Bagel Radio - Playlists include indie rock, alternative rock, and noisy pop.
Batanga - Outstanding Latin music. Separate stations for Latin hip-hop, rock en español, banda y mariachi, salsa y música tropical, and Latin pop. Site also includes interactive chat features, playlists, and occasional profiles of artists. Parallel sites in Spanish and in English.
CAM FM 97.2 - The sound of Britian's Cambridge University. Run by the students, a good mix of indie, electronica, hip hop, dance and other non-music related shows.
Capitol Public Radio - Classical, jazz, news and public affairs programming each week on one of Capital Public Radio's 7 stations serving California's Central Valley and the Sierra Nevada.
Chirp Radio - A volunteer-driven, online community radio station that focuses on music, arts, and culture. Live and local every day from 6am-midnight from studios in Chicago's North Center neighborhood.
CKUA Radio Network - CKUA is recognized as the voice of Alberta artists, musicians and cultural enthusiasts. Each week, CKUA broadcasts 168 hours of eclectic and entertaining programming that, in keeping with tradition, includes educational based music and informational series. Blues, Jazz, Classical, Celtic, Folk, Contemporary and Alternative music all make up CKUA's broadcast day. This broad spectrum of music is drawn from CKUA's internationally renowned music library. Comprised of more than a quarter million CD's and LP's, the library contains an excess of 1.5 million musical selections. Also see Wikipedia entry.
Classic FM - Rich mix of classical music repertoire as well as eclectic mix of programming from the Royal Shakespeare Company to Cinema's Greatest Hits, Music from Other Cultures and Classic FM's Hall of Fame.
Counterstream Radio - Exploring music of America's composers, mixing the work of composers such as Elliott Carter, John Cage, Bill Frisell, Kid 606, Abbey Lincoln, Milton Babbitt, Philip Glass, Morton Feldman, Laurie Anderson, and hundreds more.
Folkways Radio - From Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, the nonprofit record label of the Smithsonian Institution, the national museum of the United States, stream complete tracks to discover new music. More choices here.
Gigmania - More than comprehensive, up-to-date online concert listings, Gigmania is live video & audio, CD previews and reviews, tour schedules, tickets, and bulletin boards. And Gigmania brings it all to life in an interactive multimedia-driven environment.
KCRB - A National Public Radio (NPR) affiliate based in Rohnert Park, California. During the day, 9am-3pm, KRCB broadcasts Roots-Americana and Folk Music, as well some talk radio programming and eclectic musical presentations. The evening and weekend programming showcases Roots-Americana, Sonoma County singer-songwriters, and an array of folk and acoustic music.
KCRW 89.9 FM Santa Monica - A community service of Santa Monica College, providing nearly 400,000 listeners each week with an eclectic schedule of news, locally and nationally produced music, public affairs and radio drama programs.
KFFA 103.1 FM - Broadcasts each weekday from Helena, Arkansas. KFFA is the longest-running daily American radio broadcast in history and is home to the famous live blues radio program: King Biscuit Time. Also see Wikipedia entry.
KHMD 89.1 - KMHD studios are located about 20 miles east of Portland, Oregon in Gresham on the campus of Mt. Hood Community College. DJs play everything from traditional dixieland to big band swing to fusion to electric blues and world beat.
Kill Radio - Short for Kill Corporate Radio, or Kill Monopoly Radio, a Los Angeles based internet radio station run by the Kill Radio Collective, a group of 50+ activists, journalists, and DJ's.
KJAZZ 88.1 FM - Jazz from California State University, Long Beach, California.
KZSU 90.1 FM - Stanford University radio station. Besides DJs' music shows, KZSU has a live music show, Wednesday Night Live, public affairs programming (including public service announcements), live broadcasts of important Stanford events, the weekly Palo Alto City Council (Monday nights), and specials.
KTCU FM 88.7 -Fort Worth, Texas college radio. Varied programming including old & new, college & country, Americana & rock (Choice Music); indie, modern, and alternative music (KTCU After Dark); and Classical Sunday.
KVMR 89.5FM - Diverse music, cultural, news, and public affairs programming from Nevada City, California.
La Música - An extensive Latin music site with a focus on salsa, tropical, and contemporary Latin pop and rock music. Features interviews, reviews, New York live music club guide, and suggested resources. In English, with some sections in Spanish. Previously called Latin Music ¡OnLine!
La Onda Bajita - Lowrider soul. This long running lowrider cruising show continues to creep along with a mix of barrio oldies and raza knowledge. On KPFA, Berkeley, California.
Last.fm - Users "scrobble" their tracks to Last.fm servers, helping to collectively build the world's largest social music platform. Last.fm taps the wisdom of the crowds, leveraging each user's musical profile to make personalised recommendations, connect users who share similar tastes, provide custom radio streams, and much more.
Listenlive.eu - A web radio directory showcasing over 4000 radio stations from across Europe streaming live on the internet.
Live365 - At Live365.com, you can broadcast live, or you can make a station, and Live365.com will broadcast it for you. You can create your own Internet radio station or listen to thousands of stations created by others.
MOJO 94.9 FM - Cincinatti, Ohio, home for jammin' oldies, pop and rock.
Mountain Stage - A two-hour West Virginia Public Broadcasting radio program featuring performances by today's hottest musicians, recorded live. Each week the program brings radio listeners around the world live performances of music from all genres.
