Luc Gehant’s review published on Letterboxd:
This documents the depth of the relationships between two men, their passions for music and their efforts to build a label on their own which for a short time (12 years) was unlike any other in the U.S. It was both an extraordinary effort that seems all but a miracle that it thrived as long as it did but it proves to show how there was a team of people who all believed in the music they loved and despite whatever costs may have been involved. They made an incredibly valiant effort until the weight of the larger corporate system would be their undoing. It's also worth saying that in it's own way they were the cornerstone of the industrial music genre which hasn't ever made as much of a comeback since that period. This stands as a sort of time capsule as well as a love letter to those who knew the store and the artists whose sound were represented under this name.