4 - 6 Mobile Mondays

Each Monday, in preparation for their weekly Mobile Mondays party at The Bowery Electric, DJ King EMZ and Natasha Diggs dig deep and play a mind-melting array of soul, r&b, and funky breaks inna strictly vinyl, strictly 45 fashion.

Twitter: @operatorEmz @natashadiggs

6 - 8 Rockers Arena with The Night Nurse

A veteran broadcaster and journalist, Amy Wachtel, better known as THE NIGHT NURSE, has been associated with 'conscious' reggae music since the 1980's. Her long-running show, "ROCKERS ARENA" was a Monday night staple on WBAU-FM for close to a decade, and then on WNWK 105.9 FM. Her columns appeared regularly in CMJ, Reggae Report Magazine and the UK's Echoes. Amy believes that reggae is a soothing, healing, uplifting music. Her show presents the Classics, showcasing Roots, Rockers, Rasta and Reggae, as well as the occasional industry personality & guest artist interview.

Twitter: @NightNurse1Love

8 - 10 Strictly Boomshots with Rob Kenner

Our in-house reggae scholar, Rob Kenner is a renowned journalist and author who has worked with The New York Times, the National Geographic Society, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the Experience Music Project, Spin, Wired, Billboard, Art & Antiques, Vibe, and Complex Magazine. Kenner's weekly show features the very best in reggae throughout the decades as well as thoughtful, in-depth interviews with legendary musical icons.

Twitter: @Boomshots

4 - 6 Jasmine Solano

Downtown superstar and rapstress Jasmine Solano blesses Radio Lily with a lively mix of reggae, dancehall, electronica, R&B, and soul.

Twitter: @JasmineSolano

www.djturmix.com

6 - 8 Mixpak Sound System

Jubilee and friends from Dre Skull's Brooklyn-based Mixpak Records (home to Vybz Kartel, Popcaan, Dubbel Dutch and more) provide a weekly session of future forward selections.

www.mixpakrecords.com

Twitter: @Mixpak @JubileeDJ

8 - 10 Radio Lily Live From Rockhouse Negril

DJ Robcode and special guests broadcast live from the Pushcart Restaurant at our sister property, Rockhouse Hotel in Negril, Jamaica. Tune in for an early evening session of classic and current reggae juggling straight outta yard.

www.rockhousehotel.com

4 - 6 Sugar Barons with Jauretsi Saizarbitoria

Miami-born Cuban Filmmaker Jauretsi Saizarbitoria made her directorial debut with the Charlize Theron-produced documentary, East Of Havana. The film dove into the lives and struggles of up-and-coming Cuban hip-hop artists while touching on sentiments revolving around the complex political climate of the island. Each week on Radio Lily, Ms. Saizarbitoria plays an educated mix of Latin music from the past, present, and future.

Twitter: @Jauretsi

6 - 8 Belinda Becker

Born in Jamaica, Belinda Becker is a legendary New York City DJ who has played in some of the world's most prestigious nightclubs. Ms. Becker is renowned for her elegant mixes of funk, soul, and tropical sounds. In 2005, she was inducted into the New York Nightlife Hall Of Fame.

Exposed to a musical dance heritage at an early age, Becker is also an accomplished dancer who has studied West African dance at Paris' Centre du Marais. Upon her return to New York, she studied Afro-Caribbean and Afro-Brazilian dance with Baba Richard Gonzalez and performed with Pat Hall at the Dance Theater Workshop in their production of Under Cover Girls. Belinda has also danced with Roots Of Brazil under the direction of Lygia Barreto, has toured with Nigerian recording artist Wunmi, and has performed with Urban Tap. Becker's personal works of choreography have been presented at New York City's Joe's Pub and the Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage.

Each week on Radio Lily, Becker graces us with her soulful mixes and informative interviews with a captivating mix of talents from the worlds of music, literature, film, and dance.

Twitter: @Brukkout @DJHomesick

8 - 10 Roc Box

A New Yorker by way of the Caribbean, Damon DeGraff prides himself on his cool island roots, but lives his life with a sharp New York sensibility. A product of that combo is DGi Management, the NYC-based management company he owns, which handles the some of the most skilled DJ's in the business. For this weekly radio show, Roc Box, brings a sonically sensational mix of reggae, soul, and funk--a blend of beats that will make the listener feel nothing but good.

