If a new public access radio station here in Denver gets off the ground, your votes could decide the playlist.

The non-profit Open Media Foundation is trying to launch the station, which would play music from local artists. The foundation already provides television and media equipment for public use.

They would ultimately need to raise $25,000 to get the radio station off the ground.

“We’ve got lots of great radio stations that feature local artists, but none that spend more than maybe 10-percent of their broadcast time featuring local artists,” Tony Shawcross, Denver Open Media’s executive director, said.

The foundation has raised $8,000 so far.

They’re trying to reach their goal by Friday through a Kickstarter campaign.