is a concept that died in Minneapolis years ago. It never had a chance to take off before being assimilated by the RadioBorg -- the idea that you play good songs, regardless of whether or not they fit under some canned "format." The Suburbs. The Beatles. G-Love and Special Sauce. X. Tori Amos. Adam and the Ants. Loretta Lynn. Trip Shakespeare.Their playlist
definitely leans more toward the "alternative" side of the dial than anything else, but now, thanks to Minnesota Public Radio's brand-new station
, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the musical variety. Submit a request online
. Not fortunate enough to live in Minnesota? You can still listen along to commercial-free radio a couple of different formats
. Viva la revolution!
posted by RKB
on Jan 28, 2005 -