Soft Radio is a mix of chillout, lounge & calm music with a very underground sound. Listen to artists like Moby, Bonobo, Coldcut, Air, Massive Attack and many more. Follow us on the best platforms: Roku TV, Amazon Fire TV, Alexa Radio and the main online radio applications.

You can also listen to us on your favorite player:

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Listen to Soft Radio in Windows Media Player


Soft Radio on your mobile.

You can now download our mobile app (totally free). We have 4 music channels for you: “Soft Radio”, “Cool Coffee”, “Cool Deep” and “Cool Music”.
A simple app that works in the background and lets you listen to our lounge, chillout and deep house channels while you work, walk or play sports.

At Soft Music Radio APP we offer you a great selection of lounge & chillout music with different nuances on each of our channels.
If you are looking for relaxed and quality music, performed by the best artists, listen to Soft Radio. If you are a lover of Mediterranean sunsets, yours is Cool Coffe. If you want to dance to the rhythm of deep house and Balearic sounds, we have Cool Deep. If you want to listen to a great selection of lounge & chillout songs always with voice, Cool Music awaits you.

Click on the logo of your app store and download our app completely free.


Download Android app
Download Soft Music Radio app for Android


Download app for IOS
Download Soft Music Radio app for IOS


Download app for AMAZON
Download Soft Music Radio app for AMAZON DEVICE




Moby & Mark Lenegan

We like music. We love music! For this reason we offer you a great selection of chillout, lounge, soft electronic & calm music.
At Soft Music Radio we present songs like this to you:

In 2013 two great artists, Moby and Mark Lenegan, joined forces to publish this song. ‘The Lonely Night’.
The single was released on a 7-inch vinyl for the Record Store Day special edition and on Side B we will find a remix of Photek.
The theme video is directed by Colin Rich and according to Moby’s own words “the images of the desert, slow, rich and languid, fit perfectly with the song”.