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- Radio Stations
- Air America Radio
- KANU (91.5 FM in Lawrence, Kansas)
- KCRW (89.9 FM in Santa Monica, California)
- KEXP (90.3 FM in Seattle, Washington)
- KKJZ ("K-Jazz": 88.1 FM, University of California, Long Beach, California)
- Radio Paradise (Paradse, California)
- Virgin Radio (108.5 FM, London, UK)
- WBER (90.5 FM in Rochester, New York: "Playing the best in Alternative Music since 1985")
- WEBK ("K105": "The Mountain," from Killington, Vermont. The station's format is considerably more inclusive than its "All Rock Radio" slogan implies.)
- WFMU (91.1 FM in the New York City area; 90.1 FM in the Hudson Valley area)
- WFUV (90.7 FM in New York, New York: Fordham University's radio station)
- WMOT ("Jazz 89," broadcasting from Murfreesboro, Tennessee)
- WRLT ("Lightning 100," Nashville's "progressive radio")
- WRVU (91.1 FM in Nashville, Vanderbilt University's radio station, on which "The Mad Pad" aired)
- WXPN (88.5 FM in Philadelphia: brilliantly eclectic mix of music)
- WXRV (92.5 FM in Boston: "The River," a good [adult] alternative rock station)
- WYYB ("The Phoenix," 93.7 FM in Nashville: "an eclectic mix of acoustic-based music, featuring blues, folk, alternative country, jazz and bluegrass"; ceased broadcasting 5 Aug. 2002).
- RadioInfo ("Radio's Complete Resource Center")
- Radio Shows
- All Songs Considered (Ever wondered what music was playing in between segments on All Things Considered? Then this site's for you.)
- Basic Hip Digital Oddio. Not so much a radio show as a website devoted to music from "the fifties and sixties, focusing on pop instrumentals, soundtracks and incredibly strange music." Hosts the radio show Space Age Pop Music.
- Coverville. Podcast devoted to covers. Very cool.
- Dr. Demento Show:
- Fool's Paradise (airs on WFMU)
- Fresh Air (Terry Gross' weekday interview show on public radio)
- Greasy Kid Stuff (airs on WFMU). The hippest "kid show" out there. Sadly, the show is over, as of October 2006. But archived GSK shows and playlists are still available...for a while, at least.
- Inside Jazz (Terry Rosen's show, which aired on South Carolina Educational Radio). In mid-December 1998, this show went off the air, but SCERN declines to comment on why.
- The Kitchen Sink (Todd Dominey's eclectic mix of music aired on South Carolina Educational Radio, but went off the air in July 2000.)
- Little Steven's Underground Garage
- The Retro Cocktail Hour (Darrell Brogdon's weekly venture into "vintage recordings from the dawn of the Hi-Fi Era," on KPR)
- Marketplace (a program about business, once hosted by David Brancaccio and now hosted by someone who sounds like his clone)
- Vague But True (Tim Bedore's regular Marketplace feature)
- Space Age Pop Music, hosted by Basic Hip Digital Oddio.
- This American Life (Ira Glass' weekly show on public radio)
- The Writer's Almanac (Garrison Keillor's "daily program of poetry and history")
- News on the Radio (links on the "News Media" page)
- General Music Resources
- Music Stores
- Note: the following music stores have either gone out of business or been taken over by a competitor: CD Universe, Music Boulevard (now part of CDnow), Musicspot.com, and SoundStone.com (which became part of Rock.com, until Rock.com folded), Tunes.Com (site now leads you to Rolling Stone).
- If you find any broken or misspelled links, please let me know! Thanks!
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- Last updated
November 21, 2007