- June 27, 2017
For 25 years fans of the outrageously quirky ABC television show Twin Peaks have been patiently waiting for more. The fans kept this series alive long after it was dead and now it is back raw and rated R.
Tsuki (Little Dickman). Review by Jen Cray.
Chartreuse (State Capital Records/Little Dickman Records). Review by Jen Cray.
’76 (Lauren Records). Review by Jen Cray.
This is the End of Control (Hollywood). Review by Laura Pontillo.
Billy Corgan is The Smashing Pumpkins and, as a recent Orlando show proved to Jen Cray, his cast of brand new bandmates brings a whole new fist of fury to the band’s sound and performance.
Courtney Love has resurrected Hole, in a way, and set out on a tour that has quickly become the must-see beautiful disaster of the summer. Jen Cray caught the uneven Orlando show.
Encores at tiny punk rock shows?! They’re rare, but Jen Cray and a whole bunch of hungry fans dug this one.
For his first show in Central Florida in 15 years, Morrissey proved that not since Elvis has a musician been capable of inciting a near riot by a twist of his lip and the tossing of his shirt. Jen Cray was happily amongst the swooning masses.
Four on the Floor (The Militia Group). Review by Jen Cray.
Club Matuchek (Go Kart). Review by Jen Cray.
Back from the Brink (Spinerazor). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Wasted (). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Ugly (Laughing Outlaw Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Dark Snack (Yep Roc). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Worst Enemy (Side One Dummy). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Third Grade Teacher (Pinch Hit). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Suffrajett (In Music We Trust Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
More Than Motion (Tooth & Nail). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
The Family Jewels (Straight Line). Review by Jeff Montgomery.
If a band is made up of nothing but girls, a lot of people’s first inclination is to believe that they’re all eye candy with no real musical talent. The last thing a lot of people would believe is that they can actually rock! The ladies of Girlush Figure are out to put the lie to those old stereotypes with their first album, Target You. Phil Bailey introduces you to Pigpen, Squeaky, and Donna.