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Dave Holden

The Spirit Of Radio equivalents in 2003.

Post by Dave Holden » Wed Feb 09, 2005 4:37 am



Rumour has it that 107.7 THE END Seattle will be webcasting beginning in March. Then you can hear why I rave. Heard New New order yet? How about The Postal Service? I have!!!

How about a month of local music? (including indies)

www.1077theend.com



Chris

The Spirit Of Radio equivalents in 2003.

Post by Chris » Fri Feb 11, 2005 2:34 pm

I sent The End an email to ask them about listening to them over the internet. I got a reply from John McIntyre (jmcintyre@entercom.com)saying "Try back in March."

Dave Holden

The Spirit Of Radio equivalents in 2003.

Post by Dave Holden » Fri Feb 25, 2005 8:34 pm

There ya go! Try in March. The overnight is freeform, so you hear a lot of new, punk, b-sides & surprises. The morning show is very dry and has local bands play live on fridays. You'll love it! email me & let me know what you think!!!

Dave Holden

The Spirit Of Radio equivalents in 2003.

Post by Dave Holden » Sun Mar 13, 2005 4:11 pm

March 13 and still not streaming.

John VanOphem

The Spirit Of Radio equivalents in 2003.

Post by John VanOphem » Wed Mar 16, 2005 4:47 am

I've been listening to a fairly decent "retro" station out of San Diego called DayGlo Radio.

Its a fairly eclectic mix.

Their site is http://daygloradio.com/

Dave Holden

The Spirit Of Radio equivalents in 2003.

Post by Dave Holden » Thu Mar 17, 2005 2:41 am

http://1077theend.com/ is now streaming online!!!

Dave Holden

The Spirit Of Radio equivalents in 2003.

Post by Dave Holden » Wed Mar 23, 2005 7:18 am

alternative portland is now streaming: http://947.fm/
read their alternative mantra at the website. Sister station to the end, but distinctively different. The chill show 3-4am (Toronto time) is great. Great radio is spreading... south.

Dave Holden

The Spirit Of Radio equivalents in 2003.

Post by Dave Holden » Wed Mar 30, 2005 4:39 am

after a good listen, any thoughts on either station?

gofer

The Spirit Of Radio equivalents in 2003.

Post by gofer » Fri Apr 01, 2005 4:56 am

both are good. better at night.

dtradio

The Spirit Of Radio equivalents in 2003.

Post by dtradio » Mon Apr 11, 2005 10:40 pm

WEVL Memphis is trying to get back into webcasting. In the meantime, terrestrial broadcasting of Sprit-era music has been on WEVL's The Modern World radio show for close to five years. Perhaps I'm a little nostalgic for the old music.

Dave Holden

The Spirit Of Radio equivalents in 2003.

Post by Dave Holden » Sat Jun 25, 2005 4:18 am

107.7 The end is streaming at:
http://wmc1.liquidviewer.net/KNDD
"Seattle's Alternative"

94.7 NRK
http://wmc1.liquidviewer.net/KNRK
"it's different here"

Of course, BBC6 is great, too!
tell me what you think of the very 'spirited' 107.7 The End

Dave Holden

The Spirit Of Radio equivalents in 2003.

Post by Dave Holden » Mon Jun 27, 2005 5:19 am

http://www.1077theend.com/listingsEntry ... yshowsgray

107.7 THE END Specialty shows are at this link. Also check out the Mash-Ups Section for a laugh- the Killers / Clash one is well done...

EH

The Spirit Of Radio equivalents in 2003.

Post by EH » Sat Oct 15, 2005 12:37 pm

I felt obligated to let everyone who misses CFNY in southern Ontario and western New York about a great Internet site, Auralgasms Radio at:

http://www.auralgasms.com/Radio/playing.aspx

They are a very-professional, commercial-free broadcast of the best in Alternative music. I've heard SO many unique songs from the old CFNY playlist and great new modern-day counterparts. For instance, I just heard alternative flashbacks from Leonard Cohen ("Everybody Knows"), Midge Ure ("Dear God"), and even the Bollock Brothers ("Harley David"). Since CFNY changed their format, I had not heard a New Order, Depeche Mode, Kate Bush, etc. song played until I found the Auralgasms Radio website. Thank goodness for the Internet.

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Post by zumby » Thu Oct 20, 2005 7:53 am

One of the cooler things about Auralgasms Radio is the request feature. You can browse the entire catalog of songs, find what you want to hear and click Request. Your song will automatically queue up and probably play within 15 minutes.

There is also a page where you can view the Recently Added songs.

There are also specialty shows for Dreampop (Aural Bliss), Singer Songwriters (Aural Cafe) and Flashbacks (Retrogasms)

http://www.auralgasms.com

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Post by SMoKaLoTaPoT » Mon Feb 06, 2006 1:08 am

:lol: Flashback Alternatives is the best one yet for the net :D



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