- Screen Reviews
- February 20, 2019
Guillermo del Toro gives a new look at gothic horror in Crimson Peak.
Sub Pop melodic noisemakers No Age kicked off a week-long anniversary celebration for one of Orlando’s best concert promoters at one of the town’s coolest little clubs. Jen Cray dropped in to pay her respects.
Phantogram transports an Orlando audience, including Jen Cray, into another dimension with the help of some tribal trance music, a slide show, and a whole lot of strobe lights.
These days Juliette Lewis is more a musician who makes movies when she’s not touring than an actress who dabbles as a rockstar. Anyone who has seen her live show, as Jen Cray has, can attest to the validity of the stake she’s claimed on rock ‘n’ roll.
Miniature Tigers’ bold blending of indie pop with grandiose compositions makes them accessible enough for the casual listener, yet eclectic enough for seasoned critic, Jen Cray.
Encores at tiny punk rock shows?! They’re rare, but Jen Cray and a whole bunch of hungry fans dug this one.
Displaying obvious old-school influences, Michigan’s own Pop Evil proves that the true cock-rock spirit of rock and roll is alive and well. Christopher Long reads the medical chart.
Off With Their Heads slays an early afternoon crowd in Orlando.
Monotonix and Surfer Blood help Parafora Productions celebrate 3 years of amazing live music at Orlando’s BackBooth. Jen Cray is still reeling.
Jen Cray enjoys a bit of Fake Problems in Orlando.
Keeping it simple but not stupid, Teenage Bottlerocket and a host of others helped make Jen Cray‘s evening enjoyable and yes, quite punk.
The ever mighty Valient Thorr returns to Orlando to slay the crowd, Jen Cray included, once more.
It takes some serious skills to make moody, indie rock sound new and fresh, but Low Vs. Diamond does just that. Jen Cray was wooed by their swagger and elegance at a recent Orlando date.
As part of a pseudo-after-party for Gainesville, Florida’s punk rock weekend (The Fest), Polar Bear Club attempts to make new punk sound classic. Jen Cray is entertained, though not entirely convinced.
Totimoshi have their own unique take on heavy music, discovers Jen Cray, but they’re having trouble finding an audience for it.
Jen Cray gets a peek at Ian Farnesi‘s real, live blood during The Frantic‘s Orlando debut.
The A.K.A.s finally win over the hearts of a Florida audience. Jen Cray congratulates the band on its success.
Teenage Bottlerocket may just be one more example of the great influence that The Ramones have had on music, but Jen Cray didn’t come to judge.
Summerbirds In the Cellar have developed such a large Orlando following that the cd release party for their long-awaited sophomore disc, Druids, demanded not one but two shows. Jen Cray dropped in for the early show.