Here’s what they had to say:
The third edition of Josh MacPhee’s Encyclopedia of Political Record Labels, he admits, is not really encyclopedic. Rather it’s a personal deep dive into political, left-leaning records created (for the most part) between 1970 and 1990, in geographies across the globe: the Americas, across Africa, throughout Europe, to Asia and Oceana. He’s driven by both a love of the labels’ graphics as well as the music they distribute, not to mention the political intent behind records created to distribute a set of ideas. —Laura Raicovich
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