"…you really DO need to own any and all Fireworks records of the seven-inch variety."
SUPERDOPE #7 1994 (no page #)
FIREWORKS review by JAY HINMAN, Editor
Superdope was then, Dynamite Hemorrhage #1 is now.
"…you really DO need to own any and all Fireworks records of the seven-inch variety."
SUPERDOPE #7 1994 (no page #)
FIREWORKS review by JAY HINMAN, Editor
Superdope was then, Dynamite Hemorrhage #1 is now.

"…you really DO need to own any and all Fireworks records of the seven-inch variety."

SUPERDOPE #7 1994 (no page #)

FIREWORKS review by JAY HINMAN, Editor

From our January 2014 archives and it’s a great one...
(Glen Galloway has yet to contact us though)
fuckinrecordreviews:

"…this is the demo tape EMBARRASSMENT would have sent to Nuf Sed…Another helping please."
SUPERDOPE #5 1992 (no page #) Jay Hinman, Editor
GRIFTERS review by SUPERDOPE contributor GLEN GALLOWAY
You mean, Glen Galloway from TRUMANS WATER and SOUL- JUNK? That Glen Galloway? YEA!
Does that Glen Galloway have a new band in 2014? He does: OCTAGRAPE. They toured the end of 2013 with SEBADOH. 
Speaking of which, Tom Lax’s review of the  AZALiA SNAiL/SEBADOH split 7” on Dark Beloved Cloud from the same Superdope #5 page is here.
Has that Glen Galloway offered to send us scans or copies of his old zine Zero Gravity? No, he has not :(
Anyway, the GRIFTERS were a great band who reupped on 11/2/13 for the first time in 137 years to play the after party for the documentary Meanwhile In Memphis.
Separately, we had the good fortune to catch Grifters’ Dave Shouse with Vending Machine’s Robby Grant as >mancontrol< when they played the Silent Barn back in September 2013 and it was nuts. 

From our January 2014 archives and it’s a great one...
(Glen Galloway has yet to contact us though)
fuckinrecordreviews:

"…this is the demo tape EMBARRASSMENT would have sent to Nuf Sed…Another helping please."
SUPERDOPE #5 1992 (no page #) Jay Hinman, Editor
GRIFTERS review by SUPERDOPE contributor GLEN GALLOWAY
You mean, Glen Galloway from TRUMANS WATER and SOUL- JUNK? That Glen Galloway? YEA!
Does that Glen Galloway have a new band in 2014? He does: OCTAGRAPE. They toured the end of 2013 with SEBADOH. 
Speaking of which, Tom Lax’s review of the  AZALiA SNAiL/SEBADOH split 7” on Dark Beloved Cloud from the same Superdope #5 page is here.
Has that Glen Galloway offered to send us scans or copies of his old zine Zero Gravity? No, he has not :(
Anyway, the GRIFTERS were a great band who reupped on 11/2/13 for the first time in 137 years to play the after party for the documentary Meanwhile In Memphis.
Separately, we had the good fortune to catch Grifters’ Dave Shouse with Vending Machine’s Robby Grant as >mancontrol< when they played the Silent Barn back in September 2013 and it was nuts. 

From our January 2014 archives and it’s a great one...

(Glen Galloway has yet to contact us though)

fuckinrecordreviews:

"…this is the demo tape EMBARRASSMENT would have sent to Nuf Sed…Another helping please."

SUPERDOPE #5 1992 (no page #) Jay Hinman, Editor

GRIFTERS review by SUPERDOPE contributor GLEN GALLOWAY

  • You mean, Glen Galloway from TRUMANS WATER and SOUL- JUNK? That Glen Galloway? YEA!
  • Does that Glen Galloway have a new band in 2014? He does: OCTAGRAPE. They toured the end of 2013 with SEBADOH
  • Has that Glen Galloway offered to send us scans or copies of his old zine Zero Gravity? No, he has not :(
  • Anyway, the GRIFTERS were a great band who reupped on 11/2/13 for the first time in 137 years to play the after party for the documentary Meanwhile In Memphis.
  • Separately, we had the good fortune to catch Grifters’ Dave Shouse with Vending Machine’s Robby Grant as 
    >mancontrol< when they played the Silent Barn back in September 2013 and it was nuts. 

