Radio Ultimae is back on iTunes!

Our sister station, Radio Ultimae is back on the iTunes Radio directory listing.  Radio Ultimae suffered from the same glitch that made OEM Radio vanish from the listings a couple of weeks ago.  We manage both Radio Ultimae and OEM Radio, and as you may know, there’s a little bit of crossover.  Ultimae Records is one of our label partners, and we have a large amount of their music in the OEM Library.

We started Radio Ultimae a few years ago because we felt the label’s catalogue offered a uniquely pleasant soundtrack to life.  This station features only music from Ultimae Records: single tracks, but also full albums which are almost always mixed cohesively. The label many amazing compilations including two series (Fahrenheit Project and Oxycanta), as well as full albums from the label’s flagship artists: Solar Fields, Aes Dana, Cell, Carbon Based Lifeforms, and Sync24.

Radio Ultimae offers a wonderful soundtrack to all of life’s experiences whether they are nominal or sublime.  Check it out:

How to tune in:

iTunes > Radio > Ambient > Radio Ultimae


Click this link for the direct stream

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9 thoughts on “Radio Ultimae is back on iTunes!

  1. I love your station. I’ve missed it these past several weeks. I’m happy to hear you’re back, thinking you might have gone away forever. Anyway, when I click on Radio Ultimae (in iTunes), I’m still unable to connect to the stream (I’m defaulting to the station below yours). Any advice?



    • Hi, actually Radio Ultimae has been discontinued. Not sure if the label will continue it in the future, but when the free bandwidth ended, the label elected not to continue streaming. Perhaps just for the time being, not sure.

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  2. Sad news. I miss Radio Ultimae. It was my #1 station. At least now I know why I was unable to tune in.
    Thanks for the great tunes and introduction to such wonderful bands. The music was energetic enough to bolster activities and yet quiet enough to not overwhelm thought: a unique blend.

  3. The life is not the same without Radio Ultimae… Sad but true- the best things in life one day ends. I hope it will be resumed shortly

    • Hello Marius,

      I believe we’ll be able to get the station restarted soon. Many people have expressed a strong desire to the label, so now it’s just a matter of allocating financial and personnel resources to the task.

  4. Come back to us Radio Ultimae … You’ve been gone far too long!

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