The Boule Oui (Saustex Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Music, media, and thought from the Ink 19 editorial team
With its 4K restoration ready to hit theaters in early 2023, Lily and Generoso review director Bernardo Bertolucci’s masterful 1970 feature, The Conformist.
Our latest episode of New Music Now features our own Frank Dreyer and musical guests Fancey, the solo project of New Pornographers guitarist Todd Fancey, with vocalist Micae Pirritano. Stream the show for new music and a mini-course in music theory. Enjoy.
Chuck out the fuzzy bootlegs, the 1976 Bigfoot cult classic Creature from Black Lake is coming home on a pristine Blu-ray. Phil Bailey reviews.
An aspiring young filmmaker gets a sneak peak at the production of the first Star Wars movie and changes his life forever. This is a movie, after all. Carl F. Gauze reviews.
The Toadies revive their Rubberneck 25th Anniversary Tour, stopping in Kansas City with the fantastic Nashville Pussy and Reverend Horton Heat sharing the stage. Jeremy Glazier reviews.
The prestige horror film Audrey Rose gets a new life on Blu-ray from Arrow Video. Phil Bailey reviews.
Parched staff writer Christopher Long reveals the album “six-pack” that quenched his thirst best in 2022.
Earth Worship (Independent). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Close Connection (Sunnyside Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Steven Garnett catches up with the inimitable Jennifer Herrema in the wake of two festivals, lots of art projects, and more than 35 years of doing her thing.
“Buy a Little Time,” from Should Have Known by Now (Thirty Tigers). Review by Judy Craddock.
You’re Still Here (The Long Road Society and Speakeasy Studios SF). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
With Miko Marks opening a wonderful evening in Iowa City, Little Feat plunder their back catalog as Jeremy Glazier stands beneath the freak flag.
Politics is Crime. Crime is Politics. Discuss… Carl F. Gauze reviews Meditations on Crime, the book half of Harper Simon’s super-collaborative art and music project.
Three aimless misfits find themselves a purpose when they unwittingly start a band. It’s not your typical rock story, as Ian Koss explains.
New York filmmaker April Anderson talks with Bob Pomeroy about volcanoes, horses, and making documentaries in Iceland.
With a year of festival and microcinema screenings behind them, Lily and Generoso select and review their ten favorite films, six supplemental features, and one exceptional repertory release of 2022.
Carl F. Gauze reviews Live and Fucking Loud From London on DVD, featuring the queen of rock and roll sex appeal, Wendy O. Williams.
Director Laura Citarella, of the famed filmmaking collective El Pampero Cine, has created with her newest feature Trenque Lauquen a provocative transformation of her protagonist Laura (Laura Parades), whom Citarella first introduced in her 2011 film Ostende. Lily and Generoso enjoyed an in-depth conversation with Citarella about Trenque Lauquen when it screened at AFI Fest 2022.
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