I've been listening to my station a lot now, and I've come to the conclusion that my playlist is ready to move forward. When I first started this venture I really thought I'd be posting a lot of long sets. But in reality, nobody wants to hear a long set unless they're in a more intimate environment.
Even after 15 years of being an all out EDM sewer rat I still have no idea who the biggest show is and all that stuff. I can find that out any time at Beatport or something like that. I keep getting sidetracked with older tracks that I really want to play because I believe they are really good and that people will like them. That would be awesome if people liked them.
So here I am thinking that "yeah, I know everything there is to know about Trance music" - yeah right. I knew nothing and make it a point to continue to know nothing. I know I fell in love with Oceanlab about a million times last night. For real.
Setting up an Internet radio station: Some Things to Consider
Next time, I will outline the various radio station services and software that you can choose to use when setting up your station. Just remember, all software is not created equal.
- Darren Surette is a journalist and broadcaster from Halifax Nova Scotia