Tag: New York

The Shemps

Music Reviews

Spazz Out With The Shemps (Reservation Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.

Skinny Puppy

Event Reviews

Kiran Aditham witnesses the rebirth of Vancouver’s art-industrial legends Skinny Puppy; blood, guts and costume changes fully intact.

Skinny Puppy

Event Reviews

Skinny Puppy, Irving Plaza, New York, Industrial, Tweaker, ,Skinny Puppy,Tweaker, Otto Von Schirach,New York, NY,June 20th, 2004,Kiran Aditham

Clubland

Print Reviews

Investigative journalist Frank Owen pulls us into the ruthless (yet colorful and well-accessorized) world of ’90s New York and Miami club scenes. Dylan Garret likes the nightlife. He likes to boogie.

It’s Not Just Me…

Angry Ink

David Lee Beowulf wants you to know that he is not a blog, and then he wants to give you a heady dose of political and social common sense! Sure to infuriate! Sure to provoke thought!

Gena Dry

Interviews

What’s it like to be a struggling young English musician in New York when buildings start toppling? Bob Pomeroy finds out, in a conversation with newcomer Gena Dry.

A Time For Anger

Angry Ink

David Lee Beowulf weighs in with his views on the events of September 11th - complete with a reading list, natch. If you don’t throw yourself all out of whack with knee-jerk reactions, you might actually learn something.

Marah

Event Reviews

Marah, with the Pernice Brothers, the Silos, Ryan Adams, P.W. Long, and Tegan & Sara at the Mercury Lounge, New York, NY on October 20, 2000. Concert review by Sean Slone.

Drive-Thru Records Showcase

Event Reviews

Drive-Thru Recordss Showcase, featuring Allister, Midtown, Dashboard Confessional, and New Found Glory, at the Lion’s Den in New York City, NY on October 21, 2000. Concert review by Steve Schwadron.

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Drumming with Dead Can Dance

Drumming with Dead Can Dance

Print Reviews

Ink 19’s Roi J. Tamkin reviews Drumming With Dead Can Dance and Parallel Adventures, Peter Ulrich’s memoir of an artistic life fueled by Brendan Perry and Lisa Gerrard’s remarkable friendship.

The House that Screamed

The House that Screamed

Screen Reviews

Macabre masterpiece The House that Screamed gets a stunning Blu-ray makeover, revealing a release good enough to convert non-believers. Phil Bailey reviews.