By the late 1980s, the music on London’s Dance pirates was changing and, setting the template of what was to come, East London’s Sunrise FM launched in April 1988.

They could be heard firstly at weekends on 88.75 FM, playing the usual diet of soul, funk, rare groove and a little reggae. Later, weekday evenings were added, eventually expanding to a full 7 days operation, by which time more House music was being heard.

As the 90s progressed the station started to feel the pinch, and the usual combination of raids and people leaving, caused broadcasts to be reduced to weekends before stopping altogether in the mid 1990s.

The station was since returned as an on line station, which can be found on the links below, along with their Facebook page.

Sunrise FM Website
Sunrise FM Facebook

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Artwork/Cuttings

Flyer 1
Jocks Magazine – Oct 1989 NEW

Audio

Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Barry G 48 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Barry G – DJ Louise 47 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Bad Boy West – 1989 39 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Johnny Jacks – 1989 26 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.6 – LSD – 31/5/89 30 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Jazzy J – Captain Scarlet – Mr Magoo – July 1989 43 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Swing Family – July 1989 47 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Rat Pack – DJ Seduction – Jim The Music Man – July 1989 91 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Jazzy J – Summer 1989 47 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Peter Stapleton – Summer 1989 47 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.7 – Johnny Jacks – 5/8/89 45 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Andy Milktray M – Autumn 1989 43 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Bad Boy West – December 1989 62 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Tony Crucial White – 16/4/90 31 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – June 1990 23 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.7 – Jazzy J – Bad Boy West – 21/7/90 47 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Various DnB – Summer 1993 51 mins
Sunrise FM – 88.75 – Deja Vu – Summer 1993 64 mins