If you’re like me, you’ve got music playing all day. When you have tapped out your personal collection, want to troll for new music, or just let someone else handle the playlist — you’ll find plenty of Internet radio stations and streaming services. Thankfully, Linux offers plenty of ways to tune into Internet radio stations. From Banshee to Pithos, you have a bevy of options at your fingertips.
Each of the applications we’ll cover can be installed by simply searching for the application in your distribution’s Add/Remove Software tool and installing from there. So, installation should not be an issue. If, however, the software is not found in your distribution’s standard repository, do a search to find out of the software has a binary installation file or the source code that can be compiled.