Despite the fact that most of us have traded in live radio for personal music connections, media-streaming, curated Sirius stations and podcasts, live radio is still alive and well all over the world. If you want to tap into the radio experience all over the world–without pricey subscription radio options–check out the City Radio. The City Radio was developed by design studio Pizzolorusso for brand Palomar to give listeners a portable, Bluetooth device that allows them to connect to 18 different radio regions all over the world. At this time, you can use the City Radio to discover new music and language by virtually travelling to: Athens / Barcelona / Beijing / Berlin / Buenos Aires / Cairo / Havana / Istanbul / Jakarta / London / Moscow / Nairobi / New York / Paris / Rome / Sao Paulo / Sydney / Tokyo. The portable device has 9 physical key spots that you can swap from the 18 options to make sure you have the best representation of the things you want to listen to. Combine all those options with the vintage design aesthetic and you have a recipe for modern success.
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