Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Radio AFI Debuts on Slacker Artist Showcase

A press release was just posted regarding a new radio station called Radio AFI. The press release stated:
AFI and Slacker, Inc. today launched Radio AFI, a radio station featuring songs from the long-running California quartet as well as artists that have inspired their unique sound along with commentary and introductions from AFI band members. Radio AFI is now available for free in the Slacker Spotlight on the web, on home entertainment devices and leading smartphones.

Radio AFI can be accessed in the Slacker Spotlight station category from any Slacker Radio application or direct on the web at To get the free Slacker mobile application, simply direct your mobile web browser

“Radio AFI is a truly eclectic mix of music including songs that inspire us and what we love to listen to,” said Davey Havok, AFI lead vocalist. “Slacker is doing new and innovative things with music and we’ve enjoyed building this experience to provide our fans with a personal look into our world.”

Radio AFI was programmed by AFI lead vocalist Davey Havok, drummer Adam Carson, bassist Hunter Burgan and guitaristJade Puget. The station provides listeners with AFI hits and deep tracks combined with handpicked music that has influenced the band featuring artists ranging from Jimi Hendrix and Marvin Gaye to Nine Inch Nails and Bad Religion.

“Our Artist Showcase provides artists an opportunity to share their passion for music and connect with their audience in a unique and compelling way,” said Scott Riggs, Director of Radio at Slacker. “By working directly with AFI, we are offering their fans the chance to discover rare insight into their favorite band in a personal radio experience unlike any other.”

Whether listening on the web, webOS smartphones, BlackBerry smartphones, iPhone and iPod touch, Android-powered smartphones or a Slacker-enabled Sony TV or Blu-ray player, Radio AFI listeners have instant access to the group’s favorite music along with artist profiles, album reviews and album cover art with unique commentary from AFI members.

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