New station needs shows!

Discussion in 'Shows' started by MrTrotters, Oct 8, 2017.

  1. MrTrotters

    MrTrotters New Member


    I have a new station online and am looking for as many different shows as possible to be broadcast over the airwaves!

    Literally anything. The idea and aim of the station is to never limit itself and keep it varied. So djs of dance reggae dance hall house techno? Live musicians wanting an hour slot each week to play their songs? Or just a budding radio presenter playing his iPod playlist? I don't mind!

  2. Red

    Red New Member

  3. Dj house attack

    Dj house attack New Member

    Hi mr trotter
    im willing to do an hours show for you please check my mixes out on
    Ignore the name on URL trying to get it changed by mixcloud as i used to dj under the name Dj mowgli, but i rebranded to Dj house attack.
  4. Spike Deep(T.A.L.E)

    Spike Deep(T.A.L.E) New Member

    good day to you are you still seeking djs ? kindly interested i do lounge variety & sub genres in the lounge scene trip hop etc chill out ,down tempo etc etc kindly check out my mixes here feedback appreciated
  5. PariahBurke

    PariahBurke New Member

    I have a weekly show, and I'm looking for affiliates to carry it.

    I'm looking for stations to carry my weekly 2-hour hard rock and hair bands show, "Hard, Heavy & Hair". This is NOT hardcore metal, death metal, or black metal. It IS hair bands, Glam, 80s metal, and Arena Rock such as Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, KISS, Halestorm, Def Leppard, and Hinder.

    You can listen to the last 15 weeks' shows at and see complete playlists.

    The show already has a following and a social media presence.

    The show features hits and deep cuts from the 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s, and Teens, with unique features and vignettes.
    • "The Cover Song of the Week" vignette plays a hard rock or metal cover song followed by the original version, by the original artist, regardless of genre.
    • "Radio Rewind" is an immersive time-shift regular feature focusing on a single year in the past, playing music that was new that year, while reading headlines and pop culture references from the year as if the listener had tuned into an FM broadcasting from that year.
    • Special "Happy Hour" episodes every 10 shows with different themes. Recent themes have included "Ladies Night," a full hour of female-led rock and metal acts and "American Hair Bands," a full 2-hour show playing 28 of the bands mentioned in the parody-homage song, Tuff's 2001 "American Hair Band."
  6. Harty

    Harty Member

    Hi. My prerecorded jazz show might be of interest, check out my demo at

    Thanks, Steve

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