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In 1993, three boys were tried and convicted for murder — not based on physical evidence, but on the grounds that they were ‘Satanists’ because they listened to heavy metal and read books by Stephen King. Despite a national outcry and an Academy Award-winning documentary on the case, the boys are still in prison. Supersuckers’ frontman Eddie Spaghetti put together a compilation to help Free the West Memphis Three, and recently discussed the compilation and the case with Sean Carswell.
Carl F. Gauze brings you the true story of one man’s subversive fight for truth, justice, and a hand-written apology from a telemarketer.
So far, the best punk album of the year. And it’ll be tough for anyone to ecl…
Andrew Ellis reviews Golden Days, a documentary about NYC band The Damnwells, which expertly brings to life Hunter S Thompson’s famous observation about the perils of the music industry.
Victory Records has taken a chance on an experimental indie rock band that put out one of 2006’s most exciting debuts. Moros Eros are going to blow up in 2007. Jen Cray spoke with lead singer/guitarist/lyricist, Zach Tipton, while he enjoyed what could very well be his last couple weeks of anonymity at home in Georgia.
Mellow and pretty and pretty mellow cute sing-a-long pop songs. The vocals so…
Merrill Garbus‘s enigmatic musical experiments are released under the odd moniker tUnE-yArDs. Ink 19 caught up with tUnE-yArDs to dish on her new album, BiRd BrAiNs, out now on vinyl.
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