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New Delhi's has closed broadcasting operations

The station will now operate as a "music discovery service"

  • Becky Buckle
  • 15 April 2022
New Delhi's has closed broadcasting operations

Based in New Delhi, community radio station has ended its broadcasts so that it can run as a streaming website.

After closing its physical station in February last year, boxout have now revamped their website so listeners can listen to mixes, interviews, podcasts, live sets as well as archived broadcasts.

"The purpose of this shift is to highlight the incredible richness of the archive," radio manager Ayesha Dikshit said in a press statement.

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The statement continues by explaining that it "was a tough one,” and that the team is committed to presenting fresh content by local creators.

The station was originally launched as a party by Mohammed Abood, AKA DJ Mocity, which went on to become a label and now streaming site.

The boxout Wednesdays club night returned in March and is now held at New Delhi’s Auto Kitchen and Bar.

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To celebrate their fifth anniversary, boxout Wednesdays will be hosting a series of events this month with artists such as Nina Las Vegas and SUCHI.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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