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(Some music-starved guy)   Farker needs good online radio stations. LGN   (images.google.com) divider line 22
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2005-03-11 09:22:35 AM  
5 votes:
I already saw KEXP on the list. My first choice is the new 89.3 The Current, KCMP, Northfield, MN.

Minnesota Modern Rock with lots of diversity in music tossed in.

Also KCRW out of LA/Santa Monica with Morning Becomes Eclectic and other shows.
2005-03-11 07:40:39 AM  
4 votes:
Maximum Rock and Roll! for an hour of kick ass punk rock a week.
The Current is a brand spanking new Minnesota anti-format radio station that isn't old enough to be trashed by commericals, the DJ's or farking techno.
Radio Kaos...need I say more?
2005-03-11 02:25:45 AM  
4 votes:
97X woxy.com - the future of rock and roll

best. station. evar.

Used to be out of Miami Unversity in Oxford, Ohio, but they sold the frequency to another company. it was one of the last independent radio stations in Ohio. *sniff*

They're internet-only now, which is better than nothing.
2005-03-11 09:33:07 AM  
2 votes:
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Atheist Radio
2005-03-11 08:07:31 AM  
2 votes:
WBER, the only station that matters.
2005-03-11 05:12:42 AM  
2 votes:
www.google.com
2005-03-11 04:39:36 PM  
1 votes:
Glad to see a few props for WBER.
Great college/alternative, been my favorite for several years.
2005-03-11 12:08:43 PM  
1 votes:
For the hardcore breakbeat oldskool massif:

piraterevival.co.uk
breakpirates.com
remanissradio.net
battlestation.com
2005-03-11 12:01:08 PM  
1 votes:
wber.monroe.edu

good stuff
2005-03-11 11:57:12 AM  
1 votes:
2005-03-11 10:07:15 AM  
1 votes:
kvrx.org
student radio at ut-austin
my show is on saturdays at 7pm
2005-03-11 09:51:34 AM  
1 votes:
Pops new window. It's GOOD stuff. My favorite channels are Vocal Trance and Chillout.

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2005-03-11 09:13:36 AM  
1 votes:
Radio KOL

Kingdom of Loathing radio. They'll play anything and everything.

I should also plug The Kingdom of Loathing while I'm at it. Excellent, excellent game.
2005-03-11 08:50:41 AM  
1 votes:
Over the air radio sucks, I've found internet radio to be too nichey and in many cases just plain weird for my tastes.

For my ever changing tastes I've found these to be my best bets:

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but I usually just listen to my own music at home but when I'm at work, I still stream my entire music collection using a little python script (easy to setup on windows machines too), called Edna:

http://edna.sourceforge.net

Simple is good.
2005-03-11 08:47:12 AM  
1 votes:
2005-03-11 08:43:33 AM  
1 votes:
Did anyone here chime in already with WFMU, the grandaddy of indie freeform radio?
2005-03-11 07:38:12 AM  
1 votes:
http://www.radiolovers.com/ has MP3s of old time radio shows if you're into that. Buck Rogers, Abbot & Costello, Gunsmoke, etc.

Anyone know of online radio stations that have these old shows?
2005-03-11 06:06:19 AM  
1 votes:
If you like industrial music, try Digital Gunfire.
2005-03-11 05:51:10 AM  
1 votes:
Hood Rich Radio could give you some nice comic relief. Live shows Saturday nights (our time, eastern), and replays and best-of all week long.

Some good tunes, too.
2005-03-11 05:28:35 AM  
1 votes:
As with many previous posters I'll have to stick up for SomaFM. I usually keep the Drone Zone stuff on while I do work on the computer.

If you're interested in a modern jazz station, or are into any sort of electronica, try Digitally Imported. I don't know why the two go together, but the jazz stream is one of my favorites.
2005-03-10 11:18:00 PM  
1 votes:
Go to http://www.shoutcast.com. You can search by genre. The playists will open in iTunes. And best of all, you can record the streams using something like Radio Lover or Streamripper into little MP3s and it's 100% legal to do so.
2005-03-10 10:44:47 PM  
1 votes:
 
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