JODSGN Mix Tape | 1988-A

1988, an era of skinny jeans, high-top sneakers, big-ass sunglasses, leggings, and neon colors (Fuuuuck, what year is this, then!!??). Like those fashions, many of the artists on this playlist have had a lasting influence, even though they were in mostly fringe, rising-from-the-underground, or soon-to-explode genres. Let us not get too much under the influence,

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JODSGN Mix Tape | 1965-A

1965, the year rock and pop music was blown wide open. No longer considered a teenage fad, lousy with tame teen love songs, rock and pop artists were able to stretch out conceptually and lyrically. Instead of singing about crying over lost love, they could now sing about “crying like a fire in the sun,”

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JODSGN Mix Tape | 1996-A

Generally speaking, 1996 was part of a transitional era in the musical world. Grunge/Alternative had nearly run the course set out by the mainstream industry – oversaturation and death! Punk rock was still enjoying a major resurgence. Hip hop was influencing areas of metal, spawning NuMetal, and gearing up for massive mainstream success. A new

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JODSGN Mix Tape | 1972-A

It’s 1972, the Hippies are hungover, Motown moves to L.A., and the Stones are coming out of exile after avoiding a MASSIVE taxation rate of 75% on top British earners in the early ’70s (We Love Our Queen… God Saves). The ’60s are dead, but lucky for us, good music doesn’t die. Fuzzy Fact: In

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JODSGN Mix Tape | Mack Dawg Punk Mix

Mack Dawg Productions‘ influence on snowboarding is insane.  Mike McEntire(a.k.a. Mack Dawg) along with Brad Kremer, have influenced generations of snowboarders with their films. Captuing the world’s best riders, shot across the globe, the videos always had great music. So we figured we’d pick a few of our favourites from the punkish side of things for

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JODSGN Mix Tape | 1984-A

Welcome to the first installment of our Mix Tape series. This week we go back to 1984, the era of Thrash, and a time when Indie labels were still actually independant. Stay tuned for a healthy dose of Thrash, Punk, Indie, plus a little more. Fact: 1984 saw the first CD manufacturing plant open in

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