- Archikulture Digest
- September 23, 2018
A review of the hits and lesser lights of the Irving Berlin canon on stage for your entertainment.
Dude, The Obscure (Normaltown Records). Review by James Mann.
Meeting My Shadow (Ruf Records). Review by Michelle Wilson.
La Migra. Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Parallel Lives (Pure Noise). Review by Jen Cray.
Ryan Adams (Pax-Am). Review by James Mann.
This Is Lone Justice: The Vaught Tapes, 1983 (Omnivore Recordings). Review by James Mann.
The ear-shattering beauty and wildly colorful spectacle of Muse overtakes Orlando, and Jen Cray.
Sex EP (Dirty Hit). Review by Jen Cray.
Ani DiFranco brings Orlando, and Jen Cray, to levels of enjoyment not often felt in the company of so many others.
After nearly a decade’s hiatus, Gavin Rossdale has relaunched BUSH, and a super sold-out show in Orlando lets Jen Cray know that she’s not the only one excited to see this band back together.
The Sounds strut back through Orlando and Jen Cray is part of the small but devoted crowd that welcomes them.
Our own Jen Cray is besotted with Florence & the Machine’s high drama.
Lady Gaga brings her Monster Ball Tour and the songs we all love to pretend we don’t love to a sold-out Orlando crowd. Even Jen Cray can’t help but dance.
The history of teeny, tiny labels that launched some really big bands. Before the out-crowd became the in-crowd.
Sweetheart Radio Revolution, Etc.. Review by Robert Sutton.
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Tom Petty and the Heartbreaker’s landmark 1979 smash record.
Author, critic, and self-confessed “drooling fanatic” Steve Almond‘s latest rock and roll offering has a little something for fans and “fanatics” everywhere. Christopher Long shares the adoration.