Twitter: @damondegraff

4 - 6 Bubble & Squeak

Veteran UK DJ Misbehaviour is an accomplished nightclub DJ and avid collector of soul, funk, and reggae vinyl. She has played around the world and elsewhere and has been the resident DJ for the Central Park Dance Skaters Association for the past 12 years. Thursday afternoons bubble up lovely with Misbehaviour's mature mix of soulful funk and reggae tunes spanning at least five decades.

Twitter: @DJMisbehaviour

6 - 8 Large Up Radio

Having DJed for artists including Sean Paul, Baby Cham, P. Diddy, and most notably, Rihanna, Max Glazer is an internationally renowned dancehall DJ and accomplished producer of music for artists such as Vybz Kartel, Mr. Vegas, Flippa Mafia, and Mr. Lexx. Throughout the week, Max plays the absolute latest dancehall tunes directly out of the recording studios of Kingston.

Twitter: @MaxGlazer

6 - 8 Large Up Radio

Part of Grammy Award-winning rap band, The Roots' OkayPlayer network of websites, Large Up is an "exclusive journey into authentic Caribbean lifestyle." Daily updates bring readers the latest in Caribbean news, fashion, food, music and culture. Each week, Large Up founder DJ Gravy and Jesse Serwer presents Large Up Radio, delivering the sonic version of the popular website to Miss Lily's and the Radio Lily listeners.

Twitter: @DJGravy @LargeUpDotCom

8 - 12 DJ George Squared Live from Miss Lily’s

Brooklyn DJ George Squared plays a stimulating mix of Caribbean party music from the past, present, and future.

6 - 8 Haitian All Starz

Hosted by DJs Hard Hittin Harry, JayCee, One Shot, and Nit Ra Sit , Haitian All Starz spotlights the best of Haitian Kompas, Ra Ra, Kanaval and Zouk. Not limited to only Haitian music, these veteran Brooklyn DJs also delve deep into an educated selection of classic and current reggae, dancehall, and Afrobeat. Besides the music, each week, the Haitian All Starz discuss all things Haitian including politics, entertainment, and current events.

Twitter: @HardHittinHarry @HaitianAllStarz @OneShotEnt

8 - 12 DJ Jam Central Live From Miss Lily’s

Dancehall DJ supreme and our resident soca specialist, DJ Jam Central Broadcasts live from inside Miss Lily’s restaurant in New York City

Twitter: @DJJamCentral

11 - 4 Brunch Vibes

Special guest DJs play the very best reggae, dancehall, classic, soul, and all-around sunshine vibes live from Miss Lily’s famous brunch.

4 - 6 Advancehall

Field Trip Hi-Power brings you only the dustiest of riddims from the golden era of raggamuffin dancehall with selector Spliffington at the controls.

6 - 8 Greg Poole

Downtown NYC DJ Veteran Greg Poole plays an eclectic mix of Paradise Garage classics, reggae & rocksteady, dirty disco, and old school house.

8 - 12 Selections

Miss Lily’s Favorite, DJ Select plays the very best latest and greatest party vibes live from inside Miss Lily’s Restaurant in New York City.

Twitter: @DJSelect

11 - 2 Brunch Vibes

Special guest DJs play the very best reggae, dancehall, classic, soul, and all-around sunshine vibes live from Miss Lily’s famous brunch.

2 - 4 MRI Radio

Jamaican-born DJ and writer, Sherman Escoffery, takes us on an educated journey spanning decades of the very best Jamaican music.

4 - 6 Mystic Sound

DJ Dodo and Mystic Sound System bring things to loveful heights with a conscious, positive, and dubwise, selection of roots reggae blessings.

6 - 8 Bashment Bacchanal

Trini to the Bone, Bajan to the Core, and Jamaican by Relation, DJ Jam Central spins the hottest party rhythms out of the Caribbean. A vibe reminiscent of Trinidad's Carnival, Barbados' Crop Over & Jamaica's Passa Passa inna Brooklyn style!

Twitter: @DJJamCentral

8 - 10 House Ton Street

DJ Bax digs deep in the crates and takes us down memory lane with classic NYC house from the late 80s and early 90s.