New Wave Radio Stations

We have 64 radio stations playing New Wave.

"Radio Saint Germain"

Alas de Libertad

Genres: new age

RMI - Disco Fox Maxi-Singles 12

RMI - 01. RadioMaxitalo
Genres: 80s electronic new age

The Wolf 64 AAC

The Wolf Australia - New Country Radio

Genres: new country

Synthetic FM The New Italo generation sound

The New Italo generation channel - Synthetic FM
John Sauli - Can't Stop the Rain
Genres: new italo disco 80s electronic

Yimago 4 : New Age Radio

Kevin Kern - Fields of Gold [2005]
Genres: new age ambient meditation nature


Oingo Boingo - Dead Mans Party
Genres: new wave alternative 80s

La tocata rumbera

Genres: reggaeton new wave merengue

Genres: folk new age rock

Italo Disco & New Generation

Angelico *Dj-Tom* - Another World (New Generation Extended Vocal Mix)
Genres: new generation dj

The RockHistory Station

The All-American Rejects - Swing Swing
Genres: classic rock new wave punk | Classic Alternative


Genres: the new wave alternative

" - Classic New Wave"

Boomtown Rats, The - I Dont Like Mondays
Genres: rock new wave


Mike & The Mechanics - All The Light I Need [1t4k]

Genres: new age

The Wolf 128

The Wolf Australia - New Country Radio

Genres: new country

DJ utahPablo Streamming Station

Canned Heat - Boogie With Canned Heat - 01 - Evil Woman
Genres: top 40 new age

Anima Amoris [New Age] 160 MP3

Va - Re-Evolution Vol. 4 Essence CD 1 Mixed By James Monro *
Genres: new age chill ethnic fusion

Wicca Radio Internatiional

Mixed Artists - Loreena McKennitt Bonny Portmore
Genres: new age

Sleep Radio

Forrest Smithson - Given [hpC]
Genres: ambient new age

" - Classic New Wave AAC"

Boomtown Rats, The - I Dont Like Mondays
Genres: rock new wave

80's New Wave Radio

Playing 80's New Wave and Alternative Rock Music
Gene Loves Jezebel - Desire *** 80's New Wave Radio ***
Genres: 80 s new wave alternative rock

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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