Ha Ha Tonka nabs NPR's "Song of the Day"

April 27th, 2011 by Rami

Download the single "Usual Suspects" HERE on NPR's blog "Song of The Day"

They seem to like it:

"In "Usual Suspects," the opening track from Death of a Decade, the Missouri band Ha Ha Tonka busts out of the gates like classic Replacements on an Ozark bender. Premised on a killer riff, a great beat and singer Brian Roberts' throaty...Read more

Bloodshot Nan and Rob interviewed on NPR

April 14th, 2009 by Rami

NPR's Chicago station WBEZ interviewd Bloodshot Rob and Nan at a local watering hole about their upcoming 15th anniversary as a label and their preparations for SXSW

Here snippets of lots of music as well as interview segments from Jon Langford, Ben Kweller and Exene Cervenka.

It's archived here.

If your boss is looking over your shoulder, you can just read...Read more

Waco Brothers on WORLD CAFE

October 22nd, 2008 by Rami

Waco Brothers appeared on the fabulous World Cafe syndicated radio show for a live set.

Go here for a listen of the Bruthas kicking out 5 songs in the studio.Read more

I'M Not JIM on NPR's Fresh Air

September 13th, 2008 by Rami

I'm Not Jim's (the collaboration between author Jonathan Letham and the Silos' Walter Salas-Humara) You Are All My People received a glowing review on WHYY/NPR's Fresh Air from Ken Tucker, who said "[Some] songs have a gleaming hard edge...and elsewhere they've created crisp little pop tunes with choruses that sound like forgotten hits from decades old rock radio stations."...Read more

Wee Hairy Beasties on NPR

November 4th, 2007 by Rami

Hear an NPR "All Things Considered" podcast about how kids music led by the Beasties is reviving the spirit of punk rock and features some songs. Have a listen here.Read more

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