This week features a genre with some debate around it. Dr. Kirsten Zemke brings us Weeb music, featuring Susumu Hirasawa's The Girl In Byakkoya, Tōru “TK” Kitajima TK's unravel [from Tokyo Ghoul], and Shokotan & Dempagumi's Punch Line! Theme Song.
This week we're talking sixties American folk, and to be honest, it's hard not to love this genre. Featuring Joan Baez's Where Have All the Flowers Gone, The Seekers' The Carnival Is Over, and Phil Ochs' Talking Vietnam Blues.
Nu-metal, polarising genre. Dr. Kirsten Zemke talks through it's roots and how it's perceived publicly. Featuring Linkin Park's In The End In The End, Korn's Freak On a Leash and Powerman 5000's When Worlds Collide.
Nothing like Funk to really get you in the weekend mood, Dr. Kirsten Zemke talks us through the history and features some absolute bangers. Including The Isley Brothers' It's Your Thing, Curtis Mayfield's Superfly, and Chaka Khan and Rufus' Tell Me Something Good.
This week we're diving into a genre we're a little less familiar with, as Dr. Kirsten Zemke brings us Narco Coridos. Featuring Los Tigres Del Norte's Jefe De Jefes, El Chapo:'s Otra Fuga Más, and Region Del Bravo's El Polvo y la Marihuana.
Shoegaze, a genre the bFM listeners are veeeeery familiar with. Dr. Kirsten Zemke gives us the low down of how this special music came to be. Featuring My Bloody Valentine's Sometimes, Slowdive's When the Sun Hits and Cocteau Twins' Cherry-Coloured Funk.
Dr. Kirsten Zemke helps understand how Zolo came to be, a genre that has caused many debates. Featruring Godley & Creme' Sandwiches Of You, The Residents' Constantinople and XTC's Meccanik Dancing (Oh We Go!).
If you thought last week was a trip, this weeks genre is really going to get you. Dr. Kirsten Zemke brings us Acid House. Featuring Lil Louis' French Kiss, Phuture's Acid Trax and Laurent X's Machines.