18 days 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...
20 days 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...
27 days ago | Art
In Miami, you hear a lot about art, but not so much about craft. James Herring's work in ceramics fuses the two. Herring eschews the title of "artist" and sees the resurgence of crafts and craftsmanship as a necessity for human growth in modern ti...
1 month ago | Artopia
How easily we forget Miami's literary scene. Given the homegrown talent, area colleges/universities boasting some of the best writing faculties in the nation, and the Miami Book Fair bringing the best of the best to the 305, it truly is amazing ho...
2 months ago | Art
"It's hard for me to define my identity. Because I have been to Cuba — over a decade ago, before this craze — I can say that I am Cuban," explains Belaxis Buil. "Stepping out of the plane, I felt relieved. I actually cried. After spending time on ...
2 months ago | Stage
There’s hardly a worthwhile production hitting a local stage that doesn’t have the talents of Ann Marie Olson at hand. A music theater graduate from New World School of the Arts, Olson is a Carbonell Award winner and two-time nominee. Miami New Ti...