XRadio gained nearly 5,000 total listeners in the month of May over the previous month’s total, nearly reaching our all-time most total listeners record set back in February. In addition, we continued to see growth in total nations tuning into the stream, smashing the previous record with 153 countries. That’s literally 78.5% of the world’s nations tuning into XRadio in May 2021! That’s awesome. This is the XRadio Listener Report for May 2021.Read More
XRadio brings you the June 2021 XRadio Featured Artist of the Month, Canadian multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter, THE FOOLE.Read More
XRadio’s Featured Artist of the Month for May, 2021 is singer-songwriter IOVA – an emerging Romanian artist on the electro-pop music scene. Her most successful songs are “Be Like Water” and “Down on my Knees”, a collaboration with Romainian DJ/Producer Paul Damixie. Her newest release, “What’s the Point” was released April 26, 2021.Read More
XRadio is looking for unsigned or independent artists that are ready to increase their reach. From Second Life grid Live Singers to unsigned bands and solo artists, you can get your music out there to the more than 40,000 monthly XRadio listeners and visitors to our website.
XRadio can showcase you as a Featured Artist of the Month on its internet radio stream. We will play an original song by you with a preceding quick bio to give listeners some information about you… including your website, upcoming releases, social media, etc. We will then play this track every six hours for 28 days on XRadio.
Song must be an original work at standard length, not an entire maxi-single. Information for the web page and bio must be provided with the audio track. All independent artists are encouraged to participate in the program.
For more info: Click Here.
June 2021 – THE FOOLE – XRadio Featured Artist of the Month
XRadio is an internet radio freeform music station streaming live from the XRADIO.ZONE in Second Life. The forty-meter Tower of Power spreads our signal throughout the grid. Auto DJ programming includes rock, rap, rave, and remixes.
Individual sets/shows are controlled by the DJs performing and are not beholden to any type of station-wide playlist or rotation schedule. Experimentation, spontaneity and humor are among XRadio‘s most frequently noted distinguishing traits. The station does not belong to any existing internet radio network, and most of its programming originates with volunteers.
When a live DJ isn’t on air, XRadio will broadcast with DJX – an automated DJ.
What is XRadio?
Become an XRadio Volunteer
XRadio Internet Radio is expanding across the grid and is looking for DJs. Due to the increased and spectacular growth in the numbers of listeners, affiliates and partners, XRadio is looking to expand our current staff of radio DJs. It is an awesome opportunity to fine-tune your skill and broadcast not only throughout the grid but also online.
There are just a few rules to follow when you broadcast as an internet DJ with XRadio:
✘ DJs MUST use the stream we provide as it broadcasts to the grid AND the internet radio station!
✘ Music must be “clean” (no ads, video stuff, etc) and properly labeled.
✘ There is a strict “NO DRAMA” rule. Follow this and everything will be OK.
All individual DJ sets are controlled by the DJ… we do not have a station-wide playlist of acceptable music. You want to jump into a swamp blues jazz set? Go right ahead! As long as you are original, entertaining and you voice over the stream; you are free to do whatever you want! All we ask is that country music is NOT your primary genre.
Play at your own club! Play at our club! Or we can help you find a club for you to play in! We work with many different clubs and businesses throughout the grid! We also do events for shops and regions. To get the ball rolling, fill out the Volunteer application.
Second Life club owners welcomed to contact about getting their own staff on the grid-wide XRadio stream as well! It is a great way to get exposure for your shop, club or other SIM on a growing radio network devoted to Second Life.For more information, contact Jude Connors.