They're Playing Your Song In Cyberspace
Whatever you're looking for, chances are it'll be hipper in New York than anywhere else. One big exception is radio. I work in New York, live nearby, and find that the Big Apple's on-air musical offerings run from insipid to mediocre. The high cost of buying a station means programmers aim for the broadest audience. Musically, you get the bland leading the bland. So when I want cutting-edge radio, I boot up my PC and spin the dial--on the Internet--where hundreds of stations offer everything from acid rock to zydeco.
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