Elvis Anderson has been a devout Kraftwerk fan since the fifth grade. His favorite dance-floor move is the somersault. He was a better football fan than student at Florida State but graduated nonetheless. He enjoys trance, house, techno, and countless other music genres. Anderson serves on the board of the Woody Foundation, a Miami-based not-for-profit organization that improves the lives of those living with paralysis.
25 days ago | Interviews
By their calculations, Anstascia D'elene and Vivie Ann Bakos will bring more than 100 years of raving experience to Miami when they perform as Blond:ish at Trade Friday, June 9. Sure, the pair met in Montreal in 2008, less than a decade ago. But a...
1 month ago | Concerts
Around the turn of the century M.A.N.D.Y. was created and their story began. Their early release, “Put Put Put” must have sounded so proper at German nightclubs in 2001. It’s the ideal track to dress in all black and dance with stiff posture. “Bod...
1 month ago | Interviews
Gryffin calls his music “cloud house,” which is an EDM and future house cousin. “Heading Home”, “Whole Heart,” and “Feel Good” will be on the set list
Inspired by the Goonies’ treasure hunt, El Chapo’s tunnel system, and Burning Man, Wolf + Lamb’s rural retreat is under construction 150 miles north of the duo's Brooklyn home. The 100-acre Dreamland isn’t an escape from reality; that leap was mad...
Activity creates opportunity and Hialeah native Juliette Helen Amador is active. She’s calculated and deliberate, on her way to music industry bad ass. Amador cut her teeth on FIU student radio, then hosted at Electric Pickle. She currently manage...
Mario Ochoa takes smashing hi-hats, darkness, rays of sunshine, and sounds from South America to Heart Nightclub April 28.