- Music Reviews
- December 3, 2020
Accelerate Every Voice (Pyroclastic Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Intentionally stepping down from arenas to clubs, Incubus swept into Orlando to play before a crowd that had sold out in just 5 minutes time. Along for the ride, for his solo debut, was Strokes’ guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. It was not a show Jen Cray would miss.
Protected. Review by Kyrby Raine.
Highway Companion (American). Review by Jen Cray.
A former member of experimental/indie project The Moldy Peaches, the enigmatic Adam Green has been going solo for the past four years. Jen Cray had an early morning chat with the anti-folk artist with the deep baritone voice.
Felix Rodriguez of Sweden’s The Sounds took time out from the band’s current tour to call Jen Cray from Norway to chat about the band’s sophomore release, their first headlining tour and Mark Wahlberg movies.
Milk (Exotic Recordings). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Band – Girls – Money (TVT). Review by Andrew Ellis.
The Art of Rolling (TVT). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Nashville’s Kings of Leon may be suffering from tour fatigue, but you’d never know it by hearing them play. Jen Cray struggles past a migraine to pinpoint what went wrong.
The guys of Interpol look and sound great in concert, but remind Jen Cray of a bunch of Ken dolls when onstage.
Sunlight Makes Me Paranoid (Kemado/Hollywood). Review by Kiran Aditham.
The Libertines (Rough Trade). Review by Danny Lewis.
October, November (Lookout! Records). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Love them or hate them, the Strokes seem to have the knack of putting on a good show down. Rob Levy caught them in St. Louis last month and is willing to testify.
Fine Lines EP (New Line). Review by Sean Slone.
Panic Movement (Sanctuary). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Robbers On High Street,Fine Lines EP,New Line,Sean Slone
The Strokes,,The Paegant, St. Louis, MO, April 27, 2004,Rob Levy
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