Funkazoid Radio is not like other Radio Stations or Streaming DJ Websites — and we are proud to be different.
Our DJ's use only real turntables — you know, those things with needles that play records? We are not against DJ's who use Controllers or CDJ's to spin music — we are simply turntable enthusiasts who want to showcase & maintain this art form.
There are no permanent time slots for Live Streams on this website. Artists select their show times on a week-to-week basis — they may choose to do several shows a week, one a week, or only one a month — it's completely up to them. This policy gives all of our DJ's the opportunity to perform in competitive time-slots.
Check out our Schedule for upcoming shows.
Want to hear some funk, but we aren't currently broadcasting a Live Stream? Not to worry — our Archives are available 24/7 to view on this site. Any video in the Archives can also be downloaded if you would like a copy. See the Help section for a tutorial on downloading videos from our Archives.
This website utilizes the latest web & streaming technology. Funkazoid-Radio.com can deliver real-time video & audio to any Device, on any Operating System. No additional software, links, or external sites are needed to view our Streams or participate in our Chat Room.
Logins, chats, and all transactions on this site are secured with 256-bit SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Encryption. Click the Lock in your browser's address bar verify this site's security.
A choppy stream or buffering (the "spinning wheel") is usually due to:
If you're using a PC or laptop and have access to an ethernet connection ("hard wired"), we recommend viewing the stream this way. Otherwise, you should connect via a WiFi connection with a strong signal.
If you're using a mobile device (smart phone or tablet), you should definitely be on WiFi. We do not recommend viewing the stream using mobile data, because it is not reliable and can cost extra money if you go over your data limit.
Clear your internet history. If you don't know how to do it, try a quick Google search.
We recommend Google Chrome for all Devices and Operating Systems.
All videos in our Archives can be downloaded. We provide this service as a courtesy so you don't have to worry about using up your WiFi or Data bandwidth.
1. Click the Down Arrow on the bottom right side of the Video Player. This will open the Video in a new window.
2. Now, click the Down Arrow again (bottom right) and the Video will start downloading.
3. You can close the new window that was opened, and the video will continue downloading. Just make sure you don't quit out of your browser until the video is finished downloading, or the download will fail! (It may take some time, depending on the size of the video, and the speed of your internet connection.)