Miss Alex White & The Red Orchestra- Space & Time LP. The second album from Miss Alex White proves that Alex not only avoided the sophomore slump but she raised the bar considerably. Raven-haired Chicagoan Miss Alex White and her Red Orchestra have been blasting out their staggeringly rockin, yet sonically monolithic sounds over the last two years now and developed a dedicated following in the Midwest. With the help of Wes Kerstens and “Fast” Eddie Altesleben formerly of the Clone Defects, the two teamed with Miss Alex’s powerful vocal prowess make for a pretty rockin’ affair. The songs have great depth, timing, and inner frustration that extends itself through Kerstens lurid and devilishly delicate guitar strangulation that’s balanced and anchored by an amazing rhythm section. Miss Alex’s unstoppable vocals, which seem to explode in every direction, keep the raw simplicity and primal forces in focus. The influence of The Modern Lovers, The Jesus & Mary Chain, ‘60s garage, and ‘70s punk are all evident here and the results are nothing short of astounding.