Below is a list of our currently-running programs. You’ll find short descriptions and links to the shows’ Mixcloud archives

The Auditorium radio show, Tuesdays 9-10 p.m. on Radio 614

The Auditorium with Matt Hazelbaker, Tuesdays, 9 p.m. An all vinyl odyssey into the depths of sound. Listen to archived shows at Matt’s Mixcloud.

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beaTreats with Dave Barnes, Fridays, 7 p.m. Spinning an hour of trance, dance, progressive, and technopop. Listen to archived shows at Dave’s Mixcloud.

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Big Soft Punch with Matt Benz, Tuesdays, 8 p.m. A hour of musical wandering. No plot, no path, just going wherever the songs take us. All kinds of rock and pop, mostly, Indie, alternative, garage, etc., plus also too whatever old stuff fits in.

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The Carport Lounge with Matt Benz, 3rd Fridays, 8 p.m. Instant Dance Party featuring a whole lotta soul, R&B, etc. Listen to archived shows at Matt Benz’s Mixcloud.

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Cultural Popcorn, with English Bob, Doc Noodle, Steve from Old Man Soul Club & Silly McWiggles, Sundays, 2 p.m. Eclectic themed 2hr show playing music old, new, borrowed, blue and obscure cuts from around the world. Features 4 rotating hosts from 4 different countries. Listen to archived shows at the Cultural Popcorn Mixcloud.

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Get On Up!, daily, 9 a.m. Three hours of local, regional, and local-adjacent music.

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Human Interviews with Cole G. – The interviewees are of different age, place, race, background, religion, belief, and experience – all answering the same existential questions about self, time, love, death, perception, and other things that bring wonder to me. Mostly unanswerable things.

When aired on the radio, the interviews include a favorite song or two of the participants or mine. The purpose of the project is not to find answers, but to ask the questions and to share other people’s perspectives since I believe listening to different ideas and imagining new ways of being is important for humanity.

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New Music Download with Rich James. Thursdays, 7 p.m. Open your ears and fill them with The New Music Download, a musical bazaar where the unknown meets the cutting-edge. We spin fresh tracks from mostly independent artists across all genres, and our pulse beats to the rhythm of Columbus, Ohio’s local talent. We’re not about exclusivity – we’re about accessibility to the new, the exciting, and the outright audacious. Prepare to defy the mainstream, embrace the diversity and let the New Music Download redefine your sonic experience.

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New Tunes for Old Cats with Bryan Kossmann, Mondays, 6 p.m. This show needs a description. Listen to archived shows at Bryan’s Mixcloud.

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rekloos presents: BASS KULTURE, Sundays at noon. From the early jamaican sounds to today’s contemporary ska, reggae, dub, dancehall, bass music. Listen to archived shows at Rekloos’ Mixcloud.

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SkaHio State with Andy and Chris, Thursdays at 4 p.m. (monthly show) Join Andy and Chris at SkaHio State for a dynamic 1-hour monthly radio show, blending third wave ska, ska/punk, and Punk Rock. Dive into the pulse of the scene as they spotlight influential bands and emerging local artists, featuring insightful interviews that capture the essence of the movement.

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Swank with DJ Arlette. 2nd Saturdays, 9 p.m. Vintage pop music from 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s. Big Band, Swing.

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Ten Percent with Dave Ungar, Wednesdays at 7 p.m. Classic and modern underground music – some ya know, some ya don’t. Listen to archived shows at the Radio 614 Mixcloud.

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Time Safari with DJ Arlette. 3rd Thursdays, 8 p.m. All-vinyl exploration of pop and rock oddities.

Vortex Logo Saturday after first Friday each month

Virtual Vortex with DJ Dynamo. Various Friday/Saturday night time slots. Check the schedule. New Wave, Industrial, Goth, Post Punk, Synthpop, New Romantic all vinyl 80s underground recorded live monthly at Spacebar. Listen to archived shows at the Radio 614 Mixcloud.

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Yesterday’s Wine with DJ Ope Dokey, 2nd and 4th Fridays, 8 p.m. Both kinds of music – country & western. Listen to archived shows at the Yesterday’s Wine Mixcloud.