SUPERDOPE #7 1994 (back cover) JAY HINMAN, Editor

  • Jay Hinman ventures into the record business 20 years ago with two killers on WOMB RECORDS!

"…while it’s a great & wide open space, I can assure you, you’ll never see kickball or candy concessions."

SUPERDOPE #5 1992(no page #) Jay Hinman, Editor

FLAHERTY/COLBOURNE/SCHOLZ/DOWNS review by SUPERDOPE contributor TOM LAX

"&#8230;someone has recaptured the stark frailties that skim the surface of most of Ms. Manning&#8217;s work&#8230;it&#8217;s the most gorgeous thing I&#8217;ve heard all year. I&#8217;d talk about Glass&#8217;s B-side, but hey, look at the time!"
SUPERDOPE #5 1992 (no page #) 
BARBARA MANNING/SEYMOUR GLASS review by Editor JAY HINMAN
Tom Lax&#8217;s review of Jandek&#8217;s Lost Cause from the same Superdope #5 page is here.
2014: DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE #1
"&#8230;someone has recaptured the stark frailties that skim the surface of most of Ms. Manning&#8217;s work&#8230;it&#8217;s the most gorgeous thing I&#8217;ve heard all year. I&#8217;d talk about Glass&#8217;s B-side, but hey, look at the time!"
SUPERDOPE #5 1992 (no page #) 
BARBARA MANNING/SEYMOUR GLASS review by Editor JAY HINMAN
Tom Lax&#8217;s review of Jandek&#8217;s Lost Cause from the same Superdope #5 page is here.
2014: DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE #1

"…someone has recaptured the stark frailties that skim the surface of most of Ms. Manning’s work…it’s the most gorgeous thing I’ve heard all year. I’d talk about Glass’s B-side, but hey, look at the time!"

SUPERDOPE #5 1992 (no page #) 

BARBARA MANNING/SEYMOUR GLASS review by Editor JAY HINMAN

As our friend at urbankill advises us, &#8220;Email Tom Lax. Ask him what his deal is re: Kevin Smith, re: The Every Secret Thing catalog. Remind him that it’s all on his shoulders. Be as rude as you need to be.&#8221;
We&#8217;re on it urbankill! In the mean time, we did some digging. We&#8217;re most certainly not the downlinker-here&#8217;s-a-link-enjoy! types, but given the unavailability of HYPHEN-SMYTHE and SAY YES TO APES material and the paucity of info regarding their time on this Earth, what the hell.
That link is from a short but very sweet blog called mrsblucherblogspot. Call us fuckinrecordreviews-come-lately, but Mrs. Blucher then linked us to LINGERING, &#8220;a small catalog of selected sound¬art¬music.&#8221; Lingering&#8217;s proprietor writes, &#8220;We like music that means just as much the day you die as the day you first heard it. Sometimes limited/DIY/handmade/artists editions, often rare/out-of-print.&#8221; The site is lovingly presented, gorgeous and straightforward.
Current availables at LINGERING include some *KYE* catalogue (CALL BACK THE GIANTS, HENNING CHRISTIANSEN, ASTOR, GRAHAM LAMBKIN, et al), and *ROARATORIO*catalogue(JOE MCPHEE &amp; CHRIS CORSANO,NELSON GASTALDI,PAULINE OLIVEROS, et al), as well as WAH WAH (who reissued all time FRR top five AME SON on vinyl) and EPIC SWEEP - home to those great Maxine Funke records of recent vintage. There&#8217;s more - not too much though, as they seem to keep it purposefully and smartly streamlined.  
Most relevant to the whole HYPHEN-SMYTHE/SAY YES TO APES discussion is an astute, informative and lengthy &#8220;footnote&#8221; (as they call it, hardly though) about TV Eye Records&#8230; &#8220;responsible for releasing some sublimely ridiculous and bewilderingly brilliant music in the early 1980s. Sadly, much of it remains as elusive as the characters responsible for the label&#8230;&#8221;
But that &#8220;footnote&#8221; links to an even lengthier eye-popping pdf with pix! (Scroll down)
...and yea, there are links! Internet good today. 
&#8220;For what it’s worth, while there are equal shades of lunacy and brilliance on all the releases, I would hold up Hyphen-Smythe’s solo LP, Say Yes to Apes ‘Knife’ 7” and Hyphenears LP ‘What are the Stars?’ [Hyphen-Smythe - FRR] as works of total genius.&#8221; - LINGERING 2012
urbankill:

fuckinrecordreviews:

