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  • Pete Roche

    5 reasons to see Living Colour in concert

    Living Colour turned in a tight forty-five minute set outside Ohio State Reformatory this weekend as part of the first inaugural Inkcarceration Festival. The New York City hard-rockers behind “Cult of Personality” played the tattoo and heavy metal-oriented music event at the end of a sweltering...
  • Interview: Living Colour's Doug Wimbish talks inspiration, "Inkcarceration"

    Interview: Living Colour's Doug Wimbish talks inspiration, "Inkcarceration"

    Living Colour stunned the rock world with the release of Vivid in 1988. Featuring the iconic “Cult of Personality,” menacing “Middle Man,” earnest “Open Letter to a Landlord,” and glitzy “Glamour Boys,” the Mick Jagger-mentored album was an awesome eye-opener for suburban white teenagers too young...
  • Interview: Clutch's Jean-Paul Gaster talks Inkcarceration Festival

    Interview: Clutch's Jean-Paul Gaster talks Inkcarceration Festival

    Clutch has been bludgeoning ears since the release of their debut album, Transnational Motor Speedway, in 1992. The hard-hitting Maryland quartet cultivated its core following with each subsequent release—from the eponymous Clutch in 1995 and The Elephant Riders in 1997 to Earth Rocker in 2012 and...
  • Will Calhoun, Tania Stavreva and Ron Saint Germain collaborate on the album, Rhythmic Movement.

    Interview: Tania Stavreva’s ‘Rhythmic Movement’ brings you classical music with a modern twist

    Bulgarian-born virtuoso Tania Stavreva is getting ready to release her debut album on Jan. 7, entitled, Rhythmic Movement. This naturally gifted pianist has a unique contemporary classic style, influenced by a variety of artists ranging from composer Vladimir Horowitz to the The Beatles and Aretha...
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