An app that streams Electronica type music?


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  1. KAL-EL

    KAL-EL Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I am still relatively new to android apps and was wondering if there was an app any of you might know of that would enable me to listen to Electronica/House/Trance type radio stations? Thanks!
     

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  2. schad89

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    Pandora
     
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    vbhokiefan Well-Known Member

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    android online radio
     
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    skunkpbguy Well-Known Member

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    Droid Live, lots of euro stations to choose from
     
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    The_Chief Accept no imitations! Moderator

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    You can also open your browser to m.psythik.com and listen to Groove Salad or one of the other electronica channels there :)
     
  6. Moonraker

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    Besides just Pandora and Slacker internet radio applications. There is also Radiotime, which is basically a program that allows you to access regular radio stations that podcast online. there are some techno/dance radiostations on there as well (iParty, etc). It's worth a look and cool if you have a favorite radiostation that streams online
     
  7. KAL-EL

    KAL-EL Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for the tips folks, much appreciated!
     
  8. colnago

    colnago Well-Known Member

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    Droid Live, and if its not already there, check out:

    www.ibizasonica.com

    Deep house, tech (Carl Cox Global sets), and off-peak hours they play "chill".

    If listening on PC, you can record sets via Real Player, with a "12 hour buffer" (ie, you've been listening for 4 hours, and decide you want to record the set from 2 hours ago, just rewind, then hit "record").
     
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  9. DatacomGuy

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    Going to grab Droid Live also..

    Di.fm needs to come out with an app.
     

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