Three Parts WTF: Weekend Playlist by Say-10 Records

by | Aug 21, 2020 | MUSIC

Every Friday night, RVA Mag brings you a totally rockin’ playlist curated by Virginia’s most influential artists, musicians, and institutions.

This week’s comes to us from Say-10 Records, a Virginia-based label that’s been cranking out excellent releases for over 13 years now. They produce skateboards as well, and while the pandemic has slowed their roll a bit in recent months, they’re still making a lot of great stuff. Recent releases include albums by local groups Toxic Moxie and Xed Out, as well as music from Georgia rock n’ rollers Shehehe, piano-pounding New Jersey showman Will Wood, and a couple of reissues by costumed 90s metal act Green Jelly (who will definitely appeal to the GWAR lovers among you). On top of all that, they’re currently accepting preorders for a skateboard deck featuring Philadelphia Flyers mascot and antifa cult hero Gritty. No, I’m not kidding.

You’ll hear a whole lot of Say-10 music on the playlist put together for us by label head Adam Gecking, plus a lot of other great songs — of all genres. Rest assured, there’s something for everyone to be found here. And we’ll need it, because it looks like the storms are coming back, and we’ll all want some great sounds to get us through them.

Batten down the hatches, Virginia.

Open this playlist from mobile in your Spotify app HERE.

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