Glenn Morrow is a Hoboken, N.J., music treasure. He owns the influential 31-year-old Bar/None label (Yo La Tengo, They Might Be Giants, Feelies, dB’s, Of Montreal). His bands, such as the Individuals and “a,” have helped put the Mile Square City on the indie-rock map for equally as long. His latest project is Glenn Morrow’s Cry For Help, which has a new self-titled album. Morrow will be guest editing magnetmagazine.com all week.
Morrow: I loved this the first time I stumbled on it and played it for everyone I knew. Oddly, it only appears on YouTube or as part of the Acid Rap mix tape that is free to download. The track never made it to the streaming services or iTunes, but 40 million plays later, it still sounds great.