Non-stop genre-melting music to kick your behind into the brand new day.
The Get Up is the musical equivalent of a karate kick in the nether regions; but in a good way of course.
Get The 80s
10am - 11am
Non-stop 80s music; and trust us when we say we don't just play the hits.
We have searched the highest mountain, we have run through the fields, we have scaled these city walls, only to bring these tunes to you.
The Get Thru It
11am - 2pm
Having a s*!* day at work?
Don't worry we've got the tunes from across the genres and the decades to help you survive the workday.
It doesn't matter what your boss thinks, put your pen down, your feet up on the table, put your headphones in and everything will be alright, probably. (The Buzz Mcr takes no responsibility for people who actually take this advice.)
Get The 90s
2pm - 3pm
Non-stop 90s tunes.
Indie, grunge, dance, house, acid house, Madchester, Hip Hop.
The 90s had everything it seems and so have we.
Expect the unexpected.
The Get Back
3pm - 6pm
Whichever way you travel; by car, bus, train, tram, bike or on a cloud surrounded by unicorns; we
have got the soundtrack for your return journey.
We'll get you home safe and SOUND.
The Get Down
6pm - 10pm
This is Manchester. Every night is a party night. Turn off the lights, put the torch on your phone on, and turn up the music. Your neighbours will love you.
Genre-bending, decade-melting tunes to get you moving and maybe even grooving.
The Buzz Chill
10pm - 2am
As another day comes to a close, we've got the soundtrack to help you relax and unwind.
Drip a couple of drops of lavender essential oil on your pillow, pop on your eye-mask and drift away to the mellow sounds of The Buzz Chill.
2am - 4am
Music to help soothe the 24-hour-party-people, the revellers, the wide-eyed, the chasers of the dawn.
But let's be honest, you do regret that 'one for the road' now though, don't you?
The Get With It
4am - 6am
Sounds for the early riser and the late returner. We salute you, and then serenade you as you start or end your day.
Bring back the good old milkman with his milk cart, waking you up at 5am every morning knocking bottles over on your doorstep.