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  • AdamW
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    I have a new cheapo hifi and have plugged an airport express in the AUX port. I now have internet radio but there’s thaaaasands of stations.

    Anyone recommend any of them there internet radio stations?

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    thecaptain
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    Radio 4 and 5live 🙂

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    Addicted to radio blues classics

    CountZero
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    I find all the music I need on 6Music, but CBC Radio 2 was pretty good, all Canadian indy rock, there’s KROQ in LA, which plays interesting stuff, and used to have some eye-opening late-night programming.
    Other than those, I never have time, or inclination to go exploring.

    deadlydarcy
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    Some of the American Indie stations can be quite good. I imagine you’d have to do a bit of hunting around though. I’m all about spottily playlists these days. 😀

    EDIT: Reading CZ’s post above, I mean North American.

    soma.fm have some ok stations – boot liquor for countryy and groove salad for ambient noises.
    Also pretty much anything from Colombia will get you whipping through the house work. And pretty much anything from Jamaica to chhhhillllll oouuuttt mmmmaaaannn

    cbmotorsport
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    Listening to 6 Music now. Also like Absolute Radio 90’s. Not been very adventurous with my internet radio since I got it. Will get round to it.

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    Listening to 6 Music now. Also like Absolute Radio 90’s. Not been very adventurous with my internet radio since I got it. Will get round to it.

    yeah i usually put absolute 90s on at weekend when i dont much care for whats on 6 music. i usually use dab radio tho which doesnt seem to pick up any ‘absolutes’ other than 80s, 90s and plain absolute.
    is absolute 70s internet only? i know it exists but my radio doesnt pick it up,

    tinribz
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    is absolute 70s internet only?

    Its on dab in the londonshire borders.
    If you can’t get it just alternate between the worst Blondie song you can find and Abba.

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    181.FM, like soma, lots of different stations.
    currently listening to San Francisco’s 70’s hits (as I haven’t found an alternative indie channel)
    6 music and that are the “go to” but always nice to seek out something different

    wooobob
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    WNCW is one we stumbled upon driving through Carolina and now listen to at home. I also like Folk Radio UK (FRUKIE), Devil’s Night Radio, and a bit of Big Blue Swing! Internet radio rools 😀

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