- Music Reviews
- February 21, 2020
Technicolor (MonoMundo). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Shake, Stomp and Stumble (Primal Beat Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Face to Face performs Big Choice live at The Social. You know Jen Cray was there!
Maxed Out on Distractions (Lolipop Records/Burger Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
It’s been a transformative year for Against Me!, but the fans have stood by their band. Jen Cray reports from Orlando.
Another sold-out Social Distortion show satisfies both Orlando and über fan Jen Cray.
England Take My Bones (Epitaph). Review by Jen Cray.
Face to Face are together again after a break-up that didn’t stick. Orlando fans, like Jen Cray, reap the benefits of their reunion.
Few things are as Rock ‘n’ Roll as 30-year punk rock veterans Social Distortion, as Jen Cray and a sold-out crowd at Orlando’s House of Blues recently witnessed.
Bad Religion celebrate their 30-year career the only way they know how: by releasing a killer new album and touring the country playing songs off of all 15 of their punk rock defining releases! Jen Cray was at the party without her hot pink wig.
With the metamorphosis of Brian Fallon from shy guy to confident frontman, The Gaslight Anthem are poised to follow in their hero’s footsteps. Jen Cray observed the band’s ascent at a recent Orlando show.
Don’t let the low budget fool you. Joshua von Brown delivers one-liners to remember in this wildly clever absurdist film.
As Carl F Gauze reports, every Mohawk and black t-shirted punk in Central Florida dropped in to pogo at the feet of Screeching Weasel and The Queers at the Hard Rock in Orlando.
Ship Of Fools (Prophase). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Light Poles and Pines (Seany). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Reno Divorce has called Denver home for over a decade, but their roots in the Orlando punk scene of the ’90s are not forgotten. Their recent Orlando gig is a homecoming for the band, their family, and friends, and for long-time fan, Jen Cray.
Losing Daylight (A-F Records). Review by Jen Cray.
NOFX is one of the last true California punk bands to not only still make music, but also still sell out shows. Jen Cray was just another fan inside the House of Blues when the band plowed through Orlando recently.
Darker Days (Hellcat). Review by Jen Cray.
Rebound Town (Reach Around). Review by Jen Cray.
Living In The Fallout (Think Fast!). Review by Jen Cray.