- The Lacking Organization
- February 26, 2021
You can say that bedrock funk bassist Bootsy Collins is The One, and you would be right on so many levels.
Definitely Not a Redd Kross EP (Chunklet Industries). Review by Laura Pontillo.
Adam Ant storms Orlando and proves that the ’80s are still alive. Jen Cray had to check it out for herself.
Prospect of the Deep, Volume One (Indivisible Music). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Breaks It Down (Put Together Music). Review by James Mann.
Peter Pan flittered into children’s literature a century ago; now see where he came from and became the sprite you know and love.
They Might Be Giants returned to Vinyl Music Hall in Pensacola for an early stop on the tour behind the band’s latest album, “I Like Fun.” Of course, Julio Diaz was there.
The film versions of “Shakespeare in Love” comes to the stage packed with jokes and gag for the Elizabethan play lover.
Andy Frasco and the UN hold a rock and roll revival and dance party at the Crowbar in Ybor City.
Sid is dead and Nancy’s not much better in this low-res doc on the Sex Pistols and their disastrous 1978 US tour.
If We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous (Shovel And a Spade Records). Review by James Mann.
John 5 and the Creatures give a class in Guitar God 101 at the Social.
A Season Of Jenny. Review by Stacey Zering.
Art and politics collide when an ancient painting compromises refugee’s attempts to flee a war.
Emo is still alive and well on The Peace and The Panic Tour. Neck Deep, Creeper and others wind up a sold-out crowd in Orlando. Vanna Porter has photographic proof.
The love story between a psychotic Irish revolutionary and his cat. Wear old clothes, the blood sprays to row F in this dark, dark comedy.
Danny Kaye returns to the stage via the channeling of Mr. Wesley Slade at Winter Park Playhouse
Rabot (Glacial Movements). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Modern-day metal stalwart, In This Moment returned to Orlando, headlining an impressive, mind-melting, four-band affair.
Huayno, Carnaval & Cumbia The Sound of the Peruvian Andes Huayno, Carnaval & Cumbia 1968 – 1978 (Tiger’s Milk). Review by Bob Pomeroy.