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Shed FM Internet Radio goes live
A new online radio station, Shed FM, has gone live on the web, broadcasting non-stop new music, live sessions and chat 24/7.
Powered by Belgium-based website Radionomy, the station really is based from a Shed. Every day at 7pm, there are exclusive live sessions broadcast from the Paris-based Shed, while the UK-based Shed takes over for the rest of the day with non-stop music.
The daytime playlist features artists such as Feist, Radiohead and Blur alongside the likes of Carrie Haber, Le Galago, Bidgie Reef & The Gas and Marmaduke Dando. Every song has been 'hand-picked' by the Shed FM team with one idea in mind - "if we like it, we'll play it".
Shed FM's Gareth Cartman said: "This is an exciting time for Internet Radio. Everyone can have their own radio station these days, but not everyone can commit to making their radio station a quality station. Here at Shed FM, all we want to do is promote the artists we like, and give people something new to listen to.
Initial audience figures have been encouraging, says Cartman, and adds that "the blend of our exclusive live sessions with non-stop music is already creating a buzz. Our daytime playlist is growing by the day, and in the evenings we go slightly more left-field, mixing jazz with dance and an eclectic mix of music."
To listen to Shed FM, visit http://shed.fm.
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Shed FM is Internet Radio promoting new music, with live sessions, chat and an eclectic "hand-picked"