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7 Online Radios to Listen to While Coding 🎵💖

7 Online Radios to Listen to While Coding 🎵💖

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·Mar 22, 2022·

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A while ago I did a discussion, asking whether developers prefer to code while listening to music or not. I was surprised about how many positive answers I got.

Therefore in this article, I collected some of my favorite radio stations that you can use to get some awesome music and increase your productivity while coding.

I will provide you with the direct link, give you a concise description of it as well as include the screenshot, so you can get an initial impression on the fly.

Science-first approach creates music that sounds different–and affects your brain differently–than any other music. Paid product with 3 days free trial.


FreeCodeCamp radio

24/7 music designed for coding by FFC. One station with the option to tune in to the best bitrate closer to your location. Recently played list and equalizer on top of coding GIF.


An online radio based on some of the most popular YouTube radios for coders. Includes beautiful GIFs and handy keyboard shortcut navigation.


The perfect playlist with one click. Hit play and get into the zone instantly. Three stations to suit your mood: chill, jazzy or sleepy. Includes both free and premium plans.


A unique and eye-catching design. Lots of lesser-known tracks that are worth your time exploring. As of the time of writing includes 63 episodes.


Single station music if you are in the chillstep genre. Been around for quite a while. Recently played list and background packs for further customization.


DevTunes FM

An online radio to boost productivity for coders. As of writing, there are 28 different stations and 160K tracks listened. Personal creation based on SoundCloud API.


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