Howard Hardee is a freelance writer based in Chico, California. Originally from Fairbanks, Alaska, he has a BA in journalism and writes stories about music, outdoor adventures, politics, and the environment for alt-weeklies across the country. He is an aficionado of fine noises, and has a theremin in his living room.
4 days ago | Concerts
L.A.-based rockers make music with very little wasted motion, instrumentally or lyrically — they get to the point.
9 days ago | Miami Music
Augie Pink and June Summer have recorded about half a dozen tracks as Baby City Club and intend to drop them as singles in a deliberate manner.
9 days ago | Concerts
Like any rapper who relies on producers to make beats, Kendrick Lamar has had plenty of help along the way.
11 days ago | Concerts
YMU helps at-risk youth in underserved communities such as Overtown, Wynwood, and Little Haiti to pursue the long-term vision of practicing music to perform it.
12 days ago | Concerts
The songwriter known as Bahamas says he works best while he's out of his element.
18 days ago | Interviews
His standup material usually steers clear of politics, outside a sly jab or two, and focuses on personal stories told with real emotion and self-depreciating humor.