Red Aunts – Ghetto Blaster – Review

September 1, 1998

Punk-as-shit avant noise bound to rejuvenate the chaotic creativity long bled from rock, or a whipped-off gem by musicians too whacked for their own good?

Pure – Feverish – Review

September 1, 1998

Jordy Birch’s voice is not nearly as aerobic as the instruments he splays his lazy sound across, and Pure’s lyrics do not strain toward philosophical esoterica.

Primal Fear – Review

September 1, 1998

If you always loved Priest, but thought their production lacked the over-the-topness available to hacks with half the songwriting talent, here’s Primal Fear.

N17 – Trust No One – Review

September 1, 1998

It came as no small surprise to slip Phoenix, AZ’s N17 Trust No One into my CD player and find myself rewarded with an impeccable impersonation of Ministry.

Luke Slater – Freek Funk – Review

September 1, 1998

An impressive debut full-length by tech-head Slater who has worked many years in the dance music scene as Peacefrog and Planetary Assault Systems.

Love as Laughter – #1 U.S.A. – Review

September 1, 1998

Formerly a side project of Lync’s Sam Jayne, but now a full-fledged band, this first release shows off all the pre-requisites for your basic indie-rock combo.

La Secta – Memories, Part 1 – Review

September 1, 1998

A Spanish garage band circa the late ’80s/early ’90s with a sound influenced by Spacemen 3-but-with-more-Det.-influences, psych-rock, or maybe like Mudhoney.

Kumo – Kaminari – Review

September 1, 1998

Not only does Kumo hit your more straight-forward drum’n’bass sounds, but he also throws in experimental work along with some dabbling of hip-hop sounds.

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