The top internet radio stations for 2020 (part 3)

Radio Free Brooklyn, Brooklyn, New York

Radio Free Brooklyn is a community radio station that has run out of the basement of a bike shop in Brooklyn, New York. The station provides interesting independent programming, with various interesting talk and music shows that can take you through your day the Brooklyn way.

WQXR 105.9 FM, New York

New York’s WQXR is one of the world’s most-listened-to classical radio stations. It is also among the oldest FM stations and the best internet radio stations in the world. It is an excellent place which showcases the best composers to tune into, especially for those who are looking for some serious music for work or study or who are enjoying a bottle of red wine.

KUSF 90.3 FM, San Francisco

You can explore the extremely varied sounds of the Bay Area on the University of San Francisco’s radio station – KUSF. Its programming is overtly Californian, offering warm-weather jams that listeners are hard-pressed to find elsewhere.


Exclusively playing songs from television and film, Cinemix is an all-soundtrack station. The station broadcasts from Toronto and highlights the excellent works of iconic film composers such as John Williams and Hans Zimmer.

NTS Radio, London

NTS Radio was founded in 2011 by Boiler Room co-creator Femi Adeyemi. The station provides listeners with a massively diverse selection of prerecorded and live music that is often curated by some most influential artists in the world. It  regularly features more than 200 hosts, whose slogan is Don’t Assume. Famous artists who have appeared on NTS Radio are Floating Points, Gilles Peterson, Thurston Moore, Peanut Butter Wolf, and many others.

Radio Musical De Cuba, Havana

Radio Musical De Cuba is a radio station based on Havana. Featuring an assortment of constantly streaming Cuban sounds, it is considered to be the best place to hear Cuban music.