Hober broadcasts from a geodesic dome in the oak forest just outside Washington DC. There are some strict rules governing which music is aired on Hober. The music should be hand played, without augmentation. A Hober band is people who could walk up to each other with their instruments in the middle of a field and just play their stuff. Drums should be struck by the hand rather than a stick. Hober songs should be musical descendant of melodies and rhythms which people knew, remembered and passed down - before recording machines existed.
This is why I love Internet radio. I haven't listened to Hober yet, but I'm sure looking forward to it.