It’s official. The Bristol-based underground radio station is now Ofcom registered.
Bristol-based radio station Noods Radio has now become an officially Ofcom registered station and will be making the move from online-only to digital DAB radio on 15 July. Noods currently celebrates the latest underground electronic music with weekly guests and over 260 regular residents including Bruce, Aleksa Alsaka, Ossia, 96 Back, FOQL, MLE, BRVTALIST & D
To celebrate the move to the Bristol airwaves, Noods have invited guest residents onto the station for the next three months including Peder Mannerfelt, Izabel, Neek, Jave
Nood’s Leon made a brief statement on the news: “We’re REALLY excited by the prospect of becoming a terrestrial station. The opportunity for someone to stumble across the station or just tune in easily in the car is something that we’ve always dreamed about and it’s just mad to know that people will be able to do it from next week.”
Noods Radio is an independent radio station that started broadcasting in 2015 from Stokes Croft, Bristol, since then it has welcomed a range of underground artists and grown into a broadcaster with a diverse range of shows and contributors.