With over 11 years together, more tours than Lance Armstrong, and a mariachi alter ego, The Bronx are still grateful to rock the stage.
The introspective singer-songwriter finds her happy place in New York City, music, and tattoos.
Grammy nominated singer/songwriter, Bilal, has just released his fourth studio album, A Love Surreal. After several years of working mainly in collaborations and after a devastating album leaking, leading to the failed release of his 2006 work, Bilal is back with some surrealist sounds and some awesome new ink as well.
Circa Survive's music is not intended for the radio. Their idea is that if they build an artful sound, the fans will come. “Ultimately we would rather have a small number of fans who are devoted enough to the message of creative freedom and who understand what we’re trying to do and support us than try to put a net out to the masses and see how many dollars we can pull in.” — Anthony Green, frontman
By far not a one-dimensional DJ, Jena Red delivers a blend of hip-hop, funk, and jazz to her crowds, but adapts her sound to any venue setting. Her versatility and passion for music is what keeps Jena one of NYC's fastest rising DJ's in the music and party scene. This bi-coastal/global DJ takes some time out of her busy schedule to chat with Inked about everything from her tattoos to what she does in her spare time.
There’s a new power couple in the inked community: tattoo artist Kat Von D and DJ and producer Deadmau5 (Joel Zimmerman). Kat Von Deadmau5’s relationship is one of talent, art, and, of course, ink. He said, she said, I love you.
There are two different sides to rising pop star Emii. The sexy singer behind “Stilettos” and “Mr. Romeo” (recorded with the recently rechristened Snoop Lion) certainly knows how to work her goddess mojo, but at heart she’s a geek who feels at home discussing X-Men, having “nerdgasms” at Comic-Con, and quoting Star Wars.
Thirty years into his career as frontman for New York hardcore icons Agnostic Front, Cuban-born Roger Miret is living what he calls his “eternal retirement.”