What is Proton Radio?
Proton Radio is an internet radio station that plays all forms of electronic music (progressive, tech, deep, breaks, etc). We broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Proton Radio is committed to exposing new talent and supporting the DJs and producers who have defined and redefined electronic music.
I am in an office/corporate environment or behind a firewall, and can't connect! What should I do?
You should use the main server's address, http://184.108.40.206/stream/1041/listen.pls when connecting through a firewall. If your firewall allows access to the web, then it will allow your media player to connect that address.
How can I record, download, or even purchase Proton Radio broadcasts?
Proton Radio prohibits its broadcasts to be recorded. Currently, broadcasts are not available for downloads. To purchase music put out by the Proton label, please visit our store. Also try visiting Beatport and EDM Digital if you're looking for singles.
If you wish to obtain a specific broadcast, we recommend that you contact the artist directly or post a message in the Proton message board. If it is a regular Proton Radio show, please refer to their show page for contact information and messageboard forum.
Where can I find tracklistings to sets played on Proton shows?
When available, tracklistings of shows can be found on its show page (see the SHOWS section for a complete list of shows). If the tracklistings were not provided by the show host, try contacting him /her via the show's individual message forum or by posting your inquiry on Proton's Trainspotter's Lounge forum.
How do I contact Proton Radio?
If you wish to contact Proton Radio for any reason -- to offer promotional ideas, to acquire information on a Proton Radio DJ or to offer general feedback -- please refer to the contact page for the appropriate person. Don't forget to check out the Proton message board for updates, track listings, events and other discussion topics.
Where is Proton Radio located?
Proton Radio does not have a centralized headquarter location. The staff is located throughout the United States and Canada: Dallas, Los Angeles, Montreal, New York, Salt Lake City, San Francisco and Toronto. Our fans, however, are global.
Is there a Proton Radio chat room I can join on the internet? If you would like to speak to Proton members as well as many other similar-minded individuals who enjoy the same quality of music played on proton, you can join #protonradio or #proghouse on EFNet. To do this you will need an IRC (Internet Relay Chat) client. We recommend you use (please note many other clients are available for both platforms):
Once you have installed this program you must connect to EFNet and then join #protonradio. Below is an example of what you may type (without quotes) to connect to a server and join the channel: "/server irc.easynews.com"
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