- Music Reviews
- October 23, 2019
The Quebe Sisters. Review by James Mann.
To The Sunset (Silver Knife Records). Review by James Mann.
Uses For Humans . Review by Bob Pomeroy.
The recently reunited Underoath wrapped up their sold-out Rebirth Tour in Orlando and even a skeptical Jen Cray was convinced of their power.
Tookah (Rough Trade US). Review by Rose Petralia.
May Terry awakens from a synth-pop slumber to enjoy the off-the-beaten path music of Sasha Siem at Le Poisson Rouge in NYC.
Polly Scattergood (Mute). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Merrill Garbus‘s enigmatic musical experiments are released under the odd moniker tUnE-yArDs. Ink 19 caught up with tUnE-yArDs to dish on her new album, BiRd BrAiNs, out now on vinyl.
Two Suns (Astralwerks). Review by Jen Cray.
High Places (Thrill Jockey). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Lost Wisdom (PW Elverum and Sun). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Seventh Tree (Mute Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
With the second half of their ambitious conceptual double album finally in the hands of fans, Thrice continues its ascension into greatness. The show they put on in Orlando was enough to secure their place in Jen Cray‘s heart for life.
Made of Bricks (Fictions/Geffen). Review by Jen Cray.
Immolation/Immersion (Strange Attractors). Review by Bob Ham.
Volcano (Quire). Review by Jen Cray.
Appendix (K7!). Review by Bob Ham.
Cove Reber (lead singer) of the Southern Californian rock group Saosin talks to Mark Fredrickson during the Projekt Revolution tour about how he joined the band, their latest record and how food can make or break a tour.
The Orphans (Test Tube Baby). Review by Jen Cray.
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.