Tuesday, January 2, 2024

Obscure But Rewarding

Mal Thursday presents a brief overview of his misadventures as an indie label anti-mogul. The true (if heavily redacted) story of the obscure but rewarding independent record labels Chunk (1986-2001) and Chunk Archives (2010-Present). An epic playlist from two great labels. Presented on Ultrasonic Stereophonic Sound. Originally broadcast 2 April 2020. For more, go to chunkarchives.bandcamp.com

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Playlist:
The Coopers: Pulaski Park
The Malarians: Takin' Over/Hexon Blood Beat
Mal Thursday and the Cheetahs: Get Outta Dallas
The Malarians: Mighty Idy
DMZ: First Time Is the Best Time
Lyres: Baby It's Me/Now I Got a Witness
Tag Sale: Rocker of the Pack
Sebadoh: Invocation/Skull
Zeke Fiddler: Half-Baked
New Radiant Storm King: Subway Token (Save My Soul)
Guided by Voices: The Opposing Engineer Sleeps Alone
Zeke Fiddler: Brave Doorman
Ray Mason Band: Falling Down
Silver Jews: Old New York
Push Kings: Spain
The Unband: You're No Boy Wonder/Nothing You Can Do
The Figgs: Merry Christmas Girl
Scud Mountain Boys: Silo/Theme from Midnight Cowboy
Drunk Stuntmen: Statue of Joe Raposo
Lotus STP: Broke Down
Jack Nitzsche: The Lonely Surfer
The Mal Thursday Quintet: Rotting

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