- Music Reviews
- October 11, 2019
Graveyard Island (Hellcat). Review by Scott Adams.
May Terry ponders growing beyond riot-grrlism as the Corin Tucker Band plays The Mercury Lounge in New York City.
Jeff Schweers buries this morbid, creepy, gag-inducing yet glossy coffee table tome about dead rock stars, where they died, and their final resting places.
Television can be good for you. Especially when it’s Glenn O’Brien’s NYC art-damaged public access freakshow. This is TV Party. Pay attention.
Matthew Moyer has his eye on a nice, new pair of leather suspenders — and he’s gonna wear them while watching Return of the Living Dead boys.
Anton Warner delves into the "bad luck" 13th issue of the pop culture journal While You Were Sleeping, and ponders its unique "adultlescent" appeal.
Karen Carpenter-Damascus and Frances Farmer say good-bye with a very special Web comic.
Kiran Aditham examines The Ramones’ place in the pantheon of punk rock.
Marcel Feldmar remembers how the city of Seattle gathered not to mourn Joey, but to celebrate his life, and reveals his top five Ramones memories.
For the musician’s standpoint, we yield the floor to the compiler of the Ramones tribute album Gabba Gabba Hey, as former Adolescents and current ADZ lead singer Tony Reflex offers his reflections on one of his biggest inspirations.
Brian Kruger enumerates the things we take for granted today that would not have existed without The Ramones.
David Lee Beowulf details his brushes with Joey Ramone, the band’s place in history, and the real definition of punk.
Terry Eagan reminds us that while Joey may be gone, the music remains.
Punk rock progenitor Joey Ramone passed away Sunday afternoon after a battle with lymphatic cancer. David Lee Beowulf says a brief farewell. – ,Ink 19 will offer a special tribute to the life and legacy of Joey Ramone later this week.
Carl F. Gauze recalls the day The Ramones changed the face of his Milwaukee college radio station forever.