Games of Power (La Vida Es Un Mus Discos). Review by Steven Cruse.
To Repel Ghosts (Static Blooms Records.). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Music superfans Lois and Dennis have been attending concerts and befriending musicians since the ’70s. The couple shares their obsessive music fandom with the rest of the world in this quirky, charming documentary.
American Psycho: Original London Cast Recording. Review by Carl F Gauze.
Dreamlover (Group Tightener Records). Review by Laura Pontillo.
Outside (Independent). Review by Michelle Wilson.
The Post Romantic Empire Album (Our Sweetest Songs). Review by Carl F Gazue.
Matthew Moyer unveils the secrets of this month’s 45 Grave.
Merchandise makes Gainesville, and Matthew Moyer, swoon like teenagers at an early ’90s Morrissey concert… and that’s a very, very good thing.
May Terry melts the winter doldrums with the French Horn Rebellion’s all-out Nu-Disco dance party at Brooklyn Bowl.
Put Your Sad Down EP (Vagrant). Review by Jen Cray.
Cut Copy, a band too skilled to be discarded as just another dance band, blanketed Orlando’s Firestone Live with an aura of awesome, according to Jen Cray and about a thousand others.
Covers 80’s. Review by Tim Wardyn.
Zonoscope (Modular Recordings). Review by Jen Cray.
Memories of an Echo. Review by Robert Sutton.
Electric Sunset (K Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Surfer Blood stole the headlining spot right out from under tour mates The Pains of Being Pure at Heart for a semi-hometown Orlando gig, but Jen Cray doesn’t think that they earned it.
Bedroom Madness (Noise Pop). Review by Matthew Moyer.
White Crosses (Sire). Review by Jen Cray.
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