Acid Flashback – Streaming Internet Radio

acid-flashback-flyer-MEDIUMThe Acid Flashback is a live streaming Internet radio station whose format is a psychedelic blend of  classic, prog rock, new wave, indie rock, reggae, blues, and jazz.  Our focus is on mixing popular songs with live versions, outtakes, deep cuts, bootlegs, and covers to bring the listener back to the days of album rock and free form radio.

With a playlist encompassing more than 9800 songs and greater than 1600 artists, there’s a bigger and better variety of music and song choices than just about anywhere.

For those who grew up with stations like WBCN, WNEW, WMMR, WMMS, or KSAN, you will love Acid Flashback.

We have several  listening options.

Listen in Winamp / iTunes Winamp, iTunes
Listen with Windows Media PlayerWindows Media Player
Listen with RealAudioReal Player
Listen with Mac/QuicktimeQuickTime

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Hear more streaming radio, podcasts and music blogs at Mobile and tablet users – Acid Flashback is also available on the TuneIn Radio app, as well as iTunes Radio – under “Classic Rock.” Over nine thousand songs (and growing) from all your favorite artists such as the Allman Bros, Alice Cooper, Arcade Fire, the Beatles, David Bowie, Black Keys, Buffalo Springfield, the Clash, Elvis Costello, Cream, Eric Clapton, the Cure, the Doors, ELO, ELP,  Jimi Hendrix, Genesis, Grateful Dead,  the Guess Who, King Crimson,  Jefferson Airplane, Jethro Tull, Joe Jackson, Bob Marley, the Moody Blues, Alan Parsons, Pearl Jam, the Police, Pink Floyd,  Procul Harum, R.E.M.,  the Rolling Stones, Santana,  Simple Minds, Smashing Pumpkins, Talking Heads, Traffic, Velvet Underground, U2, the Who, Stevie Wonder, Frank Zappa , and ZZ Top. As a free form station, we also include blues music from the influential greats like BB King, Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, and Willie Dixon, as well as jazz pioneers such as John Coltrane and Miles Davis. We also play new and upcoming artists, whose music would have fit right in the progressive days of the ’60s and 70’s. The list includes Animal Collective, Bastille, Coldplay, First Aid Kit, Foxygen, Radiohead, STS-9, Tame Impala, Umphrees McGee, Widespread Panic, and more.

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