#2010: Private World

Well, shit. I won’t lie, I’m rattled as hell about all of this so in an attempt to stave off the existential panic I dove into my record crates and pulled out whatever made me feel better. There’s plenty of older stuff, modern favorites and plenty of New Yorkers as usual. Look out for new songs from Castle Rat, Dustin Lovelis, and Caroline Rose. Be safe out there. Or, rather, IN there.

Catch Adam Schaper’s Freelance Fiends every Monday from 11PM-Midnight EST / 4-5AM GMT

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#2007: Don’t Believe A Word

The propaganda machine is spinning at full speed and it’s easy to get swept up or just get upset. This week I’m leaning away from the digital world a bit to focus on some music that I only have on vinyl. No download card included, just a bit of vinyl warmth to keep us all going!

Catch Adam Schaper’s Freelance Fiends every Monday from 11PM-Midnight EST / 4-5AM GMT

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#1939: Stray

As the temperature drops I’m eager for the warmth of vinyl. Here’s a mix of old school love songs plus a slew of new tracks from Stolen Body Records and more. Get heated!

Every Thursday at noon EST on The Face Radio.
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#1934: Home Home (NYC rock special)

Some folk like to say that guitar rock is dead and this week I’m calling foul with an hour of some of NYC’s best live rock on vinyl. Big shouts to labels like Greenway, Beyond Beyond Is Beyond, King Pizza, Exploding In Sound, Magnetic Eye and many more getting this great music out. Enjoy, tell a friend and go see a local show!

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#1929: Living Wreck

Finally got back into my garage after a looooong time and hooked up my record player so here’s the first vinyl episode in a while, featuring some of the spines that caught my eye including a new live track from The Advertisers, an old live track from Mountain, new Ty Segall and more more more for these modern blues.

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