Episode 209 / Rub Wrongways Records

Premiere DateOct 29, 2020
Categories Indie Music Rock
00:00 SubInev on BTR / intro
01:28 "Become a Better Person By Forgetting Who You Think You Are" Henning Ohlenbusch
04:36 Rub Wrongways interview
66:04 "Sun" The Fawns
68:45 "She's Got it Bad" Gentle Hen
72:22 "Shackle Dance" Sitting Next to Brian
78:00 "Step 2: The Light Of Your Ways" Rehab Massachusetts
81:50 "Oh How I Love" Beach Honey
84:52 "Untied States" Henning Ohlenbusch
88:50 SubInev on BTR
89:48 "Lean, Then Catch Your Fall" Gentle Hen
93:42 "A Map of Oregon" Sitting Next to Brian
97:44 "Looking For a Friend" The Fawns
105:52 "Maybe I'm Not Meant to Do Anything Remarkable After All" Henning Ohlenbusch
110:11 "Bankbook" Jason Bourgeois
113:04 "How Many Bad Things Can a Good Person Do" Henning Ohlenbusch
115:40 SubInev on BTR / outro
117:46 END

In this episode, we’re featuring the Northampton, MA-based label/collective, Rub Wrongways Records. I chat with label founder/musician Henning Ohlenbusch about the label, how quarantine changed plans for some of his artists, and the label’s evolution over the past two decades., including and explanation of their motto: “It’s a record label, no it’s not.”

We also talk a bit about two topics that may be of interest to fans of independent music, which are addressed in a very straightforward way on the label’s website: Free Ways To Support Bands and Where Does The Money Go?


Bryan has been blogging about, photographing, and making music for the better part of two decades. As a Senior Video Producer on the BTRtv video team, he works closely with artists, labels, and the music industry…