2 days ago | Interviews
When Olivier Libaux and Marc Collin formed Nouvelle Vague, they inadvertently created the perfect amalgam of new and old. Though they had both been punk and New Wave aficionados, "in 2003, Marc dreamt one night of a Bossa Nova version of 'Love Wil...
23 days ago | Music Festivals
Florida’s status as a metal-music mecca relies on a perfect storm of time and location — those being the late '80s and Tampa. Broward County has had some acts, but Miami's scene has been overshadowed by more popular forms of danceable stuff.
1 month ago | Interviews
Urban Dictionary, the old bastion of the English language and Her Spellings and Grammars that it is, defines “inferion” as: “A person with low intellect and amazingly poor moral judgement. Often times [sic] ignores that which discomforts them and ...
2 months ago | Art
Miami Dade College has long been overshadowed by the University of Miami and Florida International University when it comes to the arts. But in recent years, MDC has mounted a concerted effort to emerge as a cultural competitor. Also, showing a sc...
3 months ago | Miami Music
Cavity was a wrecking ball during the '90s. While not originators of the genre, they pioneered a new approach to the Black Sabbath-inspired, down-tuned, droning excesses of the sludge metal genre with magnificent aplomb and gusto. They left in the...
3 months ago | Concerts
It’s difficult to tell in which direction the mainstream appeal of noise music is pointing, but in South Florida, at least, it's a vibrant scene. Some will say Rat Bastard singlehandedly built it, and that wouldn’t be off the mark. Others would di...