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Wicked Curiosity

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In this weeks episode of Note by Note radio show we will be talking to Indo Slim. His music career, which officially began in 2010 with the release of his self-produced debut album, 'Nutty Northwest,' has been plagued with controversy, acclaim and underdog appeal from the very beginning. Following its release on Atrium Records, 'Northwest' circulated effortlessly throughout Portland and the surrounding area, thanks to an unmatched hunger and a highly dedicated street team. Unfortunately, the label relocated to California soon after, and Indo relocated to state prison in the deserts of Eastern Oregon for the next four years. His close personal and business relationship with Atrium CEO, Jake Webb continues to this day, and Slim credits him with not only the launch of his career, but his success as an independent businessman. Here all about his life starting 6pm est. 


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