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Who still listens to FM? It can be argued that broadcast radio is no longer important, that our love for streaming media services has made the tuner obsolete. In these times of instant gratification, we often face a reality of choice overload. So we rely on algorithms to determine what we hear next, and for the most part, it works.
But there's something missing. The disconnection between ourselves, the music, and those who surround us. FM enables us to experience something that someone else, anybody within reach of those modulated waves, can at that exact moment, hear exactly what we are. It's a safe place, that we can miss when we leave, and find comfort in when we return. Something that may have been there since our first day, while we were growing and maturing into adulthood. Invisible, but surrounding us, part of who we are, part of our culture.