MusicOn with Musikoff

Join host Brian Musikoff for an hour of music (mostly Rock of the independent persuasion) finely selected in accordance with the weekly BIG IDEAR . PLEASE CLICK AN EPISODE TO SEE THE PLAYLIST AND PROMO ART, THANKS!




Circle Jerks- Forced Labor (Wild in the Streets)


—-DJ Therese Mahler Coup D’état——-

Parkay Quarts- Everyday It Starts (Content Nausea II)

Ike & Tina Turner- Living for the City (Sexy-Seductive-Provacative)


The Jam- Just Who Is the Five O'Clock Hero? (S/T)

Superchunk- Slack Motherfucker (S/T)

Giuda- Working Class Men (Speaks Evil)


Randy Newman- Mr. President, Have Pity on the Working Man (Good Old Boys)

Billy Bragg- There Is Power in a Union (Talking with the Taxman About Poetry)

Bruce Springsteen- Atlantic City (Nebraska)

Pulp- Common People (Different Class)

The Specials- Maggie’s Farm (Single)

Lee Dorsey- Gotta Find a Job (The New Lee Dorsey)

Marva Whitney- You Got to Have a Job If You Don't Work, You Can't Eat (James Brown's Original Funky Divas)

The Valentine Brothers- Money's too Tight to Mention (First Take)


The Rolling Stones- Salt of the Earth (Beggars Banquet)

The Clean- Factory Man (Mister Pop)


Van & Schenck- Ain’t We Got Fun? (The Romantic Age of the 1920s)





Elvis Costello & the Attractions- Welcome to the Working Week (My Aim Is True)

John Lennon- Working Class Hero (Plastic Ono Band)

The Cocktails- Working Holiday (split 7” w Codeine)


Gang Starr- Work (Caught Up)

Big Boys- Work (No Matter How Long The Line At The Cafeteria, There's Always A Seat on Enigma)



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