1. Have you ever had to run to class or work and missed your favorite Broadcaster in action? Or wanted to check out a new Broadcaster but thought you should first review their track record before committing to the cause? Or, you are a Broadcaster and your guests are asking you about sets/songs you played weeks ago and it just all gets lost in the musical madness that you have to juggle as a digital streaming superstar?

    Well, have no fear because Archived Broadcasts are officially here.

    It’s like the glorious DVR invention, but for your Broadcast music library. Just add an “s” on the end of the Broadcaster’s URL (so http://grooveshark.com/#!/les.voyageurs/broadcast becomes http://grooveshark.com/#!/les.voyageurs/broadcasts) and you can choose the event and the Broadcast date, organized by genre and title from the options available. Screenshot example for us visual learners, below:


    And if you’re a Broadcaster yourself and feel like you had an off day? (How embarrassing that you played a song 2x in a row, no one can ever know!) You can easily delete anything from the past. Sort of like when you realize you don’t realllly need every episode of RHOBH recorded, just the past, say, seven.

    Hopefully this little tool will give you hours of listening pleasure and/or will act as a great resource for music discovery.

    Questions/comments/concerns/praise? We want to hear it! 

    -by Anna Murphy

  2. Killer session we filmed with Gainesville-based artist MSNRA. 

  3. Qualcomm debuts AllPlay wireless streaming music solution at CES 2014, with Grooveshark as a featured service. Read more >

    Qualcomm debuts AllPlay wireless streaming music solution at CES 2014, with Grooveshark as a featured service. Read more >

  4. The weekend is almost here! Enjoy your Friday afternoon with these #FollowFriday Broadcasts:

    2-3pm EST Video game music (Multi-Genre)

    3-4 ♪♫Spirit of the Season♫♪ (Seasonal)

    4-5 Chill, Relaxing?, Positive (Ambient)

    5-6 ♪♫ Greatest Hits ♫♪ (Pop)

    6-7 Alternative, Indie, Eclectic Radio (Indie)

  5. Sometimes, you hear a song that takes you back to a particular moment in time. Whether it’s the song you played on repeat in high school or the anthem of your college years, music can take you back. From Blues Rock to 90’s Goodies, listen to today’s #ThrowbackThursday Broadcasts for the music from your past.

    3-4pm EST BLUES ROCK (Blues Rock)

4-5 Superhits 80’s (80s)

    5-6 90’s goodies! (20 Somethings Nostalgia)

  6. Happy Friday! Kick your weekend off early with an afternoon of music brought to you by these great Broadcasts:

    12-1 - 
Hot Hits (Pop


    1-2 - 
United K-POP (K-pop, Japanese


    2-3 -
 ☯ R E L A X ☯

    3-4 - 
Prozac FM (Ambient) 


4-7 -  ♪♫Spirit of the Season♫♪ (Seasonal)

  7. Go back in time with these throwback Broadcasts.

    12-1:00 pm

    60’s & 70’s Rock

    1-2:00 pm

    Free Love & Bell Bottoms

    2-3:00 pm

    Best Classic Rock Of All Time

    3-4:00 pm

    80s, Best of

    4-5:00 pm

    I ♥ the 90s

    5-6:00 pm


  8. It’s Friday! Come follow these Broadcasts!

    Here’s a sneak peek of the schedule:

    12pm - Mr. Moon (Alternative, Indie, Eclectic Radio)

    1pm - Rakanishu  (Minimal, Techno, Tech House, Deep House)

    2pm - Georgia Boy (Country Mix)

    3pm - Les Voyageurs (Folk & Proud)

    4pm - Hip-Hop/Rap Station Nr.1

5pm - Jamaica FM

  9. We have only one problem with this Seattle-born/Queens, New York-based rapper’s Potential Fans mixtape: the title. Because when a project harnesses the production prowess of some major names in the game (Yuri Beats and Tommy Kruise to name a few), we blow right past “potential” and straight into super-fan status.

    When an artist’s own tracks are pure gold, the only thing that could elevate their worth is collaboration with other key players. And Aaron Cohen definitely plays nice in the industry sandbox.

    It helps that Cohen’s rapping style is almost a contradiction – it’s aggressively chill. It’s intense in a way that’s captivating, but it’s accessible enough for people who don’t consider themselves hip-hop aficionados to appreciate it. He’s catchy like Kid Cudi but with a classic 90s like tempo and flow (as heard on the track “Ego”).

    On the opener “True” he asks, “What are you going to do if your dreams don’t come true?” A question that’s relatable, resonating and is the perfect preface to the rest of the musical dialog. Lyrics to the title track “Potential Fans” shed light on the meaning of the phrase: “I ain’t got critics / I got potential fans.” And while the theme may seem a bit arrogant, Cohen does it in a “confident but not cocky” way that merits our respect.

    Second standout song “Why You Mad For” is notable for a few reasons. For one – the track is featured on the Grand Theft Auto 5 mixtape, a credible honor that speaks for itself. And then of course there’s the music. The distorted dramatic entrance is backed by a static synth and carried by a steady beat. While the chorus keeps the tempo, the vocal ferocity increases repeating the lines “Why you mad for? Why you mad for?”

    By this point we’re realizing Aaron Cohen is a rule bender. But we look the other way, because as we all know, good music is allowed to break the mold. 

    Cohen’s Potential Fans mixtape is out today via Decon Records. So stream it on Grooveshark & if you like what you hear, you can download it here.

    By Anna Murphy

  10. For this week’s #ThrowbackThursday, we’re bringing you six different Broadcasts from 1PM - 7PM EST in genres ranging from classical to rock to 90’s. Check out the schedule and listen in:

    1pm - Classical Classics 24h

2pm - Evolution of Rock

3pm - Classic Rock

    4pm - I Heart the 80’s -00’s

5pm - Best of 80’s vs. 90’s  

6pm - Power Hits 80’s 90’s 00’s

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