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Kimberly Chun

Kimberly Chun is an employee writer in the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Chronicle where she’s written stories about indie pop bands, underground comic book artists, unlawful ferrets and japan American internment. A lifelong music lover, she sang in Hawaii’s 1st all-girl punk music group, spun records like a university radio DJ in Hawaii and Iowa, worked well as an archive buyer in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, and began zines which have been lauded in Factsheet Five and Sassy. Desert Isle Picks 1. Rolling Stones-Beggars Banquet 2. Velvet Underground and Nico 3. Seaside Boys-Pet Seems 4. Yo La Tengo-Fakebook 5. Elvis-The TOP Strikes 6. Sonic Youth-Daydream Country 7. Open public Enemy-It Requires a Country of Thousands 8. Freakwater-Feels Just like the FIRST-TIME 9. Stooges-Fun Home 10. Beastie Boys-Ill Conversation 11. Beatles–1962-1966 12. George Jones-Cup of Loneliness: The Basic Mercury Years 13. Bob Dylan-Highway 61 14. Charles Mingus-Black Saint as well as the Sinner Woman 15. Television-Marquee Moon 16. Merle Haggard-Lonesome Fugitive: The Merle Haggard Anthology 17. Nirvana-Bleach 18. Soaring Burrito Brothers-Further Along 19. Ramones-Rocket to Russia 20. Sex Pistols-Never Brain the Bullocks 21. Minutemen-Double Nickles on the Dime 22. Husker Du-Zen Arcade 23. Helium-Magic Town 24. Apples in Stereo system–(current launch)

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