• Euphoria

    Beautiful My Child (Six Degrees). Review by drew West.

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    The first time I got to listen to this album, I almost killed the guy playing…

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    I think just about every month I review at least one release off of Six Degre…

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    For those of you that aren’t aware, Invisible Records now has a "subsection" …

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    Whether you know him as the driving force behind the many derivations of Foetus, or under such names as Manorexia or DJ Otefsu, there’s no denying that Jim Thirlwell is one of the most innovative people on the music scene. Resident Thirlwell disciple drew West spoke with the man to learn more about his unique recording philosophies.

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    Most kids consider piano lessons a pain in the neck, but drew West is thankful for the seven years he spent learning the keyboard, as they helped instill in him a love of music.

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    Now some time back, we had a nice little scuffle between Spring Heel Jack and…

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    Now anyone that has followed the history of Mark Spybey with dVOA knows that …

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    You could call it an industrial supergroup: Martin Atkins, Chris Connelly, Jah Wobble, and Geordie Walker bring together decades of experience in bands like Pigface, Killing Joke, Public Image Limited, Ministry, the Revolting Cocks, and more, and start a new project, the Damage Manual. drew West gets the story straight from Atkins himself.

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