Happy Holidays from andHow.FM!
Dec23

Happy Holidays from andHow.FM!

From all of us at team #GotIndie we wish you a Very Safe & Happy Holiday Season! Tune in to the best indie & alternative Christmas music playing all throughout the day and all week long, along with special holiday themed shows from all of your favorite radio hosts to get you in the holiday spirit! Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Kwanzaa & Happy New Year from andHow.FM! Ngā mihi nui mō te Kirihimete! -The andHow.FM...

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Happy Birthday andHow.FM!
Oct20

Happy Birthday andHow.FM!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO US! It was 19 years ago on 8th November 1998, that we started off on this wild & wicked ride that is andHow.FM! What a long, strange trip it’s been! Our commitment to remain commercial-free and independent has always kept us thinking outside the box, but we couldn’t have done it without all of you!  Special appreciation goes out to all of our listeners from over 150 countries all over the world! Thanks for listening and especially your gracious and generous support. Cheers to your ears from the guys & gals at andHow!...

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No Facebook.  Bad.
Mar25

No Facebook. Bad.

After over 5 years in its current form, the 107.5 andHow.FM Facebook page is persona-non-grata at Zuckerberg Hall. In spite of our numerous financial transactions with the social media feed’s attempt to turn a profit with our ads over the years.  As of 25th March 2016, our Facebook page has been taken down. There was no warning. No messages to advise of anything that required a review based on their convoluted, confusing, acceptable use policies. We were not aware of any questionable content and have extensively reviewed a RSS feed of our Facebook page post history and are still scratching our heads.  We still have had no communication from them, before or since this incident. One minute we were there, the next minute.  *POOF*!  Nothing. Nada. Nil. Nein. Nyet. This was a on-going and organic collective effort from our international on-air personalities and announcers such as Chris Munday,  Jeff Shelton, Marty Kuhrt aka. Marvin Hamster, Brian Blum, Jonathan L, Ola, Mark Copeland, Dennis the Menace and the indie music blog FEW Music.   A place where we could all regularly jointly promote our extraordinary passion for music with colorful and talented personalities, to create and maintain a platform for nurturing and developing the indie rock entity, that after 17 years is simply known as andHow.FM. We have submitted the standard “what the hell is going on here?” messages via their “Report an Issue” support portals.  Which you can do yourself, any little support certainly couldn’t hurt our efforts for reinstatement.   You can click here and have your say! The original URL of the page – https://www.facebook.com/107.5andhow We are expectedly a bit disappointed in their draconian efforts to do something so heavy-handed, based on a dogma that is completely unknown to us or anyone else at this stage.  This is especially disturbing because we were also long time paying customers of Facebook Ads as well.   But in spite of the perceived setback, we are still jamming the free world, one person at a time since 1998. P.S.  We are still alive and well on Twitter for those of you who are so inclined.  Be indie, Reverend...

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Sonic Bliss
Oct14

Sonic Bliss

Let’s all go to the chill out room. Chill-out [chĭl -ˈau̇t] music (sometimes also chillout, chill out, or simply chill) is an umbrella term for several styles of electronic music characterized by their mellow style and mid-tempo beats — “chill” being derived from a slang injunction to “relax.” A non-stop, 3-hour groove with the best in Trip Hop, Dream Pop, Acoustic, Ambient and World Grooves, designed to help you unwind. Join your host Mark Copeland as he broadcasts from his chill room. For showtimes check out our live programme...

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Under The Radar
Oct14

Under The Radar

New Music, Old Favorites, Buried Treasures, Imports and Indies. Indie rock [ˈin-dē ˈräk] comes from “independent,” describes the small and relatively low-budget labels on which it is released and the do-it-yourself attitude of the bands and artists involved. Although distribution deals are often struck with major corporate companies, these labels and the bands they host have attempted to retain their autonomy, leaving them free to explore sounds, emotions and subjects of limited appeal to large, mainstream audiences.  Your host Mark Copeland presents music that’s made for the radio, that corporate & commercial radio tends to ignore, direct from the Motor City, Detroit MI! For showtimes check out our live programme schedule!...

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