by Darian Lane
Published: February 10, 2015.
Invisible Sentence is no holds barred self-expression. It sings a singular song about Los Angeles, about his day and age, and about this Generation's view of it. Raswell isn't judging one race as opposed to another; instead he serves us all up black, white, rich, poor and simply says: Look at us. He peels back the veneer and invites us all to look at ourselves, to much amusement and much horror.