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- January 17, 2019
Doug Hoekstra’s third book resonates.
Tales From the Megaplex (Saustex). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Brawls In The Briar (Super Secret Records). Review by James Mann.
The great Ronno – Mick Ronson – shines in this loving look at the glam-rock pioneer.
Alone. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
The Entertainers (Third Man Records). Review by Jen Cray.
b’lieve i’m goin down (Matador). Review by Jen Cray.
Lou Reed, RIP.
Lou Reed, RIP.
Day of the Dog (Bar None Records). Review by James Mann.
A Jewish kid from Brooklyn becomes the king of the blues in the classic Brill Building.
Synthetica (MMI/Mom + Pop). Review by Eli Didier.
Angles (RCA/Rough Trade). Review by Jen Cray.
A fascinating look at the melding of three seemingly disparate artists during a brief period of time that resulted in some of the most influential music to come out of the Seventies.
Medicine Show (Water ). Review by James Mann.
Tim Footman’s biography describes the sexual, intellectual, depressing romantic that is Leonard Cohen, leaving Jessica Whittington no choice but to put a little whipped cream on it and eat every word with a spoon.
Minor Love (Fat Possum). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Escape (Woodsist). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Take a trip back to Seattle’s musical heydey with Michael Lavine, who brings us all manner of visual treasure with Grunge.
Out Into The Snow (Team Love Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Despite a discography that would make you expect a persona along the lines of a reincarnated Captain Beefheart, in conversation, Arrington de Dionyso is polite and eager to communicate his artistic mission in as understated a manner as possible. Ink 19 caught up with the artist on a rare day off, somewhere in Texas, to speak about his new album Malaikat Dan Singa, performance, and making music to conjure spirits.