June 2012 :: Event Reviews
May Terry gets lost in the neo-psychedelic haze when the Dandy Warhols play live at Irving Plaza.
Hilary Hahn and Hauschka, a blend of classical violin and a tchotchke-stuffed piano, offers May Terry a night of avant-garde splendor.
Man Man and the battle of Raleigh Moncrief: Hipster night at The Social, or a galactic group of multi-instrumentalists that give Jared Campbell hope for the state of music? You decide.
Puscifer is Maynard James Keenan's bridge between the industrial, the electro, and the Arizona desert. Jen Cray tries to make sense of it all, gives up, and just relaxes into the strange psychedelia of their performance.
Rufus Wainwright taps his shiny red boots and transports an Isreali crowd to another dimension, or so the transfixed Yifat Grizman figures.
The Cult turns the House of Blues in Orlando into the House of Good Mojo, not only delivering a killer set themselves, but allowing for Florida fans to get their first taste of a brand new stage of Against Me.
The lightning and thunder of The Mars Volta fires up Yifat Grizman in Tel Aviv, but it's openers Le Butcherettes that blow her mind.
The Used allow fans to check their propriety at the door and lose themselves in the throes of melodic noise, though it was their opening act, Dead Sara, in whom Jen Cray became lost.
Thrice takes a victory lap before a planned hiatus, to say "goodbye" to 14 years worth of fans on their Farewell Tour. Jen Cray enjoys their bittersweet (final?) Orlando date.
YACHT: hipster pow-wow, dance party, philosophical discussion, or all of the above? Jen Cray can't quite decide, but that doesn't mean she didn't have a blast at their recent Orlando date!