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Best Radio Station Dallas 2009 - The Indie-Verse

Readers' Choice: The Ticket KTCK-1310 AM

You won't find The Indie-Verse on your AM or FM dials. And only for a short period of time could you even find the station on your HD2 frequencies (assuming you're the only person in the world to actually have one of those receivers). But here's the trick about The Indie-Verse: You might only be able to listen to it by streaming the station on its Web site, but it's got the very best play list in town, playing everything from Pere Ubu to Memory Casette—or, basically, the kind of music that real music fans seek out. Even though it lost its spot on your HD dial, the folks at the local branch of CBS Radio are committed enough to the idea of the station that they're still funding the thing, even without a frequency. And with good reason: Aside from the great tunes, regular listeners are treated to an almost overwhelming amount of free tickets to some of the best shows in town. So do yourself a favor and listen. 'Cause, by doing that much, you just might force CBS to put the station back on a dial near you. And that'd be a favor for everyone.

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Michael Raymond
Michael Raymond

The Indie-Verse has been doing quite well on its new dial now on KJKK 100.3 HD3 (despite the cruddy AM-like audio quality). And yes, I do agree that it has a nice diverse Indie playlist. If it stays on the HD dial, that'll be the station for swimming pool parties.


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