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We are back and sounding better via 107.5 FM!

The phoenix rises from the ashes. Well, to make a long story short…we got our gear back up & running.   An unexpected bonus were the new chips in our new unit, that meant a much better sound quality to our broadcasts. FM will never be digital, but our broadcast sounds pretty damn good.  This transmitter seems to have a more ‘solid’ signal.  All of our tests of the...

A call to all of our listeners!

We need your help! Our primary FM broadcast transmitter has gone to a better place. R.I.P. Unfortunately we are now running on a backup transmitter at a reduced wattage until we get a repair or replacement and now there is no backup!  We are a non-commercial & non-profit radio station and wholly depend on donations to operate and to cover our expenses. We do not receive government or...

Special thanks to Pete Naughton…

…from The UK Telegraph for rating andHow.FM as one of the “best internet radio stations” in the world! We are apparently “…a regular source of musical surprises.”  So why aren’t YOU...

Lynley’s Birthday Bash

Live from Ngati Cul-de-Sac, Aotearoa! Birthday celebrations for the lucky listener & loyal fan of andHow.FM, Lynley Warn who was granted her birthday wish of having the radio station programmed just for her! We will be broadcasting LIVE all day long from the soiree.  Starting it all off in the early afternoon with Sideways with a Badger w/Chris Munday and then LIVE from the party hosted by...

Happy Birthday andHow.FM!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO US! It was 15 years ago on 8th November 1998, that we started off on this wild & wicked ride that is andHow.FM! What a long, strange trip it’s been! Our commitment to remain commercial-free and independent has always kept us thinking outside the box, but we couldn’t have done it without all of you!  Consider our new website as a gesture of our appreciation to...

The 80s Underground

Truly a lost genre of radio programming until now… Underground music [ˌən-dər-ˈgrau̇nd ˈmyü-zik] comprises musical genres beyond mainstream culture. Any song that is not being legally commercialized is considered underground. Such music may tend to express common ideals, such as high regard for sincerity and intimacy, freedom of creative expression as opposed to the highly formulaic...