Tag Archives: DIY

Supercontext: Bone, Volume 1: Out From Boneville

This independent comedy/fantasy comic book series wasn’t intended to be for kids necessarily, but because of how savvily Jeff Smith marketed his self-publishing business, it became a hit for all-ages. We discuss Bone‘s impact on the library market, as well as its struggles with female representation and censorship.

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Supercontext: Dischord Records: Part I — Flex Your Head

In the first of our two episodes on Dischord Records we look at the punk community of Washington D.C. in the 1980s and its conflicting ethics of politics, violence and drug abuse. Follow along with the story of Ian MacKaye and Jeff Nelson’s label until its redefining summer of 1985.

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Lost in the Stacks, Episode 292: Music Archives V: Indie Preserves

Part 5 of MUSIC ARCHIVES

Guests: Norie Guthrie and Scott Carlson of Rice University.

Playlist at http://www.wrek.org/?p=13748

First broadcast February 19 2016.

“…music being made by local bands recording out of their bedrooms.”

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