"…this sounds like it was recorded very far from where you live by people you will never meet."
SUPERDOPE #5 1993 (no page #)
HYPHEN-SMYTHE review by JAY HINMAN, Editor
Has it really been 3 months since we last featured an excerpt from the same page? It moves fast. Jay’s review of AGUATURBIA is here.  
On 12/15/13 we added, “There was this point in 1992 where the incipient Forced Exposure catalogue tilted toward gonzo psych obscurities, about four years before the website and prior to Jimmy’s conversion to outré 808 digitalis. Jay references this early turn in the header above.” 
Can’t figure out why peoplez ain’t screaming about HYPHEN-SMYTHE and their precursor collective, SAY YES TO APES. More gone than some of the best of the New Zealand stuff from that era.
DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE #1 (2014) now available at FORCED EXPOSURE


A lack of screaming due to no association with Flying Nun/Xpressway/Homestead/Kurt Cobain’s personal mixtapes (all great labels, obviously, and Kurt Cobain put the Axemen on one of his mixes, but most people won’t dig that far). I’m surprised that anybody was writing about him in America back then. I’m guessing Tom Lax has another 100 NZ reissues in the pipeline, and maybe Kevin Smith is in there somewhere.
Email Tom Lax. Ask him what his deal is re: Kevin Smith, re: The Every Secret Thing catalog. Remind him that it’s all on his shoulders. Be as rude as you need to be.
As our friend at urbankill advises us, &#8220;Email Tom Lax. Ask him what his deal is re: Kevin Smith, re: The Every Secret Thing catalog. Remind him that it’s all on his shoulders. Be as rude as you need to be.&#8221;
We&#8217;re on it urbankill! In the mean time, we did some digging. We&#8217;re most certainly not the downlinker-here&#8217;s-a-link-enjoy! types, but given the unavailability of HYPHEN-SMYTHE and SAY YES TO APES material and the paucity of info regarding their time on this Earth, what the hell.
That link is from a short but very sweet blog called mrsblucherblogspot. Call us fuckinrecordreviews-come-lately, but Mrs. Blucher then linked us to LINGERING, &#8220;a small catalog of selected sound¬art¬music.&#8221; Lingering&#8217;s proprietor writes, &#8220;We like music that means just as much the day you die as the day you first heard it. Sometimes limited/DIY/handmade/artists editions, often rare/out-of-print.&#8221; The site is lovingly presented, gorgeous and straightforward.
Current availables at LINGERING include some *KYE* catalogue (CALL BACK THE GIANTS, HENNING CHRISTIANSEN, ASTOR, GRAHAM LAMBKIN, et al), and *ROARATORIO*catalogue(JOE MCPHEE &amp; CHRIS CORSANO,NELSON GASTALDI,PAULINE OLIVEROS, et al), as well as WAH WAH (who reissued all time FRR top five AME SON on vinyl) and EPIC SWEEP - home to those great Maxine Funke records of recent vintage. There&#8217;s more - not too much though, as they seem to keep it purposefully and smartly streamlined.  
Most relevant to the whole HYPHEN-SMYTHE/SAY YES TO APES discussion is an astute, informative and lengthy &#8220;footnote&#8221; (as they call it, hardly though) about TV Eye Records&#8230; &#8220;responsible for releasing some sublimely ridiculous and bewilderingly brilliant music in the early 1980s. Sadly, much of it remains as elusive as the characters responsible for the label&#8230;&#8221;
But that &#8220;footnote&#8221; links to an even lengthier eye-popping pdf with pix! (Scroll down)
...and yea, there are links! Internet good today. 
&#8220;For what it’s worth, while there are equal shades of lunacy and brilliance on all the releases, I would hold up Hyphen-Smythe’s solo LP, Say Yes to Apes ‘Knife’ 7” and Hyphenears LP ‘What are the Stars?’ [Hyphen-Smythe - FRR] as works of total genius.&#8221; - LINGERING 2012
urbankill:

fuckinrecordreviews:

