Friday, 25 February 2011

Kamloops CFBX 92.5 top 30 list for Feb 25 2011

1) Rural Alberta Advantage* - Departing (Paper Bag)
2) Les Jupes* - Modern Myths (Head in the Sand)
3) Chikita Violenta - Tre3s (Arts and Crafts)
4) Friends Electric* - External Feelings (Independent)
5) The Decemberists - The King is Dead (Capitol)
6) Brazilian Money* - Friendly Neighbour EP (Independent)
7) Garth Hudson/Various Artists* - A Canadian Celebration of the Band (Sony)
8) Olympic Symphonium* - The City Won't Have Time to Fight (Forward)
9) Prince Perry and the Gladtones* - Whatever You Can Get Away With EP (Winterbeard)
10) My Dad vs. Yours* - Little Symphonies (Independent)
11) Living Illusion* - Suffering (Independent)
12) Porkbelly Futures* - The Crooked Road (Cordova Bay)
13) Oren Barter** - Written All Over Me (Independent)
14) Laura Peek* - Key (Just Friends)
15) Josh Taerk* - Never Look Back (Independent)
16) 22nd Century* - Where's Howie? (Bugnut)
17) Braids* - Native Speaker (Flemish Eye)
18) Social Distortion - Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes (Epitaph)
19) A.S.H.** - No Looking Back (Independent)
20) Gonjasufi - The Caliph's Tea Party (Warp)
21) Esben and the Witch - Violet Cries (Matador)
22) Iron and Wine - Kiss Each Other Clean (Warner)
23) Shaun Murphy - Trouble with Lovin' (Serenity Hill)
24) Samiam - Orphan Works (No Idea)
25) Black Mastiff* - Black Mastiff EP (Independent)
26) The Concerns of Royalty* - The Concerns of Royalty (Independent)
27) Alicia Hansen* - Fractography (Independent)
28) Money in the Banana Stand* - There's Always... (Bird Law)
29) Kate and Anna McGarrigle* - Odditties (Querbservice)
30) Odel* - Redemption (Ohm Grown)

Wednesday, 23 February 2011

A list of Vancouver FM radio stations

89.3 fm Vancouver Tourist Radio

90.1 fm - CJSF broadcasts from Simon Fraser University

90.9 fm - CBUX is a French language station that carries Radio-Canada's Espace Musique network in Vancouver. Programs focus on classical, jazz, world and Francophone music.

93.1 fm - CKYE broadcasts ethnic music and talk radio, the majority of which is heard in Hindi and Punjabi. Topics range from world news and social issues to popular culture. Includes some English, Serbian, Hungarian and Polish programming.

93.7 fm - JR-FM is Vancouver's station for current country hits. Play lists include artists such as Garth Brooks, the Dixie Chicks and Tim McGraw.

94.5 fm - The Beat is a one-time urban and R&B station that now leans towards current Top 40 pop hits.

95.3 fm - Z-95 - Virgin Radio features an Adult Top 40 format that includes artists such as Christina Aguilera, Pink, Nickelback, Black Eyed Peas and Green Day.

96.1 fm - CHKG is a multicultural station that broadcasts multilingual programming focusing on a wide variety of cultures, primarily Chinese

96.9 fm - Jack FM plays a variety of rock and pop hits, mostly from the seventies, eighties and nineties, along with some more current selections.

97.7 fm - CBUF is French language station that broadcasts the programming of Radio-Canada's La Premiere Chaine news and information network in Vancouver.

99.3 fm - The Fox is currently the only place on the dial for modern and alternative rock, along with harder classic rock and metal. There are also shows focusing on punk and independent music.

100.5 fm - The Peak: World Class Rock

101.1 fm - Rock 101 is Vancouver's classic rock station and home of the popular Bro Jake Show, heard weekday mornings.

101.9 fm - CiTR Broadcasting from the University of British Columbia and operated by students and community volunteers, offers an eclectic selection of music, news, arts and sports programming.

102.7 fm - CO-OP is a community radio station established in 1975 by Vancouver activist groups. It broadcasts public affairs, a wide variety of music, social and cultural content, as well as multilingual programming.

103.5 fm - QMFM plays an assortment of soft rock and pop favorites by artists such as Elton John, Madonna, Sarah McLachlan and Santana.
104.3 fm - Shore104 plays roots, rock and rhythm with an emphasis on new, emerging and Canadian. No station in a box here, Shore104 was built from the ground up and has a playlist 4 times that of most Canadian stations. Try it out.

104.9 fm - 104.9 fm Greatest Hits of All Time.

Friday, 18 February 2011

Kamloops CFBX FM 92.5 top 30 list for Feb 18

1) ½ a Quorum** - Motion Carried (Independent)
2) Al Brant* - Wide Open (Independent)
3) Les Jupes* - Modern Myths (Head in the Sand)
4) Lynn Jackson* - Coming Down (Busted Flat)
5) The Weirdies* - Volatile (Independent)
6) Ryan Van Belleghem* - Another Man (Independent)
7) Garth Hudson/Various Artists* - A Canadian Celebration of the Band (Sony)
8) T-Model Ford - Taledragger (Alive Natural)
9) !!! - Strange Weather, Isn't It? (Warp)
10) Michael Rault* - Ma-Me-O (Pirates Blend)
11) Rebel Emergency* - Love Ain't Free (Independent)
12) Afrocubism - Afrocubism (Nonesuch)
13) Bill Bourne* - Radio Free Dance Band (Twelve Point)
14) Oren Barter** - Written All Over Me (Independent)
15) Laura Peek* - Key (Just Friends)
16) Samiam - Orphan Works (No Idea)
17) Zoey Wren* - Make Me a River (Wren)
18) Jenn Grant* - Honeymoon Punch (Six Shooter)
19) The Decemberists - The King is Dead (Capitol)
20) Braids* - Native Speaker (Flemish Eye)
21) Huey Lewis and the News - Soulsville (W.O.W.)
22) Brazilian Money* - Friendly Neighbour EP (Independent)
23) Gerry Hebert Quartet* - The Beatniq Sessions Vol. 3 (Plunge)
24) The Love Machine* - Sweater Weather (45 Records)
25) Secret Sisters - Secret Sisters (Beladroit)
26) Phantohms* - Pon Arrival (Independent)
27) Dog Day* - Concentration (Outside)
28) This Girl, That Boy* - Golden (Independent)
29) Josh Taerk* - Never Look Back (Independent)
30) The Nailheads* - People Killing People (Independent)