Dyllan Furness is Miami New Times' "foreign" correspondent. After earning a degree in philosophy from the University of Florida, he crossed the pond and dove into music, science, and technology from Berlin.
8 days ago | Miami Music Week
Otto Yliperttula is a man of few words but many, many sounds. Under the stage name Yotto, the 31-year-old Finnish producer makes melodies warm enough to heat a hearth in winter and dark enough to penetrate the underground. His DJ sets span the spe...
10 days ago | Miami Music Week
Jonny White is on a mission. As a cofounder of the electronic duo Art Department, he has spent nearly a decade vitalizing dance floors, from behind the booth or piped through speakers, in meccas such as Ibiza and Berlin. The group’s 2010 hit, “Wit...
14 days ago | Concerts
It's just past sunset in Kelly Lee Owens' London apartment, and she's palming a crystal while examining a pair of pigeons in the twilight when she's asked about “Bird,” a kalimba-infused track from her eponymous 2017 album. To Owens, it's a coinci...
Thirty years ago, before he made his foray into politics, Donald Trump had this crazy idea to create the most opulent, over-the-top casino the world had ever seen. He set his sights on Atlantic City, New Jersey; outbid rivals to purchase a monstro...
There’s a new airline for art enthusiasts fortunate enough to jet-set but not financially equipped to fly private. Angelhaha Airline, the “first-ever artist airline,” is a performance project/business venture by Chinese artist Qinmin Liu, who want...
Thousands of off-white teeth adorn masks, shoes, and codpieces in the artist duo Fantich & Young’s installation Apex Predator | Darwinian Voodoo. Presenting itself as a luxury lifestyle boutique, the conceptual pop-up merges consumer goods and po...