35 minutes ago | Concerts
Imagine a steamy hot weekend night at a Hialeah house party as you lounge poolside. The grill is fired up with patiently marinated and spiced meats, sizzling and smoking. There is some jerk chicken and spare ribs, and on the side, perfectly season...
7 days ago | Interviews
Miami has both a burgeoning entertainment sector and serious social problems. Young Musicians Unite (YMU) is a nonprofit music program that hopes to use one to solve the other. YMU pairs at-risk adolescents from Overtown and Wynwood with professio...
18 days ago | Concerts
From an early age, Busdriver was weened on rap and what he calls “heavy jazz.” His father wrote the 1985 Def Jam biopic Krush Groove. Busdriver emerged as a rap contender when he was “rapping a lot” on the school bus with his friends, he says. His...
22 days ago | Music News
Cuban exiles in Miami’s Little Havana meet at the club Hoy Como Ayer — or “Today Like Yesterday” — to reminisce about the good old days. The place is dark and intimate. Mojitos flow as people enjoy quality live music. It’s Old Havana-style, classy...
1 month ago | Concerts
Pull up a 2014 biography of 29-year-old Ringgo Ancheta, AKA Mndsgn, on his music label's website, and your jaw will drop. The hip-hop producer's parents were once members of the Filipino arm of the Aum Supreme Truth Cult. A Japanese doomsday cult ...
2 months ago | Interviews
First-generation Cuban-American Yoli Mayor isn't just a powerful singer. She represents Miami. Her family made the exodus from Cuba in 1980 on the Mariel Boatlift, an initiative launched by the Castro regime as a measure to deal with housing and j...