Founded in 2022, soundwaves is a diverse music platform. Our curated and creatively focused programs challenge, educate, and transform the listening audience’s experience through discovery. Built by music lovers, soundwaves plays, explores, promotes, and praises both new and underserved music across all genres.
Developed by humans, not algorithms, soundwaves is always assembling new content for our listeners and readers. Live streaming shows, playlists, music news, events, and a whole lot more. Located near the water’s edge in New Hampshire, USA, we’re glad that you stopped by.
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Jason Boucher is a professional digital marketer and radio creator based in Portsmouth, NH. He’s the former president of WSCA where in five years he expanded the board, increased fundraising, and helped rebrand the radio station. Boucher holds a B.A. in History from Franklin Pierce University and an M.B.A. from the University of New Hampshire. He also has a project management certificate from The University of New Hampshire and an advanced social media strategy certificate from Syracuse University. Boucher is the current host of The Music Report, an online freeform radio show heard on Soundwaves. As a frequent patron of live music, he’s also a former Seacoast booking agent that included The Red Door, Portsmouth Book & Bar, and The Button Factory Stage.
At age 5 Ryan brought an album to his kindergarten class for “show and tell”, and ever since has not stopped his love of music-discovery and sharing it.
Ryan brings this, and his decades of professional experience in enterprise technology to Soundwaves. On the side he plays in a band, volunteers with dog rescue, travels extensively, and is dreaming of building a boulodrome.
Jason Landry has spent much of his life in the arts. He brings over 20 years of combined management experience in higher education, non-profit sector, corporate sector, and as an entrepreneur to the Soundwaves team. He has participated on numerous boards and currently hosts the Art+Noise show on Soundwaves.