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Nate Powell just dropped 40 Soophie Nun Squad tracks on Facebook

Posted By on Fri, Jun 30, 2017 at 9:12 AM

click to enlarge AFTER THE SUGAR RUSH: One incarnation of the punk band Soophie Nun Squad. - COURTESY OF NATE POWELL
  • Courtesy of Nate Powell
  • AFTER THE SUGAR RUSH: One incarnation of the punk band Soophie Nun Squad.
Little Rock native Nate Powell, National Book Award-winning comic book artist, dropped 40 songs on Facebook via a Dropbox link containing songs recorded between 1994 and 2003 by the extant Little Rock DIY punk band/performance art collective Soophie Nun Squad. He accompanied the link with the following message:

In case you need to jump around in your room or blast some high-energy jams in your car, here are 40 of my favorite Soophie Nun Squad songs from 1994-2003. Free to everyone.

Keep loving, keep fighting. Be persistent and consistent. Stay loud, stay freaky. <3

Check the tracks out here, just in time to rock "Books! Check 'Em Out" and "The Bovinity of Crust" on your extended holiday.

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