- Screen Reviews
- July 15, 2019
You haven’t experienced this gruesome classic until you see it on Blu-ray.
When An Electric Storm. (Educational Recordings) Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Unwilling Participant. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Human Performance (Rough Trade). Review by Jen Cray.
Decline of the West Vol. I & II (Partisan Records). Review by James Mann.
Jenny Lewis overcomes being the opening band, and sound and lighting issues, to overwhelm an Orlando audience, as Jen Cray knew she would.
Lonerism (Modular Fontana). Review by Jason O’Neal Griggs.
The Sounds strut back through Orlando and Jen Cray is part of the small but devoted crowd that welcomes them.
Demolished Thoughts (Matador). Review by Chet Barker.
Vintage interviews with the triumvirate of guitar gods.
Insert Coin. Review by Robert Sutton.
Hello=Fire (Schnitzel Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Shame, Shame (Anti-). Review by Sean Slone.
Cage the Elephant proves to Jen Cray that while you may try to contain the animal, there’s nothing like a room full of screaming fans to set that beast free!
Rockabilly, blues, jazz – delightful Dublin diva Imelda May put everything but the kitchen sink on the Moore Theater’s stage. Seattle hepcat Steve Stav was there to admire it all.
Tragically, The Knack‘s career has come to a close with the passing of frontman/ songwriter/ guitarist Doug Fieger on Valentine’s Day 2010. Steve Stav remembers the man, resurrecting this interview conducted for Ink 19 a few days after Fieger’s 53rd birthday in 2005.
Here Anonymous (Dangerbird). Review by Jen Cray.
Fujiya & Miyagi brought their unique brand of electronica to Orlando’s BackBooth recently. Phillip Haire got his groove on.
Birds On Wires (Hey!LowSound Recordings). Review by Robert M. Sutton.
The return of anti-folk master Paleface piqued the interest of few in Orlando, but those who did turn out for his intimate, late-night performance on a frigid winter night were treated to a rare moment of musical beauty.
Fucked Up Friends (anticon). Review by P. McEver.