10 Best Free Radio Websites

Nowadays, there are dozens of websites dedicated to allowing anyone to listen to what they love. No matter your musical tastes, there is something out there for you. Here are the top 10 free radio websites around the internet.

1. Pandora

Pandora is one of the top music streaming websites out there. You can choose whatever you want to listen to, no matter the genre. This website allows you to listen to oldies, gospels, film scores, rock, hip-hop, foreign languages, and more. You can have 100 stations that are customized to your tastes. Pandora also helps you find new music that’s similar to what you already like.

2. iHeartRadio

iHeartRadio allows you to listen to musical stations of your own as well as radio stations you may like. If you listen to a morning show on the way to work, and you love your hosts, you can also listen to the show on the computer! iHeartRadio hosts some of the most popular AM and FM stations from cities across North America. If you love it, chances are iHeartRadio has it.

3. Live365

Whether you love alternative, blues, classical, talk, reggae, oldies, or some other genre, Live365 has it all. You can create your own stations based on what you love, and it will suggest others that are similar. You can also create stations based on themes such Christmas, Halloween, and others. It also allows you to listen to radio stations created by other people.

4. RadioTunes

RadioTunes is focused on giving you your daily music fix. It has music you may not have even heard of. You can choose radio stations based on current top hits or the best of the ‘70s, ‘80s, or ‘90s. It also has oldies, smooth jazz, new age, and relaxation channels tailored just for you.

5. Slacker

Slacker is another top online radio service. It takes personalization to a whole new level. You can play the channels you want at any time and even create playlists hosted by actual DJs. Like Pandora, you can dislike songs you hate as you create stations based on what you love. New music is added constantly.

6. AccuRadio

AccuRadio is a great place to listen to music. It has fewer commercials than most major stations, and you have unlimited song skips. While you can create stations by genre, you can also create a station of popular music. Plus, you can also make a station called “Surprise Me” and listen to random music. Who knows? Maybe you’ll find your next favorite song in a place you never suspected.

7. Jango

Jango has been featured in USA Today and The Wall Street Journal. It’s easy to navigate, so nearly anyone can use it. You can listen to music based on whatever artist you love, the top music of the day, the best of the year, and more. It even features holiday music to get you in the mood.

8. TuneIn

TuneIn allows you to listen to radio stations anywhere in the world, which is unique compared to most websites, which only offer access to stations in the United States. It doesn’t matter if you love electronica in Europe or talk shows in Australia, you can listen to it. You can search by location, genre, station type, or name.

9. Soma.fm

Soma is famous for broadcasting alternative, electronic, trip-hop, and more for over a decade. This service is user-supported, meaning there are no commercials during broadcasts. Plus, most of the stations on this site are rarely heard anywhere else. While it takes a little familiarization, once you learn how to use it, this website may become your new best friend.

10. Spotify

While other stations may not give you the exact song you want to listen to, Spotify will give you what you want, when you want it. It’s free and ad-supported, but it’s an amazing music streaming website. You can pay $5 a month to remove ads, which is pretty cheap, but there’s not much reason to.

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Posted on May 5, 2023