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    Remembering music industry great Bill Aucoin

    Bill Aucoin, a music industry legend best known for discovering Kiss, passed away Monday, June 28, at Aventura Hospital and Medical Center. A family spokesperson told the Associated Press his death was due to complications from prostate cancer. He w...

    by Arielle Castillo on July 8, 2010
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    Azalia Snail

    What do you get when the equally weirdness-loving Roofless Records and Laundry Room Squelchers team up? This Thursday marks the first such promotional collaboration, but apparently it yields an awesome night of lo-fi, scuzzy, and experimental sounds...

    by Arielle Castillo on July 8, 2010
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    Trent Cantrelle

    New Orleans-born, L.A.-based DJ/producer Trent Cantrelle is a bit of a chameleon. His work generally leans toward the big, peak-hour style of progressive, as heard on tracks such as his recent release, "Siren Says," but he's also fully capable of go...

    by Cory Casciato on July 8, 2010
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    Nil Lara

    Longtime Miami music fans approaching an impending "certain age" might forever speak wistfully about the early-'90s South Beach scene around the Stephen Talkhouse and the local star it birthed: Nil Lara. Yes, it was a hallowed time, and Lara, the sc...

    by Arielle Castillo on July 8, 2010
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    Chris Liebing

    While Miami's techno scene becomes increasingly robust, most of the major out-of-towners rolling through ply similarly minimal, relatively low-bpm styles. Still, an entire internationally growing subgenre has been largely ignored in the city, even d...

    by Arielle Castillo on July 8, 2010
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    In Defense of Lyrikill's Viral Marketing Strategies

    Most media dismiss Lyrikill as a stupid rapper from Broward, but the truth is that the media is just pissed that he's outsmarting them. Even the people talking shit about him don't seem to notice that by doing so they are furthering his agenda. Furth...

    @ Crossfade by Jacob Katel on February 19, 2010 @ 1:42 pm
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    Slideshow: Pyramid Club at Mokai

    Tamara Sky approves of the new Moka. ? Moka is back, y'all! This time, under the auspicious control of the Opium Group -- which for the time being we aren't sure is a good or bad thing. Wednesday night was the opening of the club, and what bette...

    @ Crossfade by Jose D. Duran on February 19, 2010 @ 12:00 pm
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    The Rat Opera, Live in Fort Lauderdale Tomorrow Night

    First, there's the full glory of the Rat opera Band: Rob Elba and Brian Franklin, who wrote the piece, along with William Trev, Russell Mofsky, and Andre Serafini. Joining them, too, will be Jim Camacho, Ferny Coipel, Hal Spector, Mindy Hertzon, and ...

    @ Crossfade by Abel Folgar on February 19, 2010 @ 11:57 am
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    Bass Museum's Biweekly Jazz Concerts Start Again Tonight With the Mike Orta Quartet

    There's a $10 cover for non-members (museum members pay $5), I'm sure the complimentary Grolsch beer, Bustelo coffee, and wine will soften the blow. Enjoy this video above showing Orta jamming with D'Rivera. Bass Museum of Art, 2121 Park Ave., Mi...

    @ Crossfade by Abel Folgar on February 19, 2010 @ 11:03 am
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    Flyer of the Week: Acid Girls and Tamara Sky at White Room This Saturday

    ? As bored young professionals with a median age of 28, we here at Crossfade spend our days online and our nights in the club. While it's light outside, we Twitter, blog, and stalk former sex partners on Facebook. Then, as soon as the sun go...

    @ Crossfade by S. Pajot on February 19, 2010 @ 9:00 am
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    Q&A With Holly Miranda, Opening for Tegan and Sara This Sunday

    Holly Miranda Vocally, Detroit-born, Brooklyn-based neo-pop folk songstress Holly Miranda might bring to mind Chann Marshall. But mood-wise she's got much more in common with, say, American dream pop duo Azure Ray. Both find solace in sleep, and ...

    @ Crossfade by John Hood on February 19, 2010 @ 9:00 am
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    Los Amigos Invisibles, at La Covacha Next Week

    ? First thing's first, it's important you all know one thing about the information contained within the following post. Today is my birthday! How does this relate to Los Amigos Invisibles? Well it doesn't. Unless, due to the residual effects...

    @ Crossfade by Christopher Lopez on February 19, 2010 @ 9:00 am
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    Roman Jones' Face Keeps Popping Up in Odd Places

    Roman Jones watches you as you pee. ? First it was silkscreening his face on panties, now Roman Jones is allowing people to wipe their asses with his face. Yes sir, the newly reopen Moka seems to be stocked with toilet paper printed with Jones' m...

    @ Crossfade by Jose D. Duran on February 18, 2010 @ 4:51 pm
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    WMC 2010: Danny Tenaglia, Victor Calderone, Austin Leeds On Board for Pacha Miami

    ? Here in Crossfade we may always hype up the new or up and coming, but plenty of people come to Winter Music Conference to listen to the old standbys, and we don't blame 'em. It's perhaps the only week in the United States you can catch them all bac...

    @ Crossfade by Jose D. Duran on February 18, 2010 @ 2:51 pm
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    Audio: Pre-Show Interview With Honeyboy Edwards, 94-Year-Old Blues Legend

    Honeyboy Edwards in July, 2006. ? Honeyboy Edwards is playing Miami Beach's Colony Theatre this Saturday fresh off winning the lifetime achievement award at this year's Grammy'. Tigertail Productions booked the gig well in advance. Tickets are st...

    @ Crossfade by Jacob Katel on February 18, 2010 @ 2:00 pm
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    