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8K.NZ is still on top of the online radio world

8K.NZ is still on top of the online radio world!


Christchurch based online radio station 8K.NZ is a finalist in the "Best Online Radio Station" category of the Mixcloud Online Radio Awards (MORA).

Just in time for New Zealand Music Month, 8K.NZ is once again a finalist in the "Best Online Radio Station" category of the Mixcloud Online Radio Awards (MORA). This is the third year in a row that the station has been a MORA finalist, and we're sure it will be third time lucky. If you dig our sound, then head over to the awards site and give us your vote:
http://www.mora.fm/nominee/8knz/

What is 8K.NZ?
8K.NZ is an internet radio station streaming a full-spectrum sound selection from post-earthquake Christchurch, New Zealand. Launched in July 2016 by a pack of battle hardened radio veterans, musicians, DJs, and young upstarts, our non-commercial and democratically driven station features “music picked by people”, and not some tasteless algorithm.

Expect a sonic orgy of locally sourced organic content, brand new tunes and old school classics merged into an eclectic mix of everything from the latest indie guitar tunes to glitch-hop. The current roster is comprised of eighteen shows hosted by a number of respected members of the Christchurch underground music scene.

To tune in or find out more visit www.8k.nz and check out the live stream directly on the website. You can also listen via the 8K app which is available for free from Google Play for Android devices and from the iOS App Store for Apple dpple devices. The station is also available via TuneIn and radio.net.

8K.NZ - Bringing back the underground.


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