Broaden your musical horizons

If you’ve ever spoken to me, you’ll probably know that I don’t get on well with what people call ‘popular’ music (I would go into specifics, but that’s another blog post entirely). Instead, whenever I listen to the radio, it’s usually tuned to BBC Radio 6 Music.

The songs that play on Radio 6 would be what people call ‘alternative’. On weekdays during work hours you’ll sometimes hear songs that are also played on Radio 1, only without the drum and bass, manufactured bands or songs that I prefer to call ‘horrible noise’. Outside work hours, you’ll find the music becomes more obscure, playing all the other genres that Radio 1, 2 and 3 won’t dare to play. Whether you’ll like it or not depends on what the time is.

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