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Sacha Mullin

Sacha Mullin
Country
United States
Profile
Sacha Mullin is a Chicago area singer and composer, and one of many participants in Cheer-Accident recordings. In addition to that, he has collaborated with a number of other artists and releases under his own name.
Photo by Jim Newberry
Website
http://sachamullin.com
Related articles (4)
Releases on file (4)
Cheer-Accident — Fades Cheer-Accident — Fades
(Skin Graft GR127, 2018, CD / LP / DL)
Sacha Mullin — Duplex Sacha Mullin — Duplex
(Alumni Clash XXAC-02, 2017, CD)
Cheer-Accident — Putting off Death Cheer-Accident — Putting off Death
(Cuneiform Rune 446, 2017, CD)
Sacha Mullin — Whelm Sacha Mullin — Whelm
(Alumni Clash XXAC-01, 2013, CD)

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