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For the 200th episode of this show, we’re featuring the Pittsburgh-based label, Misra Records, including an interview with label manager Jeff Betten. In this episode, we cover Misra’s 20 year history, the relationship between physical records and streaming, the impact of the pandemic on the music industry at large, the geography of Pittsburgh and it’s inherent benefits, and signing artists from unsolicited demos! This is part one of two focusing on Misra – in this episode you’ll hear the interview and some new music from the label as well as other artists mentioned in our conversation, and then for next week, we’ll take a deeper dive thru the label’s two decades worth of music.
For this special edition of the show, we pause to take a look back at the 40 record labels I’ve featured so far, from Graveface (Episode 1) to Flying Nun (Episode 49)! I want to hear from you! Would you like to hear interviews with the people behind these labels, or do you prefer just enjoying the sweet mixes that I put together? Also, I want to know about your record label, or your friend’s record label, or the label you just discovered and want more people to know about! Leave a message at (408) SUB-INEV or find me on social media at @subinev!
West Virginia songwriter William Matheny cut his teeth in the excellent band Southeast Engine before setting out on his current solo endeavor. Using Americana, country, and folk as a springboard for his powerful, literate indie rock story-songs, Matheny has crafted a body of work to lure even the most devout indie snobs to the twangy side. He dropped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO with his band to show us just how they rock out down south. Strange Constellations is available now from Misra Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
We keep the vibe going a bit from last week, this time around with a summery batch of songs and a record label feature from Greenway Records!    
West Virginia songwriter William Matheny cut his teeth in the excellent band Southeast Engine before setting out on his current solo endeavor. Using Americana, country, and folk as a springboard for his powerful, literate indie rock story songs, Matheny has crafted a body of work to lure even the most devout indie snobs to the twangy side. He dropped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO with his band to show us just how they rock out down south. Strange Constellations is available now from Misra Records. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
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