Egon’s Funk Archaeology at NPR: Digging For $100 A Day

Now-Again | Jan. 27, 2012 | News,Picks |

The latest post in Egon’s NPR series Funk Archaeology follows him on a trip to New York as he attempts to find five great records for less than $100. Well, we shouldn’t write “attempts:” since the column has been published, it’s obvious he succeeded. With that in mind, we’re offering an additional download by the Swedish psych-weirdo Prefix below – his altogether mind-blowing “Duke Of War.”

Link: It’s a Buyer’s Market: Digging For $100 A Day – Egon’s Funk Archaeology at NPR
Download: Prefix: “Duke of War.”
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2 Responses to “Egon’s Funk Archaeology at NPR: Digging For $100 A Day”

  1. Serge Vannier says:

    YOU BASTARD! X

  2. Serge Vannier says:

    Egon is such a fucking dude. Thank you sooooo much for Now Again. I’m gonna get you a fine bottle of vin rouge nex’ time you’re in Blighty.

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