- Screen Reviews
- May 18, 2022
Marion Davies shines in this restored silent comedy classic from Undercrank Productions. Review by Phil Bailey.
Jeremy Glazier and guests Chelsey Coy and Gary Knight of Americana folk band Single Girl Married Girl talk about new music from soulful country artist Riddy Arman, folk favorite Ben Greenberg, Norwegian folk duo Kings of Convenience, and Single Girl Married Girl’s third album, Three Generations of Leaving. Don’t miss it!
KAFM community radio DJ Julius C. Lacking, WORT Madison’s DJ Kayla Kush, and James Searl of Mike duSt and Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad connect from across the country to talk about their favorite new tracks from The Allergies, Mungo’s Hi-Fi, Man Like Devin, and Mike duSt. Read on, then tune in!
NMN Episode One features Adam Elk, talking about his band the Mommyheads with KAFM Radio’s Judy C. and Julius C. Lacking. No relation, everyone! They’re just good friends.
Pet Cemetery. Review by Julius C. Lacking.
Joe Jack Talcum sings Railroad Bill and Other Songs. Review by Julius C. Lacking.
1995 (RECORDJET). Review by Julius C. Lacking.
If you have a problem distinguishing between highly inappropriate and hilarious, then Ian Koss thinks this show is for you.
Sometimes all you need to do is reveal state secrets in a lovely folk song.
Gorgeous and flat, this film is for fans of Scottish history and scenery,
It’s just your typical, charming, small-town witches’ coven.
Somehow, Ben Vaughn manages to make time for an interview with Ian Koss in the midst of his many moods and projects.
Where does the time go? Contributing writer Christopher Long reflects on his first decade with Ink 19.
The final installment in our guide to ghosts of content past here at Ink 19…
Can a man survive for two years on a strange planet without air, food, water, and Netflix? Ian Koss relates the strange tale of The Martian
Step back to the Mongol Empire with Ian Koss. Bring your sword.
Guitars have become quite affordable lately… and supremely boring. Ian Koss discovers a new alternative.
M. Night Shyamalan pours a fresh vat of alien drool down a plot hole with Will Smith’s DNA at the bottom. You might think that’s a good thing.
Pad Thai, Richard Pryor, a metal madman, and masked musicians: The Legend of the Seagullmen invaded Cocoa Beach. Ian Koss makes sense of it all.