"…this sounds like it was recorded very far from where you live by people you will never meet."
SUPERDOPE #5 1993 (no page #)
HYPHEN-SMYTHE review by JAY HINMAN, Editor
Has it really been 3 months since we last featured an excerpt from the same page? It moves fast. Jay’s review of AGUATURBIA is here.  
On 12/15/13 we added, “There was this point in 1992 where the incipient Forced Exposure catalogue tilted toward gonzo psych obscurities, about four years before the website and prior to Jimmy’s conversion to outré 808 digitalis. Jay references this early turn in the header above.” 
Can’t figure out why peoplez ain’t screaming about HYPHEN-SMYTHE and their precursor collective, SAY YES TO APES. More gone than some of the best of the New Zealand stuff from that era.
DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE #1 (2014) now available at FORCED EXPOSURE


A lack of screaming due to no association with Flying Nun/Xpressway/Homestead/Kurt Cobain’s personal mixtapes (all great labels, obviously, and Kurt Cobain put the Axemen on one of his mixes, but most people won’t dig that far). I’m surprised that anybody was writing about him in America back then. I’m guessing Tom Lax has another 100 NZ reissues in the pipeline, and maybe Kevin Smith is in there somewhere.
Email Tom Lax. Ask him what his deal is re: Kevin Smith, re: The Every Secret Thing catalog. Remind him that it’s all on his shoulders. Be as rude as you need to be.
As our friend at urbankill advises us, &#8220;Email Tom Lax. Ask him what his deal is re: Kevin Smith, re: The Every Secret Thing catalog. Remind him that it’s all on his shoulders. Be as rude as you need to be.&#8221;
We&#8217;re on it urbankill! In the mean time, we did some digging. We&#8217;re most certainly not the downlinker-here&#8217;s-a-link-enjoy! types, but given the unavailability of HYPHEN-SMYTHE and SAY YES TO APES material and the paucity of info regarding their time on this Earth, what the hell.
That link is from a short but very sweet blog called mrsblucherblogspot. Call us fuckinrecordreviews-come-lately, but Mrs. Blucher then linked us to LINGERING, &#8220;a small catalog of selected sound¬art¬music.&#8221; Lingering&#8217;s proprietor writes, &#8220;We like music that means just as much the day you die as the day you first heard it. Sometimes limited/DIY/handmade/artists editions, often rare/out-of-print.&#8221; The site is lovingly presented, gorgeous and straightforward.
Current availables at LINGERING include some *KYE* catalogue (CALL BACK THE GIANTS, HENNING CHRISTIANSEN, ASTOR, GRAHAM LAMBKIN, et al), and *ROARATORIO*catalogue(JOE MCPHEE &amp; CHRIS CORSANO,NELSON GASTALDI,PAULINE OLIVEROS, et al), as well as WAH WAH (who reissued all time FRR top five AME SON on vinyl) and EPIC SWEEP - home to those great Maxine Funke records of recent vintage. There&#8217;s more - not too much though, as they seem to keep it purposefully and smartly streamlined.  
Most relevant to the whole HYPHEN-SMYTHE/SAY YES TO APES discussion is an astute, informative and lengthy &#8220;footnote&#8221; (as they call it, hardly though) about TV Eye Records&#8230; &#8220;responsible for releasing some sublimely ridiculous and bewilderingly brilliant music in the early 1980s. Sadly, much of it remains as elusive as the characters responsible for the label&#8230;&#8221;
But that &#8220;footnote&#8221; links to an even lengthier eye-popping pdf with pix! (Scroll down)
...and yea, there are links! Internet good today. 
&#8220;For what it’s worth, while there are equal shades of lunacy and brilliance on all the releases, I would hold up Hyphen-Smythe’s solo LP, Say Yes to Apes ‘Knife’ 7” and Hyphenears LP ‘What are the Stars?’ [Hyphen-Smythe - FRR] as works of total genius.&#8221; - LINGERING 2012
urbankill:

fuckinrecordreviews:

"…this sounds like it was recorded very far from where you live by people you will never meet."
SUPERDOPE #5 1993 (no page #)
HYPHEN-SMYTHE review by JAY HINMAN, Editor
Has it really been 3 months since we last featured an excerpt from the same page? It moves fast. Jay’s review of AGUATURBIA is here.  
On 12/15/13 we added, “There was this point in 1992 where the incipient Forced Exposure catalogue tilted toward gonzo psych obscurities, about four years before the website and prior to Jimmy’s conversion to outré 808 digitalis. Jay references this early turn in the header above.” 
Can’t figure out why peoplez ain’t screaming about HYPHEN-SMYTHE and their precursor collective, SAY YES TO APES. More gone than some of the best of the New Zealand stuff from that era.
DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE #1 (2014) now available at FORCED EXPOSURE


A lack of screaming due to no association with Flying Nun/Xpressway/Homestead/Kurt Cobain’s personal mixtapes (all great labels, obviously, and Kurt Cobain put the Axemen on one of his mixes, but most people won’t dig that far). I’m surprised that anybody was writing about him in America back then. I’m guessing Tom Lax has another 100 NZ reissues in the pipeline, and maybe Kevin Smith is in there somewhere.
Email Tom Lax. Ask him what his deal is re: Kevin Smith, re: The Every Secret Thing catalog. Remind him that it’s all on his shoulders. Be as rude as you need to be.

As our friend at urbankill advises us, “Email Tom Lax. Ask him what his deal is re: Kevin Smith, re: The Every Secret Thing catalog. Remind him that it’s all on his shoulders. Be as rude as you need to be.”

  • We’re on it urbankill! In the mean time, we did some digging. We’re most certainly not the downlinker-here’s-a-link-enjoy! types, but given the unavailability of HYPHEN-SMYTHE and SAY YES TO APES material and the paucity of info regarding their time on this Earth, what the hell.
  • That link is from a short but very sweet blog called mrsblucherblogspot. Call us fuckinrecordreviews-come-lately, but Mrs. Blucher then linked us to LINGERING, “a small catalog of selected sound¬art¬music.” Lingering’s proprietor writes, “We like music that means just as much the day you die as the day you first heard it. Sometimes limited/DIY/handmade/artists editions, often rare/out-of-print.” The site is lovingly presented, gorgeous and straightforward.
  • Most relevant to the whole HYPHEN-SMYTHE/SAY YES TO APES discussion is an astute, informative and lengthy “footnote” (as they call it, hardly though) about TV Eye Records… “responsible for releasing some sublimely ridiculous and bewilderingly brilliant music in the early 1980s. Sadly, much of it remains as elusive as the characters responsible for the label…”
  • For what it’s worth, while there are equal shades of lunacy and brilliance on all the releases, I would hold up Hyphen-Smythe’s solo LP, Say Yes to Apes ‘Knife’ 7” and Hyphenears LP ‘What are the Stars?’ [Hyphen-Smythe - FRR] as works of total genius.” - LINGERING 2012

urbankill:

fuckinrecordreviews:

"…this sounds like it was recorded very far from where you live by people you will never meet."

SUPERDOPE #5 1993 (no page #)

HYPHEN-SMYTHE review by JAY HINMAN, Editor

  • On 12/15/13 we added, “There was this point in 1992 where the incipient Forced Exposure catalogue tilted toward gonzo psych obscurities, about four years before the website and prior to Jimmy’s conversion to outré 808 digitalis. Jay references this early turn in the header above.” 
  • Can’t figure out why peoplez ain’t screaming about HYPHEN-SMYTHE and their precursor collective, SAY YES TO APES. More gone than some of the best of the New Zealand stuff from that era.

A lack of screaming due to no association with Flying Nun/Xpressway/Homestead/Kurt Cobain’s personal mixtapes (all great labels, obviously, and Kurt Cobain put the Axemen on one of his mixes, but most people won’t dig that far). I’m surprised that anybody was writing about him in America back then. I’m guessing Tom Lax has another 100 NZ reissues in the pipeline, and maybe Kevin Smith is in there somewhere.

Email Tom Lax. Ask him what his deal is re: Kevin Smith, re: The Every Secret Thing catalog. Remind him that it’s all on his shoulders. Be as rude as you need to be.

"&#8230;this sounds like it was recorded very far from where you live by people you will never meet."
SUPERDOPE #5 1993 (no page #)
HYPHEN-SMYTHE review by JAY HINMAN, Editor
Has it really been 3 months since we last featured an excerpt from the same page? It moves fast. Jay&#8217;s review of AGUATURBIA is here.  
On 12/15/13 we added, &#8220;There was this point in 1992 where the incipient Forced Exposure catalogue tilted toward gonzo psych obscurities, about four years before the website and prior to Jimmy’s conversion to outré 808 digitalis. Jay references this early turn in the header above.&#8221; 
Can&#8217;t figure out why peoplez ain&#8217;t screaming about HYPHEN-SMYTHE and their precursor collective, SAY YES TO APES. More gone than some of the best of the New Zealand stuff from that era.
DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE #1 (2014) now available at FORCED EXPOSURE
"&#8230;this sounds like it was recorded very far from where you live by people you will never meet."
SUPERDOPE #5 1993 (no page #)
HYPHEN-SMYTHE review by JAY HINMAN, Editor
Has it really been 3 months since we last featured an excerpt from the same page? It moves fast. Jay&#8217;s review of AGUATURBIA is here.  
On 12/15/13 we added, &#8220;There was this point in 1992 where the incipient Forced Exposure catalogue tilted toward gonzo psych obscurities, about four years before the website and prior to Jimmy’s conversion to outré 808 digitalis. Jay references this early turn in the header above.&#8221; 
Can&#8217;t figure out why peoplez ain&#8217;t screaming about HYPHEN-SMYTHE and their precursor collective, SAY YES TO APES. More gone than some of the best of the New Zealand stuff from that era.
DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE #1 (2014) now available at FORCED EXPOSURE
"&#8230;this sounds like it was recorded very far from where you live by people you will never meet."
SUPERDOPE #5 1993 (no page #)
HYPHEN-SMYTHE review by JAY HINMAN, Editor
Has it really been 3 months since we last featured an excerpt from the same page? It moves fast. Jay&#8217;s review of AGUATURBIA is here.  
On 12/15/13 we added, &#8220;There was this point in 1992 where the incipient Forced Exposure catalogue tilted toward gonzo psych obscurities, about four years before the website and prior to Jimmy’s conversion to outré 808 digitalis. Jay references this early turn in the header above.&#8221; 
Can&#8217;t figure out why peoplez ain&#8217;t screaming about HYPHEN-SMYTHE and their precursor collective, SAY YES TO APES. More gone than some of the best of the New Zealand stuff from that era.
DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE #1 (2014) now available at FORCED EXPOSURE

"…this sounds like it was recorded very far from where you live by people you will never meet."

SUPERDOPE #5 1993 (no page #)

HYPHEN-SMYTHE review by JAY HINMAN, Editor

  • On 12/15/13 we added, “There was this point in 1992 where the incipient Forced Exposure catalogue tilted toward gonzo psych obscurities, about four years before the website and prior to Jimmy’s conversion to outré 808 digitalis. Jay references this early turn in the header above.” 
  • Can’t figure out why peoplez ain’t screaming about HYPHEN-SMYTHE and their precursor collective, SAY YES TO APES. More gone than some of the best of the New Zealand stuff from that era.

We don’t really cover the classic punk zines here at Fuckin’ Record Reviews…we leave those to the experts, of which Jay Hinman is one. He’s been hunting a copy of Upsetter #1 for ages and it’s clear why.

UPSETTER fanzine #1, 1978. This was put together in Los Angeles by Chris D. (Flesh Eaters), Judith Bell (pictured; an artist and Chris’s then-girlfriend who designed the sleeve and labels for the Flesh Eaters’ first EP) and Exene Cervenka.

You can read all about it in Dynamite Hemorrhage print fanzine #1.

(By the way, this image and many other fanzine stunners can be found at Ryan Richardson’s excellent Fanzine Faves - check it out).

"&#8230;this is the demo tape EMBARRASSMENT would have sent to Nuf Sed&#8230;Another helping please."
SUPERDOPE #5 1992 (no page #) Jay Hinman, Editor
GRIFTERS review by SUPERDOPE contributor GLEN GALLOWAY
You mean, Glen Galloway from TRUMANS WATER and SOUL- JUNK? That Glen Galloway? YEA!
Does that Glen Galloway have a new band in 2014? He does: OCTAGRAPE. They toured the end of 2013 with SEBADOH. 
Speaking of which, Tom Lax&#8217;s review of the  AZALiA SNAiL/SEBADOH split 7&#8221; on Dark Beloved Cloud from the same Superdope #5 page is here.
Has that Glen Galloway offered to send us scans or copies of his old zine Zero Gravity? No, he has not :(
Anyway, the GRIFTERS were a great band who reupped on 11/2/13 for the first time in 137 years to play the after party for the documentary Meanwhile In Memphis.
Separately, we had the good fortune to catch Grifters&#8217; Dave Shouse with Vending Machine&#8217;s Robby Grant as &gt;mancontrol&lt; when they played the Silent Barn back in September 2013 and it was nuts. 
"&#8230;this is the demo tape EMBARRASSMENT would have sent to Nuf Sed&#8230;Another helping please."
SUPERDOPE #5 1992 (no page #) Jay Hinman, Editor
GRIFTERS review by SUPERDOPE contributor GLEN GALLOWAY
You mean, Glen Galloway from TRUMANS WATER and SOUL- JUNK? That Glen Galloway? YEA!
Does that Glen Galloway have a new band in 2014? He does: OCTAGRAPE. They toured the end of 2013 with SEBADOH. 
Speaking of which, Tom Lax&#8217;s review of the  AZALiA SNAiL/SEBADOH split 7&#8221; on Dark Beloved Cloud from the same Superdope #5 page is here.
Has that Glen Galloway offered to send us scans or copies of his old zine Zero Gravity? No, he has not :(
Anyway, the GRIFTERS were a great band who reupped on 11/2/13 for the first time in 137 years to play the after party for the documentary Meanwhile In Memphis.
Separately, we had the good fortune to catch Grifters&#8217; Dave Shouse with Vending Machine&#8217;s Robby Grant as &gt;mancontrol&lt; when they played the Silent Barn back in September 2013 and it was nuts. 

"…this is the demo tape EMBARRASSMENT would have sent to Nuf Sed…Another helping please."

SUPERDOPE #5 1992 (no page #) Jay Hinman, Editor

GRIFTERS review by SUPERDOPE contributor GLEN GALLOWAY

  • You mean, Glen Galloway from TRUMANS WATER and SOUL- JUNK? That Glen Galloway? YEA!
  • Does that Glen Galloway have a new band in 2014? He does: OCTAGRAPE. They toured the end of 2013 with SEBADOH
  • Has that Glen Galloway offered to send us scans or copies of his old zine Zero Gravity? No, he has not :(
  • Anyway, the GRIFTERS were a great band who reupped on 11/2/13 for the first time in 137 years to play the after party for the documentary Meanwhile In Memphis.
  • Separately, we had the good fortune to catch Grifters’ Dave Shouse with Vending Machine’s Robby Grant as 
    >mancontrol< when they played the Silent Barn back in September 2013 and it was nuts. 

Hinman goes out again! That’s two 1991 nights in a row.  
We continue withTHIS DATE IN FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEWS HISTORY.
SUPERDOPE #1 1991 (page 3) JAY HINMAN, Editor
…and he admits to this being his 7th (!) time seeing Steel Pole Bathtub. Oy. We’ll take ‘ol faves IOWA BEEF EXPERIENCE in the first round.
Hinman goes out again! That’s two 1991 nights in a row.  
We continue withTHIS DATE IN FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEWS HISTORY.
SUPERDOPE #1 1991 (page 3) JAY HINMAN, Editor
…and he admits to this being his 7th (!) time seeing Steel Pole Bathtub. Oy. We’ll take ‘ol faves IOWA BEEF EXPERIENCE in the first round.
Hinman goes out again! That’s two 1991 nights in a row.  
We continue withTHIS DATE IN FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEWS HISTORY.
SUPERDOPE #1 1991 (page 3) JAY HINMAN, Editor
…and he admits to this being his 7th (!) time seeing Steel Pole Bathtub. Oy. We’ll take ‘ol faves IOWA BEEF EXPERIENCE in the first round.

Hinman goes out again! That’s two 1991 nights in a row.  

We continue withTHIS DATE IN FUCKIN’ RECORD REVIEWS HISTORY.

SUPERDOPE #1 1991 (page 3) JAY HINMAN, Editor

  • …and he admits to this being his 7th (!) time seeing Steel Pole Bathtub. Oy. We’ll take ‘ol faves IOWA BEEF EXPERIENCE in the first round.