On a fractured scene for which the go-to metaphor has always been a crab bucket, On&On was a uniter with friends on all sides.
I’m here to remind that the radio dial in Boston still offers a cornucopia of sounds known and unknown, music that is often deftly curated by musically obsessed volunteer disc jockeys at college stations. With the possible exception of the Bay Area, we have the best and most unique radio dial in the country.
In the past two weeks alone, the Dig has been excited to see several stories that we first dug into, in some cases with help from the Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism, that have since been picked up by the larger mainstream media.
Help keep multi-generational radio on air as it moves to a dial near you.
For people who are just starting in the Commonwealth, unlicensed frequencies offer programming that can’t be found elsewhere on the dial.
Friendly Fires made “I’m Good, I’m Gone” a sultry dance track to end your evening on the perfect note. Make sure to use it as such.