New Wave Radio Stations

We have 84 radio stations playing New Wave.

Ambient Radio .org - Deeply Beautiful Chillout Music - A Heavenly World of Sound - Life is Sound (edit)
Genres: ambient chillout meditation lounge new age

TOP 80 radio

Genres: 80s rock pop new wave disco

Y Country - Commercial Free

Cole Swindell - Aint Worth The Whiskey

Genres: country new country

Matt Johnson Radio

Matt Johnson - Remembering Kristopher (Remastered)
Genres: new age smooth jazz piano meditation

Healing Music Radio - The music of Peter Edwards

Peter Edwards - Song for Reiko
Genres: easy listening ambient new age cinematic


Sub88 - Mental Place #02
Genres: new age

Cretorama Radio

Fats Waller & His Rhythm - I Got Rhythm - 1935
Genres: eclectic new age chill out

Radio Love-it

Jakub Tencl, PhD - Hypnosis for boosting immunity (subliminal version)
Genres: new age

Sleep Radio Stream

Music For Mother And Baby - While Siblings Gently Sleep [fVr]
Genres: ambient new age


Riley Lee - Meditation 101 - Traveller's Song
Genres: new age

Ambi Nature Radio (Sleep, Relaxation

Ambi Nature Sounds - Relaxing Mountain Water Stream (Listen more on Spotify)
Genres: new age ambient easy listening


Sight of Wonders - - - Hiro
Genres: new age

Relaxation Island

Glenn D Wright - Fiona ©
Genres: new age

80s Forever - We Keep The 80s Alive

Voice Of America - I Will Tell
Genres: 80s adult alternative new wave indie rock alt rock power pop post punk

96.9 The Oasis - The World's Smooth Jazz Place

Richard Elliot - City Speak [City Speak]
Genres: smooth jazz new age jazz

Gem Radio New Wave

Peter Schilling - Major Tom (Coming Home)
Genres: new wave

RAM FM Eighties Hit Radio

Bush, Kate - This Woman's Work
Genres: 80s pop new wave

Radio Mela

Sinead O' Connor - I Want Your (Hands on Me) - 1988
Genres: 80s 90s italo disco pop new wave


Coyote Oldman - Compassion - Reverence
Genres: new age


Johann Johannsson - The Theory Of Everything - Domestic Pressures
Genres: soundtracks classical new age

About New Wave Music

New wave is a general term used for pop and rock music from the 1970s to the 1980s which had its links to punk rock. Originally the genre was comparable in certain aspects to punk rock, but it would later go on to incorporate elements of electronic music, pop, disco and goth rock. New wave was one of the commercially successful sounds of the 1980s.

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