Radio BurgerFuel: Cooking up the hottest mixes from the radio kitchen

Screen Shot 2015-06-30 at 2.06.15 pm When we say BurgerFuel is so much more than burgers, we’re not just talking about the spud fries. Although, indeed the spud fries are certainly worth talking about. Since 2012, Radio BurgerFuel has been broadcasting live and ad free throughout the BurgerFuel network, across New Zealand, Australia, Egypt and online. Broadcast out of a purpose-built studio in Grey Lynn, Auckland, Radio BurgerFuel is about good music you know and great music you wish you knew. BurgerFuel ‘Minister of Sound’ Lee Densem curates the channel, seeking out new music locally and internationally, interviewing artists both well known and up-and-coming. Radio BurgerFuel collaborates from time to time with Kiwi radio legend Mikey Havoc, whose relationship with BurgerFuel stretches right back to his days at BFM. ‘Music is a really big part of the BurgerFuel brand and experience, it always has been. It’s like a special mixtape we’ve made for all our customers and the world around us, a little thanks for coming, a little appreciation for their dedication. No ads, just the music we love, the new artists we meet, the international artists we respect who come to hang out in the studio and some of the old classics we know you want to hear,’ says Lee. If you’re sick of hearing the same old stuff on the radio at work, try streaming Radio BurgerFuel for a change.