Robert Miles Forward Thinking Radio Station OpenLab to Re-Open this Summer.
OpenLab, the forward thinking radio station and arts platform, returns to 106.4 FM in Ibiza and Formentera and online via www.openlab.fm from 1st May 2019. Building on its reputation for expertly curated content and uncompromising vision, this multi-media channel will bring the best of tomorrow’s music and visual art to people all around the world.
This relaunch comes with several exciting new developments. With a renewed vision, fresh energy, updated imagery and programming, and with exciting regular new shows hosted by eminent, diverse talent, including DJ Seinfeld, B-Traits and Fink, plus shows from iconic independent labels such as Ninja Tune, BBE and Stones Throw, OpenLab looks to regain its position as a leading global creative hub.
Complimenting these new hosts, and core to OpenLab’s ‘lean back’ appeal, is its thoughtful music programming connecting listeners to the infinite world of electronic music, with non-stop programming of regularly updated, meticulously curated playlists, delivering daily soundtracks to suit every mood and moment, from the future pioneers, open minded labels and dynamic artists of ‘Tomorrow’s World Today’.
The bold return of OpenLab is news the team hope that will bring a smile to the face of real lovers of independent music, art and culture. Managing Director, Quentin ‘TinTin’ Chambers (himself a prominent figure in dance music culture, having founded both the UK’s legendary ‘Energy’ raves in the late 80’s, and the pioneering online-radio station Groovetech in the late 90’s) said ‘We’re incredibly proud of what Robert created and to be taking his vision forward. In a world dominated by huge platforms offering only a tyranny of choice and creative mediocracy, there is honestly nothing quite like OpenLab out there. This has been demonstrated by the enormous support we have been receiving this last year from the community, and I ask all those who are creatively minded listening in, lean back and let us know what you think.’