Who doesn’t like interactive maps? Well, Radio Garden has a great one: you can use its global map to browse around the world and find radio stations that are pinpointed for you and listen to them.
Based out of Amsterdam, Radio Garden says it has found thousands of stations. It started out “as an exhibition project commissioned by the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision,” and it was “created, designed and developed by Studio Puckey & Moniker.”
When you click on one of the pinpoints, Radio Garden will give you the name of the station, the city and country where it’s located, a link to the station itself, and list other stations nearby. Pretty neat.
Related: We’ve previously blogged about Viny Hub’s map that pinpoints all of the record stores everywhere, and Slate’s map that shows every place that Bob Dylan has sung about.