When Joe Carducci landed in Hollywood from Naperville, Illinois, in 1976, his intention was to sell some of his screenplays, not help run a pioneering indie record label for five years. "I wasn't a good enough writer at 21, so I drifted into the music business to learn a few things in the world," says Joe from his current home in Centennial, Wyoming. "It was my version of Jack London's going to sea, right down to the nausea." From 1981 to 1986, Carducci was a partner in SST Records, the label founded by Black Flag guitarist Greg Ginn that launched Sonic Youth, Hüsker Dü, and the Meat Puppets into the musical stratosphere, before they got scooped up by major... More >>>