also from a real and honest perspective from someone with first-hand experience and insight. Ty Logan provides personal commentary and interviews guests from the community that are either professionals in the behavioral health field or have lived experience in mental health themselves. Ty Logan is daddy to a 5-year-old boy named Dylan, often referred to on live radio as “Didden.” He is also a tattooed horror movie and Hip-Hop expert and junkie, an action figure and gym addict, and a writer who never made it big. With 10 years of sobriety, Ty is the Recovery Support Specialist Manager at the Crisis Response Center (CRC) where he leads a team of 16 members with lived experience in mental health who serve individuals struggling with mental illness, substance abuse, trauma, and/or all of the above. He also is the editor of the CRC monthly newsletter and volunteers his time to a school for kids/teens with special needs.

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SpeakerBox X

1:00pmSunday

1:00pmSunday

SpeakerBox X (SBX) was born out of love for underground hip hop. The letter X is commonly used to represent unknown circumstances and that is what SBX strives to deliver: hip hop that is unknown and unpredictable. SBX seeks to spread awareness about the origins of hip hop and how it has evolved, as well as dispel negative viewpoints of the genre that have been perpetuated by mainstream culture and media. It is the goal of SpeakerBox X to showcase songs that are socially conscious, radical and moving that you won’t hear on corporate radio or see on the Billboard charts. SBX also seeks to promote Tucson emcees, DJs, producers, breakers and graffiti artists and place the city on the map for pioneering the next elevation of hip hop in the nation and worldwide. Visit our Facebook page for information on local hip hop music, artists and events.

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Rock Mix

3:00pmSunday

3:00pmSunday

Downtown Radio’s rock mix is an eclectic, carefully curated amalgam of deep cuts and minor hits spanning the entire spectrum of rock music—from the '50s to now.

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OLMEC Underground

5:00pmSunday

5:00pmSunday

DJ T-Roy is a Tico from Limon, Costa Rica who grew up in New York and New Jersey and lived entirely on the East coast until relocating to the desert Southwest in 2007. Like the journey of the Olmecs, this show will introduce you to some of the very drumbeats and rhythms being played along their journeys from Africa to the Americas. Expect to hear a non-stop soulful house music mix featuring African, Caribbean, and Latin influences. Please join this magical ride—and remember to bring your dancing shoes!

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Animusic

7:00pmSunday

7:00pmSunday

Animusic is about celebrating great anime songs and awesome J-rock bands! From punk and ska to heavy metal, great Japanese artists inspire us through animated stories all generations love. Kaju's name is Carmen, but everyone has called her Kaju since middle school, around the time she discovered anime shows on TV and was suddenly singing all anime openings and endings. In high school she found more music and Japanese bands online and that’s when she knew she needed more. Now here we are listening to not just anime songs, but the best J-rock Kaju can find.

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Rock Mix

9:00pmSunday

9:00pmSunday

Downtown Radio’s rock mix is an eclectic, carefully curated amalgam of deep cuts and minor hits spanning the entire spectrum of rock music—from the '50s to now.

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Rock Mix

11:00pmSunday

11:00pmSunday

Downtown Radio’s rock mix is an eclectic, carefully curated amalgam of deep cuts and minor hits spanning the entire spectrum of rock music—from the '50s to now.

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