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Listen Canadian music and support local artists. Tang Radio takes local music specifically Alberta music, French Canadian and Indigenous music to the world. Tang Radio and Han TV provide you with diverse and refreshing true north sound.
Based in Edmonton, named amiskwaciy-wâskahikan ᐊᒥᐢᑲᐧᒋᕀ ᐋᐧᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ (Cree), Treaty 6 Territory & Métis Nation of Alberta Region 4, Tang Radio provides alternative source of local music and entertainment to audience who seek for new sound and experience, and offers artists with additional platform to introduce their music to audience locally and globally.
Tang Radio also produces variety of shows to amuse audience and support local artists. We take further steps to bring Alberta and Canadian music to audience in East Asia region through our shows in Cantonese. More languages to come. Wait for it!
Simply put, Tang Radio's objective is to get local music heard. It is our pleasure joining other like minded individuals, organizations and media in supporting local music.
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The Other Side
Edmonton rock band
Life is short. Stay positive when apart.
The key message this 2108 song conveys. Also check out other 3 remix versions (SRVENT mix/ M.O.A.I.N club mix & Hitoshi Sugiyama club mix)!
Here is Stellafox's story behind their song The Other Side and their unforgettable experience.
Burnt Toast & Jam
catch others in the stream
Burnt Toast & Jam (BTJ) features artists and their music in a playful talk show format. BTJ invites a guest artist to the show in each episode to respond to a series of silly questions and speak about their thoughts on various spontaneous topics. BTJ is certainly a rare and wacky kind of show you have ever experienced.
BTJ season 1 was produced over the phone during the peak of pandemic in late 2020 and early 2021. We would like to thank all the guest artists for their participation. Their courage shall be applauded for they did not know what BTJ was about. And that is exactly the fun part of it. Enjoy the show!