- Staff Picks
- July 23, 2021
Big Whoop. Review by Julius C. Lacking.
Remember You (Edgeout Records/UME). Review by Michelle Wilson.
Blondie and Garbage bring their Rage and Rapture Tour to Orlando, and Jen Cray is in heaven.
Two Parts Viper (Cooking Vinyl ). Review by Jen Cray.
Motobunny (Rusty Knuckles). Review by Jen Cray.
Jack White gives his new hometown of Nashville an epic show that involved a surprise reunion of The Raconteurs and a duet with a country music legend. Jen Cray drove 10 hours to be there.
Jack White plays Jacksonville, FL for the first time ever and gives the sold-out audience, and Jen Cray, a night they won’t soon forget.
The once vital city of Detroit gave us the auto industry and punk rock. Detroit Rock City shares the heights — and the depths — of the Motor City. James Mann says “Kick out the jams!”
When given the chance to see Madonna, on a moment’s notice and four hours away, Jen Cray abandons all responsibilities, hightails it to Miami, and enjoys every sleep-deprived second of the journey!
Blunderbuss (Third Man Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Through Low Light And Trees (Year 7). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Our own Jen Cray is besotted with Florence & the Machine’s high drama.
These days Juliette Lewis is more a musician who makes movies when she’s not touring than an actress who dabbles as a rockstar. Anyone who has seen her live show, as Jen Cray has, can attest to the validity of the stake she’s claimed on rock ‘n’ roll.
Jen Cray was absorbed in Silversun Pickups’ sonic swirl of gorgeous distortion and dreamy pop as the band opened its summertime tour at Orlando’s Hard Rock Live.
It’s home run #3 for Jack White as The Dead Weather redefines normal expectations for a live show. Jen Cray witnessed a recent Orlando date and is still buzzing from the high of an unforgettable performance.
Jet‘s inspired blending of garage and classic rock shouldn’t work, but it does, even six years after plowing into America’s consciousness.
Danger Is EP (Take Root). Review by Jen Cray.
Bar Band Americanus: The Best of Charlie Pickett And… (Bloodshot Records). Review by James Mann.
Ghosts (4-Never/ Triple Crown). Review by Jen Cray.