- Canadian Label Showcase: Thoughtless Music
A series of podcasts and info highlighting independent Canadian record labels.
- StudioFeed Radio: Deep North Radio: Episode #11 Ft. Dick Diamonds, Bones McLeod, Max The Fax
- StudioFeed Radio: Deep North Radio: Episode #10 Ft. Zenta, Philip James de Vries & Dick Diamonds
Toronto’s Deep North crew host their own show, featuring mixes by guests and by members of the crew themselves. Catch them at one of the many regular events they throw in the city.
- StudioFeed Radio: Fish n’ Whistle: Episode #6
- StudioFeed Radio: Fish n’ Whistle: Episode #5
Fish n’ Whistle plays songs for the back porch; songs best enjoyed under star lights, not street lights. Graham Nicholas spins all of his favorite home grown tracks, doing his best to get the word out on some of the brightest songwriting talent in Canada.
- StudioFeed Radio: Invisible City Radio: Episode #2
- StudioFeed Radio: Invisible City Radio: Episode #1 Ft. Beppe Loda
Invisible City Sound System is a collective of DJs and visual artists who are interested in creating a cohesive and inspiring atmosphere that explores the history of dance music from around the world. With a particular focus on disco, boogie, early house, techno, and electronic music Invisible City aims to illuminate dancefloor threads that travelled between cultures in the past 40 years.
- StudioFeed Radio: Minced Meat Radio: Episode #7
- StudioFeed Radio: Minced Meat Radio: Episode #6 Ft. Erno the Inferno
Emily Copeland hosts Minced Meat, formerly broadcast on Windsor-Detroit’s CJAM 99.1FM for four years before her transplant to Toronto in 2010. Minced Meat is a selection of Toronto-to-Detroit hip-hop and electronic music.
- StudioFeed Radio: NCKBRK Presents KRIX: Episode #5
- StudioFeed Radio: NCKBRK presents KRIX: Episode #4
Monthly show featuring Sylvermayne, DJ Taktiks, and Kaewonder playing futuristic hip hop.
- StudioFeed Radio: Production Notes Radio: Episode #11
- StudioFeed Radio: Production Notes Radio: Episode #10
Jim Bones curates hour-long sets of new and old soul tunes that have been sampled heavily in many well-known hip hop tracks.
- StudioFeed Radio: Radio Music Gallery: Episode #8
- StudioFeed Radio: Radio Music Gallery: Episode #7 Ft. Weird Canada
Music Gallery curator and David Dacks hosts Radio Music Gallery; showcasing some of the great talent that comes through the Toronto church-venue.
- StudioFeed Radio: Sessions: Episode #20 – Groj
- StudioFeed Radio: Sessions: Episode #19: Simina Grigoriu Pt. II
Toronto hosts some of the best musical entertainers in the world. SF Sessions is a show dedicated to both local and out-of-town musicians dropping by to share some of their tunes and mixes with the city.
- StudioFeed Radio: Smart Lab Radio: Episode #3
- StudioFeed Radio: SMART Lab Radio: Episode #2
A podcast outlining some of the interesting music-based psychological research taking place at Ryerson’s SMART Lab.
- StudioFeed Radio: Beatsploitation: Episode #15
- StudioFeed Radio: Beatsploitation: Episode #14
Monthly show featuring Sweet Jelly Roller’s choice funk torpedoes & pounds of soul from his own collections of 45′s on, Beatsploitation.
- StudioFeed Radio: The Bass Kultcha Show: Episode #12
- StudioFeed Radio: The Bass Kultcha Show: Episode #11
Monthly show featuring Toronto DJ’s urbansteve & Kevin Reigh, who share their blend of dub and reggae vinyl.
- StudioFeed Radio: The Hushlamb Free Range Show: Episode #31 Ft. Matt & Mark Thibideau
- StudioFeed Radio: The Hushlamb Free Range Show: Episode #30 Ft. Yes Ma’am
Techno & electronic show featuring artists who are a part of the Hushlamb collective.
- StudioFeed Radio: Version Xcursion: Episode #5
- StudioFeed Radio: Version Xcursion: Episode #4 Ft. Sonny B
DJs, producers, radio hosts.
Providing a platform for local artists, showcasing new sounds and exploring the many tangents of music inspired by downtempo, reggae/dub & UK bass.
- StudioFeed Radio: Vince Pollard’s ithinkx Show: Episode #18 (Mutek 2013)
- StudioFeed Radio: Vince Pollard’s ithinkx Show: Episode #17
Bi-weekly show featuring quality new electronic releases and informative commentary from Exclaim! Magazine assistant editor Vincent Pollard.