• Frank Turner

    Frank Turner

    Rock & Roll EP (Epitaph). Review by Jen Cray.

  • Against Me!

    Against Me!

    Against Me! test drives both a new drummer and a new set of songs on a mini-Florida tour that finds them squeezing into the packed confines of The Social in Orlando.

  • Chuck Ragan

    Chuck Ragan

    A fast departure from Brand New’s show at the House of Blues brought me to the much more laid back vibe at The Social for the Chuck Ragan gig. The Hot Water Music frontman was not the only famous frontman who decided to leave his band at home and go it alone for an acoustic evening. Jen Cray was in for a quadruple bill of talent!

  • Dustin Kensrue

    Dustin Kensrue

    Please Come Home (Equal Vision). Review by Jen Cray.

  • Shaun Kama

    Shaun Kama

    Shaun Kama has set aside his aggressive punk rock side and picked up an acoustic guitar to allow his songwriting soul to be the focus of his new project with The Kings of the Wild Frontier. Jen Cray phones him up for a chat.

  • Social Distortion

    Social Distortion

    Social Distortion plays to yet another sold-out crowd 25 years into their career. Thus proving conclusivelly, to Jen Cray and all that Punk is not dead.

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