RadiOM - Offerings include interviews with influential composers, including Lou Harrison, Brian Eno, John Cage, Laurie Anderson, Gyorgy Ligeti, and Anthony Braxton. Radiom also provides concerts, sound poetry performances, lectures and documentaries in classical music, jazz, experimental music and other forms. The material is gleaned from thousands of hours of audio recordings from KPFA-FM radio in Berkeley (1949-1995), and concerts and talks produced by Other Minds in San Francisco (1993-2005).
RadioIO - Pay for play radio network, but free 64k streams through iTunes.
RadioWORM - Rotterdam based project to produce experimental sounds and images.
Rai Radio 3 - Italian radio channel operated by the state-owned public-broadcasting organization RAI and specializing in culture and classical music.
Revolutions Per Minute - Hosted by Sarah Cahill, Sundays, 8-10 p.m., at KALW 91.7 FM, San Francisco. Classical & contemporary music with in-studio guests, commentary, live performances, and occasional sharing of classical vinyl.
Riverwalk Jazz - Nonprofit organization whose mission is to present, promote and preserve classic jazz through national and international radio broadcasts, live music performances and jazz education for young people.
Rock en Rebellion - Traditional latin music infused with rock, hip hop, electronica and everything in between on KPFA 94.1, Berkeley. Also see playlists and page on MySpace.
Rocket FM - 'The Rock Home of Stockholm'. Ecclectic by nature.
SHOUTcast - Nullsoft's free Winamp-based distributed streaming audio system. Thousands of broadcasters. Choose by bandwidth and genre.
SiriusXM - 180 channels of commercial-free music and entertainment radio.
Soma FM San Francisco - New and classic indie tracks, low-fi, slowcore, ambient, trip hop, dream pop commercial-free, underground/alternative radio broadcasting from San Francisco.
Soundwaves TV - The long-running award-winning TV program Soundwaves (1983-2008) and its various spin-offs and specials. Soundwaves aired for 25 years from March 30, 1983 to October 1, 2008 and produced 500 episodes.
Spinner - 130+ music channels programmed by experts: modern and vintage rock, top hits, classical, country, folk, urban, dance, jazz, blues, world, new age, eclectic.
Streambox - Thousands of streamed Internet radio stations from all over the world.
Tangents - Cross-pollinating, genre-bending radio that explores the bridges connecting diverse music styles including world and roots music and creatvie jazz hybrids. music radio. Listen to Tangents Saturday nights (8pm-mid) on KALW (91.7 FM, San Francisco) and streamed live.
Venerable Music - Dedicated to all genres of music from the 78rpm era, Venerable Radio streams the classics as well as the obscure 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Search its extensive playlist, make requests & hear your selection in minutes.
WCOM 103.5 FM - A North Carolina community radio station with a studio in downtown Carrboro and an antenna at Scroggs Elementary School in Southern Village. The first low-power FM community radio station in the area to be set up under a program established by the FCC in 2000. Low-power FM is grassroots radio-an effort to counterbalance the increasing concentration of radio ownership by a few large corporations. Music, talk, public affairs, news.
WDOA - Free form non-profit internet radio station based in Central Massachusetts. Non-RIAA artists by default - and now with MP3 stream.
WFMT 98.7 FM - Chicago fine arts and classical music station.
WFMU 91.1 FM - Wide range of freeform experimental and obscure programming.
WHRB 95.3 FM - Boston. Harvard Radio's daily broadcast of classical music, jazz, and underground rock explore a great repertoire of music left largely untouched by other commercial stations. WHRB's weekend lineup features blues and hip-hop, as well as Boston's beloved Hillbilly at Harvard, WHRB News, and Harvard Sports. In an era when quality music is increasingly difficult to find on the radio
WICN 90.5 FM - New England's jazz and folk public radio station located in Worcester, Maine.
WKSU 89.7FM Radio - National Public Radio (NPR) affiliate licensed to Kent State University, providing classical music, folk music and news.
WLUW 88.7 FM - From Univeristy of Chicago, Loyola. Progressive, community-oriented radio station, committed to social justice and independent thought and expression, and to giving a voice to those who too often go unheard. Dedicated to offering a broad array of music, news, and issue- and arts-oriented programming that cannot be found elsewhere.
WMUA FM 91 - Blues, jazz, rock, hip-hop, and other music programs.
WNUR 89.3FM - Chicago. Promotes musicians, musical genres, news, public affairs issues, and athletic events often overlooked by major media outlets. Also see WNUR Jazz Show.
WPKN 89.5 FM - Listener supported, completely independent, Connecticut-based station.
WUMB 91.9 FM - Folk radio at 91.9 FM Boston-Worcester-Falmouth and 91.7 FM Newburyport.
WWOZ 90.7 FM - The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Station, a community radio station operating out of the French Market Corporation Offices in New Orleans, Louisiana. A listener-supported, volunteer-programmed radio station. WWOZ covers many events live in and around the city and across the United States. It also broadcasts live from the famed New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival annually.
Zoomer Radio (740 AM, Toronto) - Features a wide range of specialty programming, from big bands and 50s crooners, to the early rock n' rollers, folk singers, country cross-over artists, and many of today's top artists specializing in 'retro-sounds'. News, sports, traffic, weather.
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