• Back on ’04 and more

    Thomas Schulte give us his 2004 Best Of, a new section of CD/DVD combos and a wrap-up of straggler 2004 new releases!

  • Answering The Tough Questions

    Another Outsight, another slew of news and recommendations from Thomas Schulte. Includes a best of 2004 and so much more!

  • Shades Of Gray Like A Melted Penguin

    Outsight considers some things worthy to hear, read, view and buy for a good cause in this month’s action-packed installment!

  • A Fly On The Wall To The Sticky Oatmeal Of Consumer Misery

    Some DVD notes, a book about The White Stripes and if you think there aren’t CD reviews here, you’ve got another thing coming.

  • Outsight: Your Favorite Flavour

    Tom “Tearaway” Schulte digs into the early works of Billy Childish, anticipates the new Nick Cave platter, and turns us all on to criminally overlooked gems by the Murder City Devils, Trevor Tannen, Gary Wilson, and the Paybacks.

  • A Cool Bit Of Wax

    Alternative Tentacles reissue campaign, GG Allin, Neurot, Black Dice, Pinetop Perkins? You’d better believe that this is the new Outsight.

  • RMX

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