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How to listen to Beats 1 shows you’ve missed

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How to listen to Beats 1 shows you’ve missed

Missed a are living set or interview you would like you hadn't? Listed here are a couple of tactics to meet up with the Beats 1 group.

Beats 1 has been are living simply over 24 hours now, and there is been a ton of significant content material performed already—my private favourite of the bunch being St. Vincent's Mixtape Supply Carrier, during which the eponymous host made a 80s-inspired dance mixtape for an eleven-year previous woman. In the event you missed a display you actually want you hadn't, there are a pair ways in which you'll be able to catch up.

If you are now not an Apple Song subscriber: Music in 12 hours later

All 3 of Beats 1's cornerstone DJs—Zane Lowe, Julie Adenuga, and Ebro Darden—broadcast are living at 12PM, 3PM, and 6PM ET, respectively. However should you leave out their shows, do not panic: Beats 1 will replay their programming twelve hours later for the opposite part of the arena, at 12AM, 3AM, and 6AM ET.

It seems like different pre-recorded shows can be doing one thing equivalent: St Vincent's premiered on June 30 at 10PM ET, and replayed once more at 9AM ET this morning.

In case you are an Apple Track subscriber: Apply the display's DJ on Attach (or discuss with the Beats 1 Radio web page on iOS)

Whilst it does not slightly give you the revel in of listening to the display are living, it seems like virtually each and every DJ will publish a suite playlist for his or her display a couple of hours after it ends. You'll be able to get entry to that one in every of two tactics:

1. Practice the DJ on Attach

Each and every artist's Attach profile has a piece for playlists; this could also be the place you'll be able to in finding playlists from a DJ's previous shows.

2. Seek advice from Beats 1 Radio web page on iOS

  1. Open the Track app and faucet the Radio tab.
  2. Faucet at the Beats 1 Radio banner, now not the Listen Now button.
  3. Scroll down previous Upcoming Shows to Featured Shows, and faucet at the display you need to listen. You'll be able to then be introduced to the display/DJ's playlist web page as a part of Attach.

From right here, you'll be able to listen to the playlists, upload them to your track, or even lead them to to be had for offline listening later. If any track used to be performed that Apple Song does not have the rights to, it will show within the playlist, however be grayed out.


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