Looking for a wider range of current music than what's on your iPod but can't muster the time or energy to leave your house and go clubbing? Awdio offers live music streams from a selection of global nightclubs (including lots from Australia, albeit with a distinct Melbourne bias), played directly into your browser. Just click on the club name to get started. Since the broadcasts are live, your favourite club might well be silent if you log in during working hours, but there's enough coverage to ensure you'll find something. Awdio is free to use, requires registration.
Awdio Lets You Go Clubbing From Your Browser
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