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In the 1980s, the singer-songwriter known as Lach opened an after-hours club in New York's East Village called The Fort. There he became a pillar of the scene known as Anti-Folk, a sometimes-raw, experimental, willfully nonserious-but-fruitful musical movement that has given rise to many success stories over the years.
This podcast ("Lach's Fort-ified Radio Hour") showcases some rising stars of Anti-Folk, including Dan Fishback, Rav Shmuel, Jeffrey Lewis, Phoebe Kreutz, Peter Dizozza, and The Bowmans.