"Whether broadcasting online or over the airwaves, small community radio stations can wield big power. And no community radio station is more focused on using that power to help the Bay Area music scene thrive quite like San Francisco-based BFF.fm."
It’s National Radio Day! And who better to celebrate with than Best Frequencies Forever (BFF.fm), San Francisco’s DIY community radio station.
"...it only seemed right to end the year with some song, album and show picks from the very BFF.fm DJs we’ve grown to count on all year long."
"This little independent radio station...has been voted SF Weekly’s Best Radio Station not once, not twice, but three times since its inception in 2013. Tune in for a taste of what your community, rather than your computer, has to offer."
Best Frequencies Forever (AKA BFF.fm) has become one of San Francisco’s strongest and most successful community radio outlets, playing everything from Indie Rock, current electronic, to Spooky Horoscopes and all things San Francisco.
Beatrix Gravesguard and Shewolfe are two San Francisco DJ’s bringing some spookiness to the airwaves at BFF.fm., haunting from a discrete location where life-like papier-mâché trees creep up the walls and hang from the ceiling.
We're in the Chronicle! Check out which band on the Treasure Island Music Festival line up got the most spins on BFF.fm this summer, plus see who DJ Cosmic Amanda is most excited to see this weekend.
Compiled by Shewolfe and Beatrix Graveguard of Astral Projection Radio Hour, "this 14-song set is full of dance-worthy tunes, shout-it-out anthems and a handful of the “sonic spells” they’re famous for..."
We were picked for our stellar tweets on topics such as radio, music, DJing, the Mission, and community. If you don't follow us, get on that!
We're proud to get a shout out from asongaday.co in their Ultimate Music Discovery Guide, mentioned alongside NPR's All Songs Considered, Newtown Radio and KEXP!
"BFF.fm...is a gardener of grooves, cultivating a flourishing community of music lovers, DJs, and other creative types."