A Day to Remember puts on an intense performance for a sold-out venue in Pennsylvania. Kristina Kauffman pushed her way deep into the crowd.
Bad Religion celebrate their 30-year career the only way they know how: by releasing a killer new album and touring the country playing songs off of all 15 of their punk rock defining releases! Jen Cray was at the party without her hot pink wig.
Canadian electronica whiz Daniel Snaith (Caribou) brings down the spirit of Brian Eno at a very crowded, smoky Backbooth in Orlando. Jeff Schweers wallowed in the trance-heavy psychedelia.
Circa Survive and Dredg put on a pair of performances at Orlando's House of Blues that should officially release them from their previous emo trappings. Jen Cray reports.
British synth-pop pioneer Gary Numan hit the U.S. concert circuit this fall, much to the delight of hundreds of his most ardent Orlando followers, Chris Long among them.
A recent Gayngs concert in Chicago swept Chris Catania up in its euphoric blurring of musical lines.
MGMT's debut Florida appearance may not have been as over-the-top as Jen Cray imagined, but it was a still a party worthy of the inevitable headache the morning after.
If Phoenix's debut Orlando performance is any indication of its future, the little French band is finally beginning to see the fruits of its decade-long labor. An enthusiastic sold-out crowd that included Jen Cray greeted the band with open arms.
Just two days after one half of the identical twin sister vocal team that makes up School of Seven Bells unexpectedly departed the band, Jen Cray caught their newly downsized performance.
Cashing in on the current classic albums craze, Styx returned to Melbourne, Florida to recreate two best-selling records in one hit-filled evening that had Chris Long enthralled.
Elianne Halbersberg nabs Baroness bassist Summer Welch to talk band, record labels, and music in a social media world.
Love Songs to the Source (Interchill records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
It's Better If You Don't Understand (Elektra). Review by Robert Sutton.
Time Out (CJG Production). Review by Robert Sutton.
Lucidity (Sensory). Review by Carl F Gauze.
The Strange Particle (100m Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Yes Yes Yes (Parasol Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
WRECKORDER (Ryko). Review by Sean Slone.
Gentry Bronson. Review by Robert Sutton.
Evening Harvest (Phonica Records). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Turn Point. Review by Robert Sutton.
A Thousand Suns (Warner Bros. Records). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Slice Repair (Baskaru). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Many Colored Kite (Ryko Records). Review by Sean Slone.
Mer Morte (Crucial Blast). Review by Matthew Moyer.
It Had to Be You (Seyah Records). Review by Robert Sutton.
Shadow Temple (Captured Tracks). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Your Future Our Clutter (Domino). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Into Nostalgia EP (Breakfast Mascot). Review by Eric J. Iannelli.
Blood/Candy (Ryko). Review by Sean Slone.
Chronosynclastic (Velvet Blue Music). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Freed of this Flesh (Crucial Blast). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Music of Ireland: Welcome to America (Elevation Management). Review by Tim Wardyn.
Public Stain (Jagjaguwar). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Innundir Skinni (One Little Indian). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Chapin Sisters Two (Lake Bottom). Review by Matthew Moyer.
Chamber Music Society (Heads Up). Review by James Mann.
Amoral (Friendly Fire/ Static Recital). Review by Jen Cray.
Jeff Schweers suggests a greater purpose for Sid Griffin's supposedly unique look at Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue.
A creative genius, cultural icon, guitar hero, all of that and more. Keith Richards's Life is as compelling as its subject.
Lucky for us and Cherry Red Books, Dave Thompson is a HUGE Sparks fan. Matthew Moyer calls Sparks: No. 1 Songs in Heaven his strongest piece of writing yet.
Mr. Sasquatch terrorizes a small town -- and perhaps Carl F Gauze -- after a poacher traps him by mistake.
Archival footage captures the concert energy of Johnny Winter.