August 2008 :: Event Reviews
A recent Alkaline Trio show at Orlando's House of Blues revitalized a stale summer of live shows for Jen Cray.
When Gothic godfather (oh stop it) Peter Murphy swept into Jacksonville on the 4th of July with a bag full of hits and Bauhaus classics, Matthew Moyer dropped his bottle rockets and went to check out the REAL fiireworks.
Despite being sunkissed by Spiritualized and bum rushed by Public Enemy, Chris Catania is distinctly underwhelmed by this year's Pitchfork Festival.
Chris Catania hits Michigan's new Rothbury Music Festival to see if a music festival can both rock and be more eco-friendly. With acts ranging from Atmosphere to the Dresden Dolls and Widespread Panic, Rothbury might accomplish at least one part of its mission.
Jen Cray gets a peek at Ian Farnesi's real, live blood during The Frantic's Orlando debut.
A Tilly & the Wall show is the next best thing to your best friend's seventh birthday party. Jen Cray dons a party hat to join a few hundred other fans in Orlando.
Totimoshi have their own unique take on heavy music, discovers Jen Cray, but they're having trouble finding an audience for it.
Valient Thorr is on a mission to save the planet through the power of Rock 'n' Roll. Jen Cray witnessed their latest victory on the battle fields of Orlando.
Broadway boasts a new scrappy underdog musical, but Julie Haverkate wonders if [title of show] merits all of the awesome Snakes on a Plane-like buzz.