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Toast Radio is a streaming music server playing a freeform radio format of alternative, melodic rock and independent music with folk, big band, ska, rockabilly, electro-swing, jazz, alt-country and many more styles being featured.

Toasty tracks are played weekdays into the evenings Pacific time. On the overnight, Toast Radio goes extreme freeform, opening the doors to a collection of over 31,900 tracks from 2,620 albums.

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Milk and Honey

by Audra Mae off "Audra Mae"

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by Sherwood off "Sing, But Keep Going"

3:15 ∙ Alternative ∙ 2005

Just For Now

by Imogen Heap off "Speak For Yourself"

3:00 ∙ Electronic ∙ 2005

Robots

by Dan Mangan off "Nice, Nice, Very Nice"

4:04 ∙ Alternative ∙ 2010

Horse Armor

by Slow Runner off "Mermaids"

2:55 ∙ Alternative ∙ 2008

The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)

by Simon & Garfunkel off "The Best of Simon & Garfunkel"

1:53 ∙ Singer/Songwriter ∙ 1999

Side With The Seeds

by Wilco off "Sky Blue Sky"

4:15 ∙ Alt-Country ∙ 2007

Cadillac

by Combustible Edison off "I, Swinger"

1:39 ∙ Space-Age Pop ∙ 1993

Long Week

by Georgie James off "Places"

3:23 ∙ Alternative ∙ 2007

One More Time

by Good Old War off "Broken into Better Shape"

3:53 ∙ Alternative ∙ 2015

Perfect

by Fairground Attraction off "The First Of A Million Kisses"

3:37 ∙ Neo-skiffle Pop ∙ 1988

Funnyman

by KT Tunstall off "Drastic Fantastic"

2:56 ∙ Pop ∙ 2007

Hey Julie

by Fountains of Wayne off "Welcome Interstate Managers"

2:38 ∙ Alternative ∙ 2003

Barrel of A Gun

by Guster off "Lost And Gone Forever"

3:10 ∙ Alternative ∙ 1999

Lucky You

by Beth Thornley off "Beth Thornley"

2:35 ∙ Alternative ∙ 2002

Rusted

by The Cloudsmen off "The Cloudsmen"

2:58 ∙ Power Pop ∙ 2003