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stoolpigeon 11th August 2007 10:44 AM

Recommended listening on the net
 
I can highly recommend "Spaceways radio" hosted by Carlos Nino on KPFK 90.7 fm and "Radio Scratch" from the Eternal Thunder site.

Spaceways always has an interesting mix and Radio Scratch is for Lee Perry fans.

Nordic 21st August 2007 08:13 AM

www.music.download.com

free, wide selection, downloadable as well as streaming, often includes well known bands...

pinkmouse 21st August 2007 08:37 AM

BBC 6Music works for me. Good music, relatively intelligent presenters and no ads. ;)

thevoice 22nd August 2007 06:39 AM

Triple R My favourite radio station. Streaming quality is not top notch and they are primarily a terrestrial station, but they'll play any kind of music you can think of. And usually know something about it at that.

Pano 22nd August 2007 09:59 AM

In no particular order - all are good:

http://www.radioparadise.com Good, wide mix of music . Maybe the best mainstream radio in the USA. My all night at work station.

http://www.swissgroove.ch Funky! Get down and Boogy!

Radio Fance "FIP" My old favorite from Paris. A bit of everything.

Radio France "France Music" Always great music. Mostly classical

http://www.manaoradio.com/ Manao Radio on Maui. All volenteer low power FM. DJs play whatever the hell they want. Some times good, sometimes not. They have a house band!

Martini in the Morning. The name says it all.
http://www.martiniinthemorning.com/

1.FM blues. http://www.1.fm/Stations/Blues/TuneIn.aspx Good blues. I have the stream URL, will post.



And the best Jazz station in the world - KCSM Jazz 91.1
http://www.kcsm.org/jazz91/index.php

seventenths 23rd August 2007 05:00 AM

KEXP

Seattle based public radio... Progressive with punk, blues, world music, rockabilly shows +

2 thumbs up

7/10

BR549 26th August 2007 08:16 PM

I highly recommend shoutcast.com. I like its selection of free streaming music and programming from internet radio stations from around the world.

Pano 28th August 2007 12:14 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by BR549
I highly recommend shoutcast.com.
Yep! That's were most of the good stuff is.

stoolpigeon 28th August 2007 02:01 PM

Yes you are spoiled for choice at shoutcast.

It's worth checking some stations which broadcast at different bitrates to hear the difference in quality.

Also for reggae fans search for azevedo.


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