Current show

Oceanbites Out Loud

6:00 am 7:00 am

Upcoming show

Oceanbites Out Loud

6:00 am 7:00 am

Current show

Oceanbites Out Loud

6:00 am 7:00 am

Upcoming show

Oceanbites Out Loud

6:00 am 7:00 am


Music

CFUV’s team of volunteers and staff are excited to share their top 3 favorite albums of the year for 2021! Take a look at what we listened to and loved this past year! Where possible we’ve also provided links to long-lists, playlists, and reviews from folks! You can also check out CFUV’s top played albums […]

CFUV’s team of volunteers and staff are excited to announce that various pieces, episodes, and content received national recognition at the National Campus/Community Radio Association’s annual Community Radio Awards in Broadcast and Online. Twelve CFUV submissions were nominated as finalists in various categories and we came out with an amazing five winners. Congratulations to all […]

Listed below is the FULL list of CFUV’s top played albums at CFUV. They are based off actual spins by our hosts during the 3 month period they count as “Chart Releases.” * denotes CDN                   + denotes LOCAL Loving – If I Am Only My Thoughts (Last Gang)+ lié – You Want It Real (Mint)* […]

Josef Mieto Eyes on Wax (Mondays 12-2) Vancouver based, Alvaro Rojas’ new album, “Gran Kasa” (released June 2020) features an all-star cast of Canadian jazz and improv musicians, as well as vocals by Grammy award winning Peruvian singer, Susana Baca. Straightaway, Rojas sets the bar high on ‘Little Bell’, a blazing hot jazz-salsa composition featuring […]

Mark Brennan Coast 2 Coast 2 Coast (Tuesday 10 PM – 12 AM) For several years now, Beliefs member Jesse Crowe has performed solo as Praises. It is an outlet for their more personal statements in music. Lucky for all of us. ‘EP THREE’ finds Crowe bold and confident, as they create dark, atmospheric spaces […]

Mark Brennan Coast 2 Coast 2 Coast (Tuesday 10 PM – 12 AM) All things Cold War may now be cool, but the lads at OKGB definitely have their tongue in cheek in using Soviet-era propaganda as the motif for their latest album. There’s nothing here at all that references communism or the USSR. Instead […]