Spin: The New Orleans NPR affiliate and go-to for a rainy day's worth of classical music
Playlist: Classical jams, Terry Gross, low talkers
Spin: "O-Z," the city's soundtrack and the station "bringing New Orleans music to the universe"
Playlist: Brice Nice and DJ Soul Sister, "Burn, K-Doe, Burn," and "Records from the Crypt" with Billy Delle
Spin: Tulane University's campus station and the city's progressive radio hub
Playlist: Animal Collective, Caddywhompus, PSAs and horribly pronounced concert schedules
Spin: The new "ROCK 92.3" picks up where "The End" left off.
Playlist: Alice in Chains, Stone Temple Pilots and endless nu-metal
Spin: No bias here — New Orleans hip-hop reigns supreme at Q93, followed by Dirty South neighbors and popular rap and R&B artists.
Playlist: "Ya boy" Wild Wayne, Juggie's Saturday night New Orleans Block Party
Spin: Golden Oldies
Playlist: Beatles Thursdays, real soul, and pitch-perfect barbershop station identifications
Spin: For when you want to get the Led out. Also known as "The Bayou." Probably would be your dad's favorite radio station.
Playlist: Eagles, Eddie Money, Foghat
Spin: Dial in for Jim Henderson's Saints play-by-play with the best color commentator on radio, Hokie Gajan.
Playlist: Talk radio with Garland Robinette, Spud McConnell, Deke Bellavia — where else will you get social commentary from guys with names like that?
Spin: Belle Chasse's station for "nonstop hip-hop and R&B"
Playlist: Mainstream hip-hop and the occasional Salt-N-Pepa, Notorious B.I.G. and Michael Jackson throwback