Part Pandora, Part Turntable.fm, Radical.fm Opens To Indie Musicians

image from ww1.prweb.com Radical.fm is part Pandora, part turntable.com. When it launches later this year, this personalized streaming music service includes the ability to "RadCast" streams in real time. A related service, Radical Indie will offer a free, worldwide internet radio service for musicians and fans of unsigned artists. A DJ feature allows musicians to host their own programs and speak directly to fans.

How Indie Artists Can Get Involved Now:

Prior to launch, Radical.fm is encouraging indie artists to upload music and other assets to Radical Indie now.. Uniquely, uploaders control a buy button which can be direct almost anywhere for purchase, including the artist's own web site.

“We want to give independent musicians a creative and promotional platform, and are thrilled that we can offer a powerful tool on a world-wide basis for free,” said Radical Founder and CEO, Thomas McAlevey. “Radical Indie will be similar to our conventional service, Radical.FM, but with no music label imposed restrictions on territory or functionality."

An Intro Video:


Editor's Note: As with any service, we reccomend that you read and understand the terms and conditions prior to uploading your music.

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  1. Tried it as a listener. Worked nice, but needs a much better design… visual matters a lot, take a look at Earbits.com, they have it right…

  2. Currently loving turntable but thinking they’ll eventually get killed cause they won’t be able to claim the title of “internet radio”. This option seems more viable.

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