Rinse FM Receives Radio License
- Words: Patric Fallon
After 16 years of broadcasting illegally as a pirate radio station, London's Rinse FM has finally secured an FM radio license. For those of you thinking it will change the forward-thinking station's style or format, the crew announced in their press release, "the license will allow us to continue our mission, broadcasting in the pirate format that we and our listeners know and love." As the primary source for new dubstep, grime, drum & bass, garage, and more, not to mention a top-notch team of DJs and MCs, Rinse will continue as the pulse of London's underground urban music scene, let's hope for at least another 16 years.
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