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OTL #472: End Result’s secret punk history, The future of affordable housing in Chicago, Justin Roberts rocks kids music in studio

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Grammy-nominated musician Justin Roberts poses with Mike Stephen after rocking the soundtrack for OTL #472.

Grammy-nominated musician Justin Roberts poses with Mike Stephen after rocking the soundtrack for OTL #472.

Mike Stephen checks in with Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) about early-1980s avant-garde punks End Result for this week’s edition of The Secret History of Chicago Music, talks with Communities United board president Diane Limas about what her organization is doing to keep rents affordable despite the upcoming Chicago property tax hike, and welcomes Grammy-nominated local musician Justin Roberts to the studio to talk about his career playing children’s music and to play live for the hour.

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