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Author Topic: Favorite Internet RADIO stations?  (Read 98 times)

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Favorite Internet RADIO stations?
« on: October 01, 2020, 08:37:32 PM »
I enjoy Spotify and Pandora, but sometimes it's fun having a human DJ do the work instead of a heartless algorithm.

Who are your favorite internet radio stations?

My favorite is METAL SHOP ROCKS which has been my go-to for a gazillion years now. I swear I found them when I had AOL dial-up, but who knows now. I'm mostly focused on Thrash & Power metal, more new stuff and new bands that the old stuff, but Metal Shop Rocks is my nostalgia connection when I want to hear 80s metal, deep cuts I barely remember, rare live stuff, cool songs from long gone bands who never "made it", and fun interview clips of all the metal knuckleheads. 

https://metalshoprocks.torontocast.stream/listen-metal-shop/

I'm sure "internet metal DJ" has the ROI of publishing RPGs via PDF, so it's a labor of love, like buddies who used to make mix tapes off the radio just to share what they enjoyed with their friends.