• Aubrey Logan

    Aubrey Logan

    Impossible. Review by Joe Frietze.

  • Nothin’ to Lose

    Nothin’ to Lose

    Once upon a time, long ago, KISS was a rock band. This story recounts how four unlikely guys from New York first came together during the early 1970s and literally changed the face of rock and roll.

  • Madonna

    Madonna

    When given the chance to see Madonna, on a moment’s notice and four hours away, Jen Cray abandons all responsibilities, hightails it to Miami, and enjoys every sleep-deprived second of the journey!

  • Here Come the Mummies

    Here Come the Mummies

    Bed, Bath & Behind (Sphinxter). Review by Carl F Gauze.

  • Red Hot Chili Peppers

    Red Hot Chili Peppers

    Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductees Red Hot Chili Peppers still deliver, years after they’ve retired the tube socks and put on their pants. Jen Cray was happy to be part of even just a bit of their Orlando performance.

  • Dot Hacker

    Dot Hacker

    Dot Hacker (EP) (ORG Music). Review by Carl F Gauze.

  • Dancing Barefoot: The Patti Smith Story

    Dancing Barefoot: The Patti Smith Story

    Matthew Moyer thinks Dave Thompson’s Patti Smith bio just might tide you over until Smith delivers on the promised second volume of her memoir.

  • John Frusciante

    John Frusciante

    Niandra Lades and Usually Just a T-Shirt (American Recordings). Review by Eli Didier.

  • Linkin Park

    Linkin Park

    A Thousand Suns (Warner Bros. Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.

  • The Avett Brothers

    The Avett Brothers

    I and Love and You (Columbia Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.

  • Cage the Elephant

    Cage the Elephant

    Cage the Elephant proves to Jen Cray that while you may try to contain the animal, there’s nothing like a room full of screaming fans to set that beast free!

  • Me and My Friends

    Me and My Friends

    Have you ever wanted to be behind the scenes with Red Hot Chili Peppers? Tim Wardyn learned more about the band (and Flea‘s anatomy) from photographer Tony Woolliscroft‘s book Me and My Friends than he ever wanted to know.

  • Dead To Me

    Dead To Me

    African Elephants (Fat Wreck Chords). Review by Jen Cray.

  • Sick Puppies

    Sick Puppies

    With their latest release, Tri-Polar, Sick Puppies’ luck and perseverance begins to pay off with big-league success. Bassist Emma Anzai gives Ink 19 the dish on craigslist, the glamorous rock and roll lifestyle, and why you should never skimp on vitamins.

  • Michael Rother

    Michael Rother

    Fans of cutting-edge electronic music most likely have Michael Rother to thank. Rother was one of the prime movers in a German music scene, dubbed krautrock, that still sets the standard for exciting, weird, and groovy music. Ink 19 had the pleasure of chatting with Rother, who seems as comfortable with creating new music as he is with being a careful archivist of the music and legacy of his previous bands.

  • Rick Rubin: In the Studio

    Rick Rubin: In the Studio

    Jake Brown takes advantage of the 25th anniversary of Def Jam Records to present music fans with his appreciation of its co-founder, Rick Rubin.

  • Coheed & Cambria’s Chris Pennie

    Coheed & Cambria’s Chris Pennie

    Gail Worley finds drummer Chris Pennie of Coheed & Cambria to be one rad guy.

  • Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks

    Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks

    Real Emotional Trash (Matador). Review by Rose Petralia.

  • P.O.D.

    P.O.D.

    When Angels & Serpents Dance (Ino/Columbia). Review by Jen Cray.

  • Silverchair

    Silverchair

    Young Modern (Eleven). Review by Jen Cray.

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