Recorded in New York 25 years ago, Alan Vega’s
long-lost ‘Mutator’ album has been brought to life
by his wife and long-time collaborator Liz Lamere and his close friend Jared Artaud, who offer a fascinating insight into the life and work of the Suicide vocalist

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