• Starlight Mints

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    Norman, OK natives Starlight Mints hit Orlando as part of their brief Southeast tour, and Bryan Tilford was there to goggle at the lights.

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    Cursive sold out two intimate shows at The Social in Orlando recently. Paul Lucas was among the lucky who got in on the fun.

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    Horrorpops

    Danish psychobilly trio Horrorpops bring the party, in exchange for free booze, to Orlando. Jen Cray was deep within the glorious madness.

  • The Gaslight Anthem

    The Gaslight Anthem

    Jen Cray flings off a bit of friendly vomit at The Social — who cares? Enduring horrible bodily fluids is but a small price to pay when The Gaslight Anthem‘s in town.

  • The Ting Tings

    The Ting Tings

    Jen Cray thinks that this latest Next Big Thing from the UK just might live up to the hype.

  • Riverboat Gamblers

    Riverboat Gamblers

    Packing enough punk ‘n’ roll to wake up a sleepy Florida Friday afternoon, Riverboat Gamblers plowed through a matinee set at The Social that left Jen Cray sweaty and smiling.

  • Butch Walker

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    The salacious details of pop messiah Butch Walker’s recent sold-out Orlando concert, as told by willing follower Christopher Long.

  • These Arms Are Snakes

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    Skin, spit, and sweat were on board for a recent These Arms Are Snakes show that Jen Cray soaked up in Orlando.

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    Matthew Moyer swoons over the voices inside the heads of The Legendary Pink Dots.

  • James McMurtry

    James McMurtry

    James McMurtry sings about economic struggle, working class woes, and corrupt governments. Jen Cray was not the only Orlando fan who found his Southern Gothic folk rock soothing this holiday season.

  • Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers

    Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers

    When it comes to a live show, Th’ Legendary Shack Shakers are a band that has yet to let Jen Cray down.

  • The Revival Tour with Chuck Ragan

    The Revival Tour with Chuck Ragan

    What’s so great about The Social? Just ask Jen Cray, who gets all comfy with Chuck Ragan, Ben Nichols, Tim Barry, and Austin Lucas, The Revival Tour, everyone. Jen’s got love.

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    The Queers

    Jen Cray shrugs off another day’s responsibilities, dodging tossed beers and fake blood to sidle up to The Queers at The Social (duh, where else)?

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    Jen Cray is bewitched by the subtle dramatics of Alabama’s Wild Sweet Orange.

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    A Tilly & the Wall show is the next best thing to your best friend’s seventh birthday party. Jen Cray dons a party hat to join a few hundred other fans in Orlando.

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    The Sword recently gave Orlando fans, including Jen Cray, a celebratory night of no-nonsense heavy metal.

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    When electro-pop band Uh Huh Her brought its madly selling-out tour to Orlando, Jen Cray not only caught the live show, but also sat down with the girls to discuss touring before the debut album is even released.

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    Kid Koala has two hands, four turntables, and one awesome show. S D Green endures the weird dancing for a trip down Moon River.

  • Langhorne Slim

    Langhorne Slim

    Very few musicians can stun Jen Cray stupid with the simple inflections of their voices and the subtle strumming of their guitars. Langhorne Slim and the War Eagles did just that when they gifted a very intimate gathering of us at The Social in Orlando with a performance to be envied by those who missed it.

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    Tapes ‘n Tapes

    Tapes ‘n Tapes proves to Jen Cray that no matter how great a band’s songs are, if the crowd is uninspired, the band shall be as well.

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