- Music Reviews
- October 26, 2021
Sonic Earth (Glacial Movements). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
It matters not that they seem to play The Social every six months or so, Orlando will always come out, drink up, and have a great time to the sounds of Detroit’s Electric Six. Jen Cray finally showed up to see what all the fuss was about.
Until I’m There/Days Will Pass 7″ (It’s a Trap!). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Because Of The Times (RCA). Review by Jen Cray.
18 Singles (Universal Island). Review by Sean Slone.
Diagrams Without Instructions (Hi Fi Alliance). Review by Jen Cray.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers came to Orlando to blow away yet another soldout crowd, including Jen Cray who had been waiting to see them play for 15 years.
Dusk and Summer (Vagrant). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Brit-pop smash Starsailor is working on a foothold in America. Chris Catania sat down with James Walsh to find out about breaking in a new country, Bright Eyes and why American crowds giggle during “Alcoholic.”
Translation (Foreverything Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Ever heard of Aberdeen City or The Blue Van? Neither had Jen Cray, but if her predictions are correct, you soon will.
Oregon’s Stars of Track & Field are about to release their Wind Up Records debut that couples sonic ambience with larger than life melodies. Jen Cray had a chance to speak with drummer Dan Orvik while the band was en route to Seattle for a gig.
Unshattered (Viastar). Review by Matthew Damascus.
Light In Motion (self-released). Review by Andrew Ellis.
U2 stop off in Tampa to remind nearly 22,000 fans that they are rock gods! Tampa responds with “Yes, you are!”
See The Sun (self-released). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Part Filipino, part Irish, all female Prettier Than Pink tells all about music, Molly Ringwald and comics to Kyrby Raine.
Chop Suey (Sutton Records). Review by Kyrby Raine.
Into Your Heart (Eleven Thirty). Review by Sean Slone.
Best of the Boomtown Rats (Universal). Review by Sean Slone.