- "Monkey Suit" from The Pernice Brothers' Overcome by Happiness
- "White Winter Hymnal" from Fleet Foxes' Fleet Foxes
- "Lion's Mane" from Iron & Wine's The Creek Drank the Cradle
- "Dying for It" from The Vaselines' The Way of The Vaselines
- "Here's the Plan" from Zumpano's Going Through Changes
Seattle record label Sub Pop celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. With a catalog including Nirvana's Bleach, The Shins' Know Your Onion and The Postal Service's Give Up, Sub Pop has long been an independent music tastemaker and pioneer.
Jonathan Poneman, co-founder of Sub Pop, presents five of his favorite songs from the label's vast catalog, gives a little history behind Seattle's early music scene and discusses the difficulty of running an independent label in a major label culture.