- Screen Reviews
- January 26, 2021
New Haven CT. Makes a pretty sound argument it’s pizza is better than New York or Chicago. And Detroit? Please. Have some respect.
The sad, rancorous end of The Beatles is compelling told in And In The End.
Berlin based photographer, Holger Talinski, takes on a visual tour of Peaches world. He spends far more time in sweaty rehearsal halls and hotel rooms than he does showing the glamour of being a rock star. He provides the proper unfussy photographic documentation of a performer with a don’t give a damn attitude.
If I Was A River (River House Records). Review by James Mann.
Take a tour through the Pointless Forest with Harry Nilsson and Ringo Starr.
This unauthorized documentary on The Beatles’ Apple Records portrays a sad tale of talent wasted, careers crushed, and a few miraculous successes that never went anywhere.
With almost 90,000 registrants and over 1,300 exhibitors, this years’ Winter NAMM showcased the latest in musical gear and broke a couple of records while doing it. Elianne Halbersberg shares some highlights.
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.
For the third straight year indie-rock tastemaker Pitchfork Media summoned the masses, including Chris Catania, and delivered a balanced mix of promising upstarts and legends for the Pitchfork Music Festival.
Love Rocks (Centaur). Review by Ben Varkentine.
Live @ Roxy2 (*69). Review by Ben Varkentine.
Walking On Thin Ice (Twisted/Mind Train). Review by Ben Varkentine.
Peppermint and Papa My Buddha (Mango & Sweet Rice). Review by Stein Haukland.