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Hot Cup Records

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Hot Cup Records
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http://www.hotcuprecords.com
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moppa@hotcuprecords.com
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New York based label specializing in avant jazz.
Releases on file (22)
Moppa Elliott — Pinpoint Moppa Elliott — Pinpoint
(Hot Cup Records 011, 2001, CD)
Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Moppa Elliott's Mostly Other People Do the Killing Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Moppa Elliott's Mostly Other People Do the Killing
(Hot Cup Records HC 041, 2004, CD)
Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord — All the Pretty Ponies Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord — All the Pretty Ponies
(Hot Cup Records no#, 2005, CD)
Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Shamokin! Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Shamokin!
(Hot Cup Records HC 063, 2007, CD)
Mostly Other People Do the Killing — This Is Our Moosic Mostly Other People Do the Killing — This Is Our Moosic
(Hot Cup Records HC 082, 2008, CD)
Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Forty Fort Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Forty Fort
(Hot Cup Records HC 091, 2008, CD)
Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord — Accomplish Jazz Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord — Accomplish Jazz
(Hot Cup Records no#, 2009, CD)
Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord — Quavers! Quavers! Quavers! Quavers! Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord — Quavers! Quavers! Quavers! Quavers!
(Hot Cup Records 104, 2011, CD)
Jon Lundbom — No New Tunes Jon Lundbom — No New Tunes
(Hot Cup Records 122, 2012, CD)
Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Red Hot Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Red Hot
(Hot Cup Records HC 125, 2012, CD)
Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Slippery Rock! Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Slippery Rock!
(Hot Cup Records HC 123, 2012, CD)
Jon Lundbom — Liverevil Jon Lundbom — Liverevil
(Hot Cup Records no#, 2013, CD)
Danny Fox Trio — Wide Eyed Danny Fox Trio — Wide Eyed
(Hot Cup Records HC 133, 2013, CD)
Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Blue Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Blue
(Hot Cup Records HC 141, 2014, CD)
Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord — Jeremiah Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord — Jeremiah
(Hot Cup Records HC, 2015, CD)
Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Mauch Chunk Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Mauch Chunk
(Hot Cup Records HC 153, 2015, CD)
Moppa Elliott — Still, up in the Air Moppa Elliott — Still, up in the Air
(Hot Cup Records 152, 2016, CD)
Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Loafer's Hollow Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Loafer's Hollow
(Hot Cup Records HC 161, 2017, CD)
Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Paint Mostly Other People Do the Killing — Paint
(Hot Cup Records , 2017, CD)
Danny Fox Trio — The Great Nostalgist Danny Fox Trio — The Great Nostalgist
(Hot Cup Records , 2018, CD)
Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord — Harder on the Outside Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord — Harder on the Outside
(Hot Cup Records 181, 2019, CD / DL)
Moppa Elliott — Jazz Band / Rock Band / Dance Band Moppa Elliott — Jazz Band / Rock Band / Dance Band
(Hot Cup Records , 2019, 2CD)

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