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Kane FM - free eclectic radio stream

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Music MoneySaving
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Music MoneySaving
I just came across this amazing online radio station. It broadcasts an interesting range of reggae, old-skool dance, soul, electronica, house and random stuff.

They have different programmes for different times of day (obviously) -- I've really enjoyed the very early-morning stuff (3AM to 6AM). I'm not so into the dancey/trance stuff that's playing right now, but... it is interesting and I haven't heard it before.

Anyway, I thought it was a great find! Just thought I'd share it with you all:

http://www.kanefm.com/listen/

Does anyone else listen to online radio? I think it's a great way to discover new music (especially with Shazam on hand!). Any other recommendations?

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    I have just discovered Jango.com

    It says "Free radio with only one audio ad per day".

    Huge range of stuff in different classifications. I haven't heard any ads yet.
    Going down the Oteley Road to see the Shrewsbury aces! :T
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    izzitme wrote: »
    I have just discovered Jango.com

    It says "Free radio with only one audio ad per day".

    Huge range of stuff in different classifications. I haven't heard any ads yet.

    Oh, cool -- thanks :-) More of a selection of shuffled playlists than actual radio, but I've found some interesting tunes already!

    I just remembered using di.fm a few years ago. They have a number of radio-like channels for different genres of music. There was some great stuff, but it was a bit hit-and-miss. And I think they have adverts that you can get rid of by subscribing. (I'm sure it was a lot cheaper than £7 a month when I subscribed, though.)

    http://www.di.fm/
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