Mix 30

Mix 30: Pour Your Body
01 Ray Cappo - 1
02 Diiv - Sometime
03 Flower - All in Doubt
04 Guided by Voices - Dayton Ohio 19 Something and 5
05 Ups and Downs - Untie Ian
06 The High Violets - Goodnight Goodbye
07 Hygiene - Things to Do
08 Bailter Space - Untied
09 The Boo Radleys - Skyscraper
10 My Dad is Dead - Anti - Socialist
11. Play Dead - Solace
12. Popul Vuh - Der Ruf
13. Psychic TV - The Orchids
14. Earthlings - Nothing
15. Empire - Empire
16. Grant Hart - 2541

by Anthony Pappalardo
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Check out these two projects by Anthony.

Italian Horn
Six song 12” debut from Italian Horn, a solo project of New York City writer Anthony Pappalardo (Radio Silence, Live…Suburbia). Continuing the home recording tradition of My Dad is Dead, East River Pipe and Sebadoh, The Bells Of Spring channels equal parts GBV, Bailterspace and Flying Saucer Attack. …synth and subtle noise intertwine with short strummed songs selected with washed out shoegaze reverb guitar creating direct but layered soundscapes. Cover collage created by Robert Pollard (Guided By Voices) and limited to 300 copies.

Live Suburbia
by Anthony Pappalardo and Max G. Morton
Live Suburbia is a collection of stories and images of the post-1960s subcultures that define America. It’s kids taking their urethane wheels to empty pools; picking British Punk in broad downstrokes and creating Hardcore. Live…Suburbia! is dedicated to denim devils twirling butterfly knives and hasty tags thrown down with Rust-Oleum touch-up paint stolen from your parent’s garage.

Documenting American subculture through images and anecdotes, from the juvenile KISS Army in oil-based face paint to the year punk broke, Live… Suburbia! celebrates the evolution of the teenage explorer. Rushing through years packed with ninjas, spike gauntlets, BMX dirt jumps, seven-ply skateboards, bathroom mohawks, skinheads, the straight edge, basement DJs, graffiti murals behind supermarkets, we finally arrive in the 1990s where it all collides.

Many have contributed to the highlight reel of restless youth and disposable landscapes, with Foreword by The Hold Steady’s Craig Finn and photographs from JJ Gonson, Gail Rush, Rusty Moore, Michael Galinsky, Theresa Kelliher, Ryan Murphy, Justine Demetrick, Casey Chaos, Eva Talmadge and London May and dozens more discovered along the road.