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Martin Rev (ROIR Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
To Live (File 13 Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
This summer saw increased activity on all fronts - a solo tour and shows with
longtime partner Martin Rev as Suicide, and a brand new solo album, Station, ...
Jan 31, 2003 ... Alan Vega and Martin Rev evoked a guitarless world of urban noir and ... as soon
as Rev and Vega began playing, the audience surges with ...
"Falls City" smolders alluringly with ghostly Martin Rev organ, a head-nodding
beat, a string section, and Link Wray twang. Sand & Lines is clearly in hock to its ...
No, fuck no, because then it's all Martin Rev Casio heartbeats and fuzzed-out one
-finger synth stabs bleeding over the staccato acoustic guitar and piano and ...
Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin, Dolly Parton and Porter Waggoner, Alan
Vega and Martin Rev. Shawn Joseph Seymour and Yoshimi Seymour don't
The guitar licks are swampy and chime and clang like dungeon chains, the bass
is a cudgel, crystalline Martin Rev organ and harmonica wheeze occasionally ...
A Louisiana Sunset reflects a brute minimalism along the lines of Martin Rev
s solo work, icy keyboard stabs that sound more like a futuristic alert system ...
Pretty much everything Alan Vega predicted alongside Martin Rev in Suicide has
come to pass, so I think you'd better pay extra close attention to Station.