Internet Radio Recommendations

I find I am listening to music more and more through my internet connected CD player since I replaced my much-loved and well-travelled Technics CD player. As you probably know, the number of stations is bewildering and I wondered if anyone has any suggestions for good stations.
Not bothered about talk/rant radio, so music suggestions please. My tastes are fairly broad, so fire away.
As a starter, I have recently become interested in Reggae music. Beyond the obvious Bob Marley and a few old Trojan compilations, I am an ignoramus.
 

endure

GCM
 

oppoStu

War Hero
I find I am listening to music more and more through my internet connected CD player since I replaced my much-loved and well-travelled Technics CD player. As you probably know, the number of stations is bewildering and I wondered if anyone has any suggestions for good stations.
Not bothered about talk/rant radio, so music suggestions please. My tastes are fairly broad, so fire away.
As a starter, I have recently become interested in Reggae music. Beyond the obvious Bob Marley and a few old Trojan compilations, I am an ignoramus.
KISSTORY
"The best Old Skool & Anthems"
No talking, all music.

10/10 would recommend.
 
KISSTORY
"The best Old Skool & Anthems"
No talking, all music.

10/10 would recommend.
If youre in the mood for smooth, background type stuff I'd recommend Smooth London. Mrs S and I listen while "we're " preparing dinner. Great stuff from various genres, but all smooth.
 
Try here:

Free Internet Radio | AccuRadio Online

I tend to channel hop the classic and prog rock channels, with occaisional forays into the reggae/ska, Motown and Soul channels.

You should be able to find something to you taste. If you register (username and email adress) you can tailor the channel to your tastes, banning songs/artists you don't like and hearing more of those yuo do.
 

Niamac

GCM
Radio Paradise - Near continuous eclectic music channel with no ads and very little speech.
 
I find I am listening to music more and more through my internet connected CD player since I replaced my much-loved and well-travelled Technics CD player. As you probably know, the number of stations is bewildering and I wondered if anyone has any suggestions for good stations.
Not bothered about talk/rant radio, so music suggestions please. My tastes are fairly broad, so fire away.
As a starter, I have recently become interested in Reggae music. Beyond the obvious Bob Marley and a few old Trojan compilations, I am an ignoramus.
You could do worse than try a few Internet Radio portals. No one portal has all the material. Quality and range of genres vary with some being better than others for different types of music or talk. Get a feel for the type of music that works for you then look for it on more specialist stations.

You can either save your favourites or save a stream string to play back using your own media player software or browser. The following are a starting point, rather than recommendations.

TuneIn | Free Internet Radio | NFL, Sports, Podcasts, Music & News
Internet Radio: Music from Thousands of Stations
Broadcast and Monetize Your Station with SHOUTcast
https://www.radionomy.com/en/style

Happy listening
 

morsk

LE
Radio Paradise - Near continuous eclectic music channel with no ads and very little speech.
Eclectic is another word for shit
 

mrdude

War Hero
Digitally imported - vocal trance and progressive trance are stations I listen to quite a bit.
 
Thanks so far. I know I can search through my iPad etc (and do) so that’s a good start. The better stations then get stored in the tuner. Keep them coming!
 
I use TuneIn Radio on my mobile - mostly for UK radio stations when I am commuting etc. but it has global stations which should cover every genre that you might be interested in.

Radio garden is fantastic - radio stations all over the world - use a rotating globe to pick a country and zoom down to individual areas and see all of the radio stations - if you are after a particular station it is easy to find but it is also great fun just to pick random stations and have a listen.

Finally, something a bit left field, but very enjoyable nonetheless

You are listing to Los Angeles

Now covering many more cities than just LA, Youarelistening.to mixes ambient music with police scanner radio, air-traffic control, numbers stations, spoken word & a bunch of other random things. Found footage, musique concrete, and the perfect ambience. The website originally began with the Los Angeles police stream, “You Are Listening to Los Angeles,” and has since expanded to over 28 cities as well as other vocal API overlays, including broadcasts from JFK Airport, LAX and NASA.
 

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