My apologies if this topic doesn’t belong here or has been created elsewhere.
I’m listening to the Edge tonight and about an two hours ago I heard two intern/radio school/community sounding females talking about the night ahead music-wise.
Since then it’s been pretty much wall-to-wall R&B… (plus ads) at first more rhythmic but now much more hip-hop. Occasionally the work experience person comes on… most recently with some guy with a ‘put-on, try-hard’ East LA accent.
It’s sounding good. Nice and tight and reminds me of Power 106.
Just a few points:
- it’s great to listen to the Edge without Mike & Emma highlights and promos (indeed, this seems to be a Mike & Emma free zone).
- The music is great. It’s all new or pretty new. None of this ‘jammin’ that some US night shows do.
- The three people running this show are obviously big R&B/Hip Hop fans…
Is it fair to say this is almost like an outsourced show? Ala Wild nights on River 94.9 back in the day?