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My Sonos Is an Internet Radio

At the end of last year I bought a Sonos Play:1 speaker and a Sonos Connect stereo component to add super-simple on-demand music streaming to a couple of rooms in my apartment. I’ve really enjoyed how well the platform seamlessly integrates with services like Spotify, TIDAL, Slacker, Pandora and Deezer Elite, while also easily tapping […]

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The Linx Radio Funk Bus!

ARTxFM to broadcast soon; Linx radio gets Funk Bus; Soma.fm launches Thistle

Louisville, Kentucky’s business paper says that one of our favorite Internet radio stations is going to fire up its Low Power FM signal in the fall. ARTxFM won its Federal Communications Commission LPFM construction permit late last year. Now the station’s General Manager Sharon Scott is telling the Louisville Business First that the operation has […]

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How Weird

WTJU floats; ARTxFM boomboxes; Soma.fm weirds out; WDNA videos live jazz

Boatloads of events and performances are happening across community radio-land, especially during subscriber marathon season. Lots of stations are posting Facebook pix and videos of what’s going on. Here below, for example, is the Dillard Center for the Arts Jazz Band live on the air via South Florida jazz station WDNA during their latest subscriber drive:   Meanwhile WTJU recently […]

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Where to find classy Halloween indie Internet radio

This Halloween all the big streaming music services will, as usual, cook up perfectly decent curated  channels. But here are various indie online sources that will offer something better than the norm. Classical station WQXR in New York’s Q2 “living composers” channel will be running their second Halloween scarathon with 20th century content that will definitely […]

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Using Soma.fm as your life soundtrack

I’ve been listening to Soma.fm a lot these days. The listener supported service reminds me that radio at its best functions as a sort of accompaniment to one’s daily life. You’ve picked a station because the signal musically or narratively reflects in some positive way the world as you experience it. Thus the venue validates […]

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