New Streams Cover Specific Styles and Genres
Electro-Music.com has expanded its streaming radio service to five streams. The new streams feature playlists that focus on specific styles of electronic and electro-acoustic music. Tune in by visiting radio.electro-music.com.
Howard Moscovitz, Founder of electro-music.com, explains the philosophy behind the radio streaming service. “We create not for profit but simply for the joy and love of it, freely sharing our music on our web site and on our network of streaming radio stations. Our volunteer curators create playlists to feature the great diversity of our members’ music and to focus on its vitality and quality. These stations are the voice of the electro-music.com community, freely shared in the spirit of generosity. Thanks to everyone who has contributed their music and labors to make our streaming radio network a reality.”
The expanded list of radio streams are as follows:
- Radio 1 – Primary Stream
- A mix of all music types and the place for live streaming events.
- Radio 2 – MKII
- A selection of the best rhythm and melody driven music from the electro-music.com archive.
- Radio 3 – Ambience
- Mellow ambient and chill music. Relax and enjoy the ambience.
- Radio 4 – Intense
- Fast tempo, heavy, intense, glitchy, and noisy. Music that makes you want to either dance or thrash your head around wildly.
- Radio 5 – Experimental
- Experiments with unusual composition and sounds. This includes live performances, latency jams, modular noodles, and anything else that expands your concept of music and composition.
Get Your Music Heard
All musicians are encouraged to share their creative commons music on the site. Just post in the the Online Music forum. The music directors managing the playlists will review the music and add it to the appropriate stream. Ensure that you follow the site conditions when posting.
Electro-Music.com is an online community for electronic and electro-acoustic musicians. It is a multifaceted site with a streaming radio station, chatroom and forums. The forums include sections for music, specific instruments and manufacturers, as well as an extensive DIY section. Electro-Music.com also hosts several annual events where electronic musicians gather for seminars and performances.