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Mutant Sounds returns as a radio show

Mutant Sounds reborn as a radio show

The crate digging blog Mutant Sounds has been reborn – again – but this time as a monthly radio show. Founded in 2007 by Jim, the file sharing website made a name for itself sharing obscure, esoteric records. Under legal pressure it first closed down in 2013. A few days later it came back as a net label, releasing rare, unreleased or out-of-print music via a drop box account with help from the Free Music Archive.

In its new radio show format, Mutant Sounds is a two hour broadcast hosted by Matt Castille and Eric Lumbleau on the online radio station Dublab. Called Mutant Sounds Radio with Vas Deferens Organization, the show is scheduled to run between 8–10pm on the second Friday of the month. The first broadcast happened on 11 September. Check it out here.