- Music Reviews
- September 24, 2020
All The Misery Money Can Buy (Soundly Music). Review by James Mann.
Thursday may have topped the bill, but it was opening band Wax Idols that had Jen Cray mesmerized at Orlando’s House of Blues.
To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere (Vagrant Records). Review by Jen Cray.
Lonerism (Modular Fontana). Review by Jason O’Neal Griggs.
Shine on Forever (Visiting Hours). Review by Carl F Gauze.
One For the Good Guys (Black Numbers). Review by Jen Cray.
The Warped Tour brings its annual circus of misfits and mayhem to Orlando. Jen Cray experiences the overindulgence of noise, colors, crowds, heat… and torrential rain.
A City by the Light Divided (Island/Def Jam Records). Review by Brittany Sturges.
My Chemical Romance’s nonstop touring has not only strengthened their popularity, but it has tightened their performance as they have been proving all summer on The Warped Tour. Jen Cray finally captures that somersault.
A Celebration of an Ending (Equal Vision). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Green Day started out 16 years ago as a bratty punk rock band playing in dank, empty clubs, but these days their ambitious punk rock opera American Idiot has catapulted them onto a sold-out arena tour. Jen Cray finds them not to have changed in the least.
Ruin Everything! (Hello Sir). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Living in the Moment (Indianola). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
2004 Warped Tour Compilation (Side One Dummy). Review by Addam Donnelly.
Do I Have to Tell You Why I Love You? (Eulogy). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
Casually Dressed & Deep in Conversation (Warner Bros.). Review by Daniel Mitchell.
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Fire Divine (Deep Elm). Review by Daniel Mitchell.