- Archikulture Digest
- January 27, 2020
Six women sing 60 or so songs from the 60’s.
Orlando’s most fashionable punks lined up around the block for the Hellcat tour headlined by psychobilly veterans, Nekromantix. Amongst the bequiffed masses was Jen Cray.
Sweet Misery (Sailor’s Grave). Review by Jen Cray.
Successful Attempts at Failure (Sinister Muse). Review by Kyrby Raine.
The Social, in Orlando, has been frequently offering two-night residencies to bands that can easily sell out the small venue. Booking the bill with big talent and odd packaging, these shows are usually a hot ticket and always memorable. For a holiday treat in December, Bouncing Souls were the band in big letters with hefty support from The Street Dogs, Whole Wheat Bread and World/Inferno Friendship Society. Jen Cray was there for the mayhem on night #2.
The Stories Are True (Hellcat). Review by Jen Cray.
SoCal and NYC hardcore invade the Sunshine state with Pennywise and H2O turning Orlando’s House of Blues into one large mosh pit. A drenched Jen Cray reports.
Tiger Army are out on their first ever headlining tour. In Orlando, singer/guitarist Nick 13 took some time to share with Jen Cray his thoughts about the band and his music.
In one year’s time psychobilly trio Tiger Army have graduated from playing small clubs, to being the supporting act on a high profile tour, to headlining their first American tour. Jen Cray gives the analysis.
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.
Apocalypse Dudes + Ass Cobra (Epitaph Records). Review by Matthew Moyer.
The Greatest Story Ever Hula’d (No Idea Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Compulsive Disclosure (Lookout!). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Chaos UK (Dead Ringer / Candlelight). Review by Stein Haukland.
Not Pretty (Finger). Review by Stein Haukland.
Songs To ____ To (SideCho). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Discontent (Disaster). Review by Vinnie Apicella.
Random Radio (Devil Doll). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Armchair Martian (My). Review by Margie Libling.
Must’ve Been Live (Mid-Fi). Review by Julio Diaz.