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Warp

Warp was a magazine published in Carlsbad, California in the early 1990s which combined elements of skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing, and music.

Nirvana: Incesticide (Geffen Records)

Review by Ian Christe, Warp, June 1993

ORIGINALLY INTENDED for release by their former label under the name Cash Cow, this collection of fifteen tight and tuneful Nirvana rarities has one of ...

Jon Spencer Blues Explosion: Extra Wide (Matador)

Review by Ian Christe, Warp, November 1993

JON SPENCER'S grunge-blues attitude army swims in the stewed funky swankness of young Elvis, classic Cramps, new Beastie Boys, and any band with a regular ...

Big Black, Rapeman, Shellac, Steve Albini: The Hard Golden Tone of Shellac: An Interview with Steve Albini

Interview by Ian Christe, Warp, 1994

MICROPHONE CONNOISSEUR and billiardsman Steve Albini has recorded albums for the Pixies, Nirvana, the Jesus Lizard, and PJ Harvey. He doesn’t know when to ...

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