Tag: Invisible

Voodou

Music Reviews

The Blessing of Curses (Invisible). Review by Bettie Lou Vegas.

TRS-80

Music Reviews

Mr. Kickass (Invisible). Review by Henry “Hank” McCoy.

TRS-80

Music Reviews

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

Attrition

Music Reviews

Attrition’s new remix record is the first and only remix record (that I am aw…

Girl Eats Boy

Music Reviews

What has happened? What is this? Sexy Beat as the “true” label behind it? Sex…

Dread Kennedys

Music Reviews

I’m not quite sold on the purpose of this record. Was the world really crying…

Psychic TV

Music Reviews

Origin of the Species – Volume Too!: A Second Supply of Two Tablets of Acid (Invisible). Review by Matthew Moyer

Scorn

Music Reviews

Anamnesis (Invisible). Review by Nirav Soni

Sow

Music Reviews

Sick (Invisible). Review by Gail Worley

Sow

Music Reviews

Sick (Invisible). Review by drew West

Sow

Music Reviews

Sick (Invisible). Review by Matthew Moyer

Project Dark

Music Reviews

Excited by Gramophones Volume 4 (Invisible). Review by drew West

Pigface

Music Reviews

Eat Shit You Fucking Redneck (Invisible). Review by drew West

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Features

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Joana Pimenta

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Interviews

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