Tag: Saves the Day

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.

Alkaline Trio

Alkaline Trio

Event Reviews

Alkaline Trio can always be counted on to bring the same consistent formula of pop punk goodness to every show. Jen Cray , alongside a packed House of Blues audience in Orlando, contemplated whether or not their consistency is predictable, or comforting.

Fallen From the Sky

Fallen From the Sky

Event Reviews

Fallen From the Sky and Static Radio woke up Orlando – and Jen Cray – for an afternoon punk show at the newly relocated Will’s Pub.

The Bamboozle Roadshow

The Bamboozle Roadshow

Event Reviews

Saves the Day and Armor for Sleep bring The Bamboozle Roadshow to Philly, where Brittany Sturges once again captures the play-by-play between arguments over the setlist.

Foo Fighters

Foo Fighters

Event Reviews

Foo Fighters ensured a buzz-worthy concert event when they brought along Jimmy Eat World and Against Me! for an evening of big rock in Orlando. Jen Cray was not about to miss this unforgettable night.

Say Anything/ Saves The Day

Say Anything/ Saves The Day

Event Reviews

It’s another night of horrifically catchy emocentric pop music with Say Anything and Saves The Day. Jen Cray tries to reconcile her mistrust of all things emo with the undeniably catchy hooks of these popular bands.

Dashboard Confessional

Dashboard Confessional

Event Reviews

It was a Dashboard Confessional weekend at Orlando’s House of Blues, with three consecutive sold-out shows. Jen Cray gave it a chance.

Thursday

Thursday

Music Reviews

A City by the Light Divided (Island/Def Jam Records). Review by Brittany Sturges.

Simple Plan

Music Reviews

No Pads, No Helmets… Just Balls (Lava Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

Yellowcard

Music Reviews

The Underdog EP (Fueled By Ramen). Review by Daniel Mitchell.

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Hell High

Hell High

Screen Reviews

Forgotten ’80s horror film Hell High returns on Blu-ray from Arrow. Phil Bailey reviews.