- Archikulture Digest
- September 22, 2019
Cowboys and courtesans, oh my!
Tell Me I’m Pretty (RCA Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Adam Ant returns from a long hiatus with a darker and more retro sound in this intimate documentary.
Mixerman is back, and this time he has the task of navigating a young Indian billion-heir through the excesses and pitfalls of today’s music industry. Julius C. Lacking provides summary and insight.
First Time, Long Time. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
DéjÃ Vu (RCA Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Famed music venue “Doc’s Music Hall” in Muncie, Indiana survived urban decay but can’t make through a civic revival.
The final installment in our guide to ghosts of content past here at Ink 19…
A look back at some notable holiday features Ink 19 has published over the years…
A look back at some notable holiday music Ink 19 has reviewed over the years…
Wake Up! (Believe Digital / Multimedia San Paolo). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Matisyahu brought his Festival of Light tour to Plaza Live to celebrate both the holiday season and the ten year anniversary of his breakthrough, Live at Stubbs Vol. I. Bob Pomeroy shares the experience.
Skeletons. Review by Joe Frietze.
We follow the rocking Scorpions on their farewell tour. After fifty years on stage not only can they still rock, they have Mikhail Gorbachev as a friend.
Better late than never says our editor, James Mann as he gives a brief look at some of the years best.
The Phage EP (Burger Records). Review by Jen Cray.
This classic surrealist punk-rock, low-budget, lo-fi movie by the entire Mystic Knights of the Oingo-Boingo family returns in color, black and white and covered in a delicious Special Sauce of bonus features.
My Personal Culloden (Forever Heavenly). Review by James Mann.
Nearly two hour documentary focusing on Amphetamine Reptile Records, responsible for releasing some of the noisiest punk-inspired music in the ’90s, including Helmet, Melvins, and Tar.
This two and a half hour documentary explores everything you might want to know about former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett and the history of Progressive Rock.
Marriage (Deer Bear Wolf). Review by James Mann.