"A Spectacular Commodity" features a variety of music stemming from Experimental and Noise. Much of the show consists of music derived from the DIY ethics of punk rock or the avant-garde characteristics of modern, 20th century composers. Listeners can expect anything from Albini to Zappa.
Imaginary Landscape No. 1, named after the piece by John Cage (1939) written for two turntables, frequency recordings, muted piano, and cymbal, is a classical music show emphasizing avant-garde 20th century composers, However, the show frequents plenty of music from Baroque to Impressionism.