The Event Horizon

  • Sunday til Monday

    11:00pm - 1:00am

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“The Event Horizon” is an eclectic free form radio show that strives to play 50% new and unheard of independent, underground music with the remaining selections being old favorites and newly discovered gems from the past.  Genre restrictions will be smashed – open up and relax at this very interesting time of the day.

Amanda now of Room 1210 ( ) previously hosted this time slot and in 2018 she declared that the first Sunday of the month be known as “Punk Sunday” on her show.  The “Punk Sunday” edition was a blistering two hour testament to the world of punk rock.  When I found out that I’d be moving into this Sunday Night Time  I asked Amanda to continue doing “Punk Sunday” together with me.  Now you get double the energy from “two pent up punks”!

Also stay tuned for exciting guests performing live, being interviewed and selecting music.

Support the only radio station covering the Tampa Bay Area and beyond that would allow a radio show like the “Event Horizon”, which plays Punk, Prog, Jazz, Electronic, Experimental Sounds, Extreme Metal, Folk, Ambient, Outsider and just about anything we can come up with to exist.

It’s easy just click on the TIP JAR right at the top of the page and make your donation.

(Photo “remix” credits go to Erawk the Sinister of Psycho Realms )

Hosted By...

Ira Hankin  [email protected]

I started in College Radio when I was 19 in the Baltimore - Washington, DC. area on WJHU & WMUC. It was back then that I developed my eclectic free form DJ style! Some time after college and living abroad, I found myself in San Francisco and back on the radio again at the University of San Francisco's KUSF.

Whilst doing my eclectic music shows on KUSF I worked at various radio stations doing "behind the scenes" production work.

I discovered WMNF in June of 2000 and made long range plans to move to the Tampa Bay Area so I could get involved with this great community radio station. Finally in 2013 I made the move to Tampa and began my involvement with WMNF.