In The Pipeline – KLR 2

A picture says a thousand words, but for SEO value, I’ll tell you anyway: KLR has a new second radio station,  which is being put together for lovers of trance and dance music, and for next years Second Pride festival in Second Life.  Following on from last years support of Second Pride in Second Life, KLR … Read more


Hello there. KLR welcomes listeners wherever they may be, and we cherish everyone. We are a small, voluntary and independent station primarily offering a radio service in Second Life, but we’re also happy to attract listeners in the real world via the Internet. We offer a wide mix of music styles in a rolling programme … Read more


KLR (Karuvium Light Radio) is a music radio service in Second Life, voluntarily produced and free to all. Second Life is a popular virtual life platform. To join Second Life, or find out more, go to To contact KLR, email Or use the contact form here.  

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