Synthesizer Greatest Radio


SG Radio - the Best in Synthesizer Music!

Founded in 2015 as Synthesizer Greatest Radio the station has been renamed into SG Radio!

SG Radio presents the very best in electronic music - we play the classics from the 70s, 80s and 90s as well as recent and contemporary tracks! And as we would like to present you a wide range of electronic music we are not biased to a certain genre of electronic music.

Besides the big names such as Jean Michel Jarre, Vangelis, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream or Klaus Schulze we are also playing great music by artists such as Philippe de Canck, Karl Bartos, Andreas Vollenweider, Mike Oldfield, Jan Hammer, Ed Starink, Pino Donaggio, John Carpenter, Johan Timman, Bernd Kistenmacher, Helmut Teubner, and many others! We also play great music by less known artists and offer newcomers to present their music on our station! And as we are addicted to synthesizer music of any kind we also have a passion for Eurodance and progressive/art rock like Saga, Yes or ELP!

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    Our scheduled shows
    • inoct

      The best retro trax from the John Carpenter, Jan Hammer, David Hasselhoff, DynaTron, and many others.

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      Synthesizer Soundtracks
      The best synthesizer-based film and TV scores - Vangelis, Ken Freeman, Pino Donaggio, John Carpenter, and many others.

    • inoct

      Best of Electronic Music
      The best electronic tracks from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and from today - presented in our special show.

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      Best of Eurodance
      The best Eurodance tracks from the 90s - with tracks from Haddaway, 2Unlimited, U96, Culture Beat, and many others.

    Album of the Month

    Alex Christensen (U96) feat. The Berlin Orchestra

    U96 is back... well, at least the mastermind of the famous techno project from the 90s, Alexander Christensen, is back with a stunning album which combines modern beats and classical orchestral music.

    In fact it's somewhat funny why it took so long until somebody popped up with an album like this.

    The track selection is sometimes a tiny bit underwhelming, but it's not easy to choose from a de facto innumberable amount of classic 90s dance tracks. Sometimes the tracks lack of the strophes parts of the songs and are focused to the refrain only - especially the rap-part in Snap's wellknown song Rhythm is a Dancer is desperately missed. The general orchestration and the interplay of classical instruments with modern synthesizer sounds is unbeatable! Besides some minor issues this album is a must-have for every fan of 90s dance music!

    Coming soon: an extensive review.