70 Vibe FM

Where the Seventies Musicians come to Play!

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Thank you for taking the time to learn more about our music radio station. 70vibefm is a non-profit organization comprised of music fans that are dedicated to preserving the music of the 70’s. Mobile applications, internet applications, and media players are all being streamed by this radio station. 

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Statistical Broadcasting Information:
Studio:Cape Town, South Africa
On Air:24 Hours, Daily
Audience:30 to 60+ years of age
Genre:70s Oldies
Program:90% Music
03% Announcement’s
03% Jingles
04% Live Shows
Streams: 96Kbps / 128Kbps 
Apps:Android Devices
IOS Devices
Windows Mobile Devices
Kindle Mobile Devices
Licensing:ICASA (The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa)
Royalties:SAMRO (Southern African Music Rights Organization)


70vibefm began broadcasting in early December 2014, and it is proudly broadcasting from Cape Town, South Africa. We are mostly made up of volunteers who are dedicated to preserving the musical talent of the 1970s by remembering and presenting the majority of the music that was released during that decade. Our playlists cover all genres, including funk, disco, punk, pop, progressive or psychedelic rock, jazz, country, and folk, which were popular during this time period.

Our goal is to perform all of the music recorded, performed, and published throughout this time period. It’s important to remember to keep performing musical artistry alive in our daily life. 70vibefm is not for everyone, but it is for a select few.

peaceThe Seventies Music Scene

In North America, Europe the decade saw the rise of disco, which became one of the biggest genres of the decade, especially in the mid-to-late 1970s. In Europe, a variant known as Euro disco rose in popularity towards the end of the 1970s. Aside from disco, funk, smooth jazz, jazz fusion, and soul remained popular throughout the decade. It is this influx of popular music that soon transformed into Rock ‘n’ Roll during the Early 1970s.

Rock music played an important part in the Western musical scene, with punk rock thriving throughout the mid to late 1970s. Other subgenres of rock, particularly glam rock, hard rock, progressive, art rock and heavy metal achieved various amounts of success. Other genres such as reggae were innovative throughout the decade and grew a significant following.

A subgenre of classical, film scores, remained popular with movie-goers. Alongside the popularity of experimental music, the decade was notable for its contributions to electronic music, which rose in popularity with the continued development of synthesizers and harmonizers; more composers embraced this particular genre, gaining the notice of listeners who were looking for something new and different. Its rising popularity, mixed with the popular music of the period, led to the creation of synthpop. Pop also had a popularity role in the 1970s.