At a time when most record labels are releasing "best of" compilations and Ch…
Orbiting Cathedrals (Dossier). Review by G.D. Sever
Parker is armed with a piano and the naively optimistic self-assurance that p…
In usual Duran Duran style, nothing is as it seems. This album is practically…
Interview by David Lee Beowülf
Jonny Impetigo moves over to the wrong side of the tracks at columns.ink19.com, as we bid a simultaneous goodbye and hello with a star-studded retrospective. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll inch slowly away.
Laughter Fills Our Hollow Dome (Mr. Whiggs / Luna). Review by Terry Eagan.
Nationwide (MIA). Review by David Lee Beowülf
Click Click Domino (Thirty Tigers). Review by Jeremy Glazier.
The Age of Mastery (Century Media). Review by Jeremy Wernow
Alternately called spooky and melancholy, the Black Heart Procession really like to have fun just as much as the next guys, even if that doesn’t always come across in their music. Marcel Feldmar spoke with Tobias and Pall, and found out they aren’t ready for the grave yet, after all.
This Time Every Year 7" (Sonic Syrup). Review by Aaron Shaul.