Missaligned 070: Punk USA: The Rise and Fall of Lookout Records

Missaligned / Podcasts / March 23, 2017

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This week on Missaligned, we discuss Kevin Prested’s Punk USA: The Rise and Fall of Lookout! Records, in the latest installment of Missaligned Reads.

We’ve also announced our April Book pick: Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan. It’s a young adult novel that was turned into a movie starring Michael Cera and Kat Dennings with a fantastic soundtrack.

Intro Song: “At Least For Now” – Elephant Jake


We discuss our thoughts on Punk USA: The Rise and Fall of Lookout! Recordswhich details the start of Lookout! Records, the label that many punk staples got their start on.

Deanna even made a playlist based on this book. Check it out below!

What Music We’ve Been Listening To

Deanna: Joshua Radin

Meghin: Lorde (Liability, Green Light), You Are The Problem Here – First Aid Kit


Meghin: You’re Not as ______ As You Think – Sorority Noise

Deanna: Elephant Jake – Classic., my Iron Fist review on Chorus

Where To Find Us

@deeechap / @meghin_ /  @missalignedpod

You can also email us at missalignedpod@gmail.com.

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Meghin Moore
Meghin Moore is a Penn State grad and Pennsylvania native who resides in Virginia, happily nestled between Washington, D.C. and Richmond. She's the site's Managing Feature Editor, as well as one of the two Missaligned Podcast co-hosts. When she's not eating her weight in burritos or attending various concerts, she can often be found reading a book or trying to keep tabs on the latest news happening around the world.

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