- Music Reviews
- July 27, 2016
Welcome The Worms (Dead Oceans). Review by Jen Cray.
Warped Tour 2016
After criss-crossing the US for more than year, promoting their acclaimed debut release, newly-minted pop/rock poster kids, Jule Vera, recently conquered the UK before starting work on their sophomore record.
In the wilds of Washington, the beautiful Columbia Gorge serves as the backdrop to the 4-day music festival extravaganza known as Sasquatch Fest. Alexa Harris was there to experience great shows and interesting people, and sometimes braving the elements along the way.
It’s been thirty years after Roi Tamkin saw 10KM take the stage at the 40 Watt Club….
Walter Carter has acquired the first ‘burst Les Paul. Oh, one can dream…
Florence + the Machine brings a bit of magic to Orlando, and to Jen Cray.
From the Big Muddy: Impressions of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival 2016
Meet the minor and only vaguely famous actors from the original Star Wars movie.
Autism and blindness doesn’t stand in the way of a young woman search for love, sexual fulfillment and an interesting kink lifestyle.
The Damned was the first UK punk band to release an album. Join Captain Sensible and David Vanian as they look back over their long and winding career.
An orphaned child learns to take care of himself in the spectacular wilderness of New Zealand.
Follow the career of Joseph Newman, inventor of the dubious Newman Engine as he fights his way through the halls of power seeking to patent his perpetual motion machine.
Detroit in the 1960’s was a hard city going through hard times. The music that come out of Detroit was incubated at the Grande Ballroom. Wayne Kramer (MC5), Ted Nugent and many others remember the wild times.
Just because you got ditched on the eve of your wedding doesn’t mean you can’t go on the honeymoon with the best man.
Russian women are tough. Meet a collection of them who survived Chernobyl and then snuck back in to live out their days on their radioactive old homesteads.
Pam Grier escapes a prison chained to a white girl revolutionary in Black Mama, White Mama.
The Lobster is a disquieting rom-com.
Humanistic (Extasy). Review by Vanessa Bormann.
Give Us Barabbas (Tooth & Nail). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
XXX (!K7). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The Good Times (Universal). Review by Bill Campbell.
Satan’s Kicking Yr Dick In (Squealer). Review by Jason Michelitch.
After an inauspicious start with a track slightly too reminiscent of the Sma…
Maxeen (Side One Dummy). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
No Regret (T-Recs). Review by Andrew Ellis.
A look back at some notable holiday features Ink 19 has published over the years…
Various Artists (Oop Ack). Review by Sir Edmund Hillary Dennis Rodman Clinton
Staind is one of the few hard rock bands from the mid-90s to actually still be making legit music today. So 17 years after their inception, is their first live DVD worth the wait? Tim Wardyn thinks so…sort of.
Expansion Team (Capitol). Review by Bill Campbell.
Boo Hoo (Projekt). Review by Ian Koss.
zine, photocopy, punk, DIY,Stolen Sharpie Revolution,by Alex Wrekk,Microcosm Publishing,Jason Feifer
Marriage should be carefully considered decision between two mature, committed adults. Oh, what the hack, just ask already. Carl F Gauze has no regrets, either.
Phase Three (145). Review by Troy Jewell.
A Long Way To Nowhere (Elevator). Review by Stein Haukland.
What we have here, damas y caballeros, is an astounding pastiche of just abou…
Anthology – Volume 1 (Westworld Recordings). Review by Carl F Gauze.