Speak Into My Good Eye Is On The Radio

Listen to free streaming Speak Into My Good Eye (SIMGE) Radio on Pandora.com

I’m still working out the right mix of music but we’re up and running:  http://fb.me/AwqeJs3E

About rote7123

Chris graduated from The College Of New Jersey in May 2011 with a Bachelor Degree in Journalism and Professional Writing, as well as a degree in Communication Studies. He has held down a position in the Asbury Park Press’ Sports Department since September of 2010 and is a contributor to the outlet's Arts & Entertainment section, and has contributed to The Aquarian Weekly all while being the sole operator of Asbury Park's premier music news outlet Speak Into My Good Eye.
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2 Responses to Speak Into My Good Eye Is On The Radio

  1. Sheil says:

    I’d encourage you to check out Slacker Radio at slacker.com. It has a much larger library of music than Pandora, and it tends to repeat music less often than Pandora. You can also fine-tune stations, meaning you can specify whether you want to hear deeper cuts by artists on the station or more popular songs, newer or older music, and how often you want it to play new artists you might not know.

    Slacker also has genre-specific stations that are actually run by real DJ’s, not just computers like Pandora. I talked to Scott Riggs, the DJ for the Alternative and Indie stations and the Director of Radio Programming at Slacker, and he seems to know his stuff when it comes to music. His Alternative station is phenomenal. He used to DJ at 91X in San Diego, but got fed up with the limited playlist they forced him to manage, so he left and started working at Slacker.

    I’ve tried both services extensively, going back and forth for months, and Slacker came away the clear winner. They have a free service that allows for some limited station customization, but if you pay $5 a month or $48/year for their premium service (cheaper than Pandora’s), you get unlimited station customization, no ads, and station caching (it downloads songs to your smartphone so you can listen to the station when you don’t have service).

    Check it out, and if you’re really interested, I’m going to buy a yearly subscription in a week or so, and along with it, they’ll give me 10 1-month Slacker Plus passes to give out to friends. I can toss one your way if you’re interested.

  2. Sheil says:

    By the way, here are links to a couple of stations I’ve personally built:

    1. Bonnaroo 2010, featuring music by artists who performed at this year’s Bonnaroo: http://slacker.com/r/CMVjv
    2. WRXP, featuring songs you’d hear on 101.9 RXP. It’s basically a replica of the FM station, but with limited ads (or no ads if you have Slacker Plus): http://slacker.com/r/CGl1v

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