Tag: Of Montreal

of Montreal

of Montreal

Event Reviews

of Montreal gets weird at the Social! Relive the crazy with Alexa Harris in this review of the antic-filled, surreal, one-of-a-kind show.

Foster the People

Foster the People

Event Reviews

Foster the People caught a lucky break with their first single, but prove to be more than just the flavor of the month at a recent Orlando show that made a believer out of Jen Cray.

Violens

Violens

Music Reviews

Amoral (Friendly Fire/ Static Recital). Review by Jen Cray.

Senryu

Senryu

Music Reviews

Inklings (El deth). Review by Jeff Schweers.

Miniature Tigers

Miniature Tigers

Event Reviews

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.

The Sounds

The Sounds

Event Reviews

The Sounds bring an ear-pleasing mix of alt-pop gems and a hefty dose of star power to Orlando’s House of Blues.

Of Montreal

Of Montreal

Event Reviews

With a stage show more akin to performance art than rock concert, Of Montreal is anything but subtle. Jen Cray did not wear a pink leotard or face paint to the Orlando show, but she enjoyed it all the same.

IAMX

IAMX

Music Reviews

The Alternative (Major Reco). Review by Jen Cray.

Of Montreal

Of Montreal

Event Reviews

Of Montreal have taken their glam rock traveling circus show on the road, and after frontman Kevin Barnes Full Monty stunt in Vegas recently the band’s Orlando stop was packed with fans as well as curiousos. Jen Cray was front and centered for this fully clothed event.

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Hold Me Tight

Hold Me Tight

Screen Reviews

Lily and Generoso review Hold Me Tight, the sixth feature directed by renowned actor Mathieu Amalric. Centered around a brilliant performance from Vicky Krieps (Phantom Thread, Bergman Island), Hold Me Tight is an unpredictable and remarkable psychological drama.

Sirens

Sirens

Screen Reviews

The fact that the band Slaves to Sirens exists is impressive, but that they live, love, and breathe to play metal takes things to another level. Sirens documents the journey. Review by Charles DJ Deppner.