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Oldies webradios

Personal recommendations. Expect at least 80% non-stop music when there’s nothing mentioned about shows/presentation.

80s music

General 90s music (+ possibly surrounding years)

  • Hotmixradio 90 – From France, playing, general 90s mainstream, but also late 80s and early 00s tracks fitting the format.
  • Absolute Radio 90s – From the UK, playing general 90s mainstream and semi-alternative tracks.
  • 1.fm Absolute 90s – Unknown heritage. A wide variety of mainstream 90s music. !!! Warning: You have to register with Facebook before you’re able to access this station at the website.

90s dance (+ possibly surrounding years)

  • Double XX – From Belgium: Dance music of the late 80s and the early 90s. An amateur station with nice imaging.
  • Planet 90 – From the Netherlands (Dutch spoken): A wide variety of commercial sounding 90s dance. Their database is huge and many tracks haven’t been chart hits. Besides a non-stop playlist, there are some shows broadcasted.

00s music

Nearly prehistorical

Various oldies

  • 192 Radio – From the Netherlands (Dutch spoken): Golden oldies, of the 60s and 70s. Sometimes presentation, when old shows are aired again.
  • Extra Gold NL – From the Netherlands (Dutch spoken): Golden oldies, of the 60s, 70s and 80s – and sometimes more recent. Much presentation.
  • KX Classics – From the Netherlands, and playing a wide variety of old music. Partly alternative, partly mainstream.
  • KX Classics 80s & 90s – From the Netherlands. Semi-alternative format. When clicking the stream, it seems to be called ‘KX Classics – The Edge’, and besides 80s and 90s also playing music of the first half of the 00s.
  • Nostalgie – From France, presenting many stations playing a wide variety of oldies. From French chansons to Italian classics and sunny party songs.

Black music of the old days

  • Addicted To Radio, Old Skool Rap – From the USA, playing rap music of the 80s, 90s and a little bit of the early 00s.
  • BMC Radio – From the Netherlands, playing funk, disco, soul and r&b of +/- 1970-2000, although it seems to focus on the first two decades. Contains some shows (but mostly it’s non-stop).
  • Club DDD – From the Netherlands (Dutch spoken): 40 years of soul and disco. Mostly non-stop, sometimes presentation.
  • WeFunk – From Canada: Hip hop, funk, soul and related styles. The stream consists of shows once created in the past (the oldest ones are of the early 00s) and sometimes a recent one. The WeFunk show is a part of the college station CKut, also interesting.
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