- Music Reviews
- September 11, 2020
Ice Age (Riding Easy Records). Review by Carl F. Gauze.
Emo darlings Dashboard Confessional, with some help from openers Beach Slang, lift up a near-capacity crowd in Orlando with heartfelt musings and aching melodies. Jen Cray opened her heart to it all.
Miniature Tigers’ bold blending of indie pop with grandiose compositions makes them accessible enough for the casual listener, yet eclectic enough for seasoned critic, Jen Cray.
Trampoline (Drive Thru). Review by Jen Cray.
Scream and Light Up The Sky (Reprise / Wea). Review by Jen Cray.
It’s another night of horrifically catchy emocentric pop music with Say Anything and Saves The Day. Jen Cray tries to reconcile her mistrust of all things emo with the undeniably catchy hooks of these popular bands.
Dusk and Summer (Vagrant). Review by Andrew Ellis.
I Hate Every Day Without You Kid… (Riot Squad Records). Review by Andrew Ellis.
The Fun Fun Fun Tour it’s called. How could you not want to check that one out? Esspecially when Ben Lee and Rooney are sharing the bill! Jen Cray was in on the fun!
It was a Dashboard Confessional weekend at Orlando’s House of Blues, with three consecutive sold-out shows. Jen Cray gave it a chance.
Open Letter To The Damned (Octone). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Futures (Interscope). Review by Andrew Ellis.
Split EP (Epitaph). Review by Addam Donnelly.
I am a Robot. I am Talking Like a Robot. I am a Robot. (Wonkavision). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Smoke and Mirrors (Second Nature). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Today’s episode: "Indie Geek admits to being an Emo Loser." Narration by Rob Walsh.
The year 2003 isn’t officially over until we’ve had Gail Worley’s picks from the mountain of interviews she did over those twelve months. It’s a rock zeitgeist!
A Mark * A Mission * A Brand * A Scar (Vagrant). Review by Dan Stapleton.
Near Fatal Explosion (Orange Peal). Review by Stein Haukland.