Recomendations for Internet Radio
Just seen a recommendation for Dandelion Radio, apparently they’ve taken on the mantle for Peels festive 50 and are broadcasting their 2012 list this month. I’d expect the output to be a similar eclectic mix to the John Peel Show. Not even listened to it yet but thought it’d be worth a mention on here.Posted 5 years agochr15Member
As Radio 6 Music’s daytime playlist isn’t all that varied and it obviously cost less to have th DJ’s talk than it does to play records I’ve been investigating some of the suggestions too, so thanks…
FIP I’ve enjoyed a bit, but they went off on a bit of a noodley-loungey jazz bender after a while and I had to move on…!
Paradise confused me by being a horrid crushed 16kbps stream from the Seychelles until I searched again for ‘Radio Paradise’ and found what you’re on about – The playlist looks very good.
The bonus is that having searched for some of these stations The TuneIn radio app.’s recommended channels have got a lot better. So far I’ve tried:
Fly Foot Selecta (Paris) – Incredible mix, lots of Hip-hop (Not just commercial US pap either – Just had Lewis Parker on) reggae, dub, ragga… But then Asian Dub Foundation, Wilson Picket and Long Beach Dub Allstars have been on in the last 30 minutes. There’s virtually no talking and next to no French music (that’ Ive heard so far)
Emergency FM – Drum n Bass fix. Not heard any over-loud MC-ing obliterating the tunes. Excellent rolling remix of that Lana Del Ray on just now. Likey.
I’ve also noticed that all the non-BBC stations seem to be able to tell you the current track name/artist, which is nice – surprises me that the BBC CBA.Posted 5 years ago
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