- Music Reviews
- June 11, 2021
Body of Work (1990-1995) (Don Giovanni ). Review by Scott Adams.
Autolux will put you to sleep while keeping you awake. Lush, dreamy sounds with bursts of distortion that made Jen Cray‘s head feel light and her feet feel heavy.
Dance/pop darlings of the 80’s, Erasure, bring a flamboyant display of unadulterated fun to Orlando’s House of Blues. Jen Cray is pleasantly surprised.
On the eve of the Southeast Regional DJ Competition, Shelton Hull speaks to local turntablist DJ Shotgun about his career, the logistics of bringing an event like this to Jacksonville, and their city’s vibrant hip-hop scene.
The Gore Gore Girls take the two best musical styles of Detroit, Motown and Garage Rock, and combine them with sexy, sultry attitude. Jen Cray reports from the white vinyl lounge.
Punk Rock Pop Star Billy Idol is touring in support of his comeback album, Devil’s Playground , and Jen Cray has the good news — he still rocks!
Green Day started out 16 years ago as a bratty punk rock band playing in dank, empty clubs, but these days their ambitious punk rock opera American Idiot has catapulted them onto a sold-out arena tour. Jen Cray finds them not to have changed in the least.
Shelton Hull went to the Piano competition to catch some great jazz and ended up seeing a screw-job worthy of Bret Hart in Montreal. Here’s how it went down.
The guys of Interpol look and sound great in concert, but remind Jen Cray of a bunch of Ken dolls when onstage.
The former frontman for the seminal hardcore punk outfit, The Misfits, unleashed an evening of pure, dark, bluesy metal on an eager Florida crowd. Jen Cray escapes unscathed.
Ska pioneers, The Toasters, are still inspiring kids to skank 24 years into their career. Jen Cray attends a ska triple bill in Orlando and tells us how they manage to do it.