Personal recommendations. Expect at least 80% non-stop music when there’s nothing mentioned about shows/presentation.
- Deep FM – From the Netherlands (Dutch spoken). Many kinds of dance music and a complete, thought-out program schedule.
- Kif Radio – From France. I’m especially talking about the ‘original’ Kif (there are three stations more): a mix of disco, funk and groovy house.
- Paris One – From France, and home of various dance streams. I personally prefer Paris One Reverse: techno, tech-house, minimal and subtle kinds of ‘regular’ house. And sometimes I tune in to ‘Deeper’.
- Pro FM – From the Netherlands, despite the English language: Many kinds of (quite) mainstream, danceable music, of the late 70s till now. Often non-stop, sometimes presentation.
- Radio FG – From France, and home of various dance streams. I personally prefer Underground FG, playing the same kind of music as Paris One Reverse (mentioned before). I also recommend FG House Chic.
- Echoes Of Bluemars – Bluemars – Unknown heritage. Spacy, ethereal music, somewhat similar to the station below – although I prefer that one.
- Echoes Of Bluemars – Crysleep – Unknown heritage. Ambient music, zero beats, non-stop. The ‘Echoes Of Bluemars’-streams are copies of the original Bluemars streams btw, made by a fan of the (since a couple of years not existing anymore) original streams.
- OEM Radio – From the USA. Many kinds of electronic music, at their Facebook page they say ‘downtempo, IDM, ambient, dub, minimal techno, psychill, glitch-hop, others’.
- Soma FM, Groove Salad – From the USA, playing lounge/downtempo.
- Soma FM, Drone Zone – From the USA, playing ambient music.
- Alternative Radio – From France: Many kinds of exotic and urban music, of the 60s till now.
- Bolz Radio – From France, playing many kinds of music, but often on the funky/soulful/jazzy/urban/world music side, and often unknown stuff.
- Bruzz – From Belgium (Dutch spoken). It’s been put into this category because of the genre shows late at night (often published at their Mixcloud account), bringing many deep cuts. During office hours it’s a station with local news from Brussels and better known tracks.
- FIP – From France: A mix of pop, funk, jazz, blues, urban, world, a little bit of hip hop and electronic, and even classical music. With presentation, in a subtle way though, by sweet female voices.
- Nova – From France. Many kinds of music, old and new, often semi-mainstream and often urban/funky/world music oriented – but also regular pop. Much presentation.
- Pedro Basement Broadcast – From France: Laurent Garnier plays his favorite tracks, in many, many styles.
- Radio Fly Foot Selecta – From France: Exotic sounding music, much reggae.
Various genres, but often pop or rock
- BBC Radio 6 – From the UK, playing many kinds of pop and rock music often not that mainstream. Much presentation.
- KX Radio – From the Netherlands (Dutch spoken): Lots of radio djs (partly well-known, partly less-known, partly young talent) present their favorite tracks. A big part of the playlist is pop/rock oriënted, but there’s also other music. Much presentation.
- Pinguin Radio – From the Netherlands: A bunch of different stations playing (mostly) quite alternative music.
- Studio Brussel – From Belgium (Dutch spoken): Varied music, old and new, often semi-alternative. I personally recommend Lefto’s show, broadcast from September till June but always available at Mixcloud. Much presentation.
Various genres, impossible to make head or tails of it
- Ckut – From Canada. A Montreal based college station, playing tracks within about 1001 styles, often quite obscure. You can download their shows; among them the great WeFunk show. Sadly, there are no playlists published.