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2008 Stories by Julienne Gage

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  • Best Latin Rhythms of 2008

    published December 25, 2008

    Buika Niña de Fuego (WEA International) Afro-Spanish artist Buika epitomizes cultural and ethnic... More >>

  • Surfer-Girl Songwriter Deblois Plays a Sunset Show at the News Lounge

    published December 11, 2008

    I prefer to let my music do most of the talking," announces Miami-based singer-songwriter Deblois Milledge as she appears at the door of this... More >>

  • In Cubiche, Voices of Cuba's Lost Generation Unite in Song

    published October 23, 2008

    Efforts to persuade young Spanish national Lorena Villar to accompany New Times on a modern Cuban music adventure are met with some... More >>

  • Unite as ONE

    published October 16, 2008

    Economic crisis or no, there’s a lot of money floatin’ ’round this town. So it’s always nice when Miamians let local rhythms... More >>

  • Natural Mystics

    published October 9, 2008

    World-renowned Argentine electro-fusion outfit Bajofondo has always dug deep into its cultural roots to create a modern mystical ambiance.... More >>

  • Celebrations in Symphony

    published October 9, 2008

    In an effort to keep minds from slipping into recession — and worse yet, depression — the University of Miami’s monthlong... More >>

  • Welcome Back, Locos!

    published September 18, 2008

    Even though Miami’s famous Latin ska fusion band Locos por Juana has recently been struttin’ and skankin’ across big stages... More >>

  • Sonic Rescue

    published September 11, 2008

    It’s cool to be kind in an era of food and fuel crises, scarce access to healthcare, and fears over depleted natural resources, and that... More >>

  • It’s No Coincidencia

    published August 28, 2008

    South Florida’s multicultural roots have been bearing musical fruit for a long time, but the Adrienne Arsht Center has harvested it for the... More >>

  • La Gata

    published August 21, 2008

    Some cats really know how to scratch at your heartstrings. A little more than a year ago, Miami's popular octogenarian tango interpreter La... More >>

  • Locos por Juana Rocks It Steady into the Manuel Artime Theater

    published August 21, 2008

    This Friday, one of Miami's longest-standing underground bands, Locos por Juana, will have the opportunity to skank the pants off new and old... More >>

  • Sacha Nairobi Is Hot

    published August 14, 2008

    It's totally normal to envy up-and-coming Latin alternative pop diva Sacha Nairobi. Her vibrant voice explodes melodically from her chest when... More >>

  • Sol Ruiz Does Some Soul Searching

    published August 14, 2008

    On a recent evening on the deck of The Standard Hotel, singer-songwriter Sol Ruiz wears a sophisticated black-and-white polka-dot dress and... More >>

  • The Gardis Say Adios

    published June 26, 2008

    It's hard to hold an interview with Argentine rock band the Gardis at Finnegan's Pub on Lincoln Road. Each question is interrupted by a... More >>

  • Rock the Bay, Not the Boat

    published June 19, 2008

    Just because the hurricanes have yet to blow in doesn’t mean Biscayne Bay’s docks aren’t a-rockin’ and a-rollin’. This... More >>

  • Five-Star Fusion

    published June 12, 2008

    Argentine guitarist and producer Erico Schulz has spent the past few years showcasing a higher-falutin' musical fusion at the city's five-star... More >>

  • Smile! You’re with Candido Camero

    published June 5, 2008

    About the only music lovers making out in this scorching heat are the crickets. But no worries — while they’re rubbing their wings into... More >>

  • The Renaissance, Miami Style

    published May 29, 2008

    It takes a nimble-fingered hand to master the complexities of the guitar, and it takes a local genius to handcraft a sound reflective of... More >>

  • Flamenco, Still

    published May 1, 2008

    Chambao, an Andalusian band from Málaga, Spain, introduced the concept of "flamenco chill" to the world in 2002 when it released an... More >>

  • Gateway to Babylon

    published April 24, 2008

    "Once upon a time in a French city called Lyon, some young people decided to rule the world with the best weapon, which was music," David... More >>

  • Funk Phenomenon

    published April 24, 2008

    When people refer to Brazil as a land of endless rhythms and melodies, what comes to mind isn't usually a wacky mix of grunge, metal, booty... More >>

  • Play It Back

    published April 17, 2008

    Beach Food Market clerk Pratap Chowdhury spends a lot of time focusing on South Beach diplomacy efforts. He practices basic Spanish, learns... More >>

  • Latin Yazz Flute

    published April 17, 2008

    Maybe you never recognized the marvels of the flute ’cause back in eighth grade you had to puff out the Smurfs theme song in marching band.... More >>

  • Nito Mestre Does Macarena

    published April 3, 2008

    Will you recognize me?" Argentine singer and part-time Miami resident Nito Mestre asks New Times during a phone conversation to set up a... More >>

  • Jamshied Sharifi

    published March 27, 2008

    Your stomach grumbles as the office clock ticks slowly toward lunch hour. A co-worker is oblivious to the racket made by her speakerphone, and... More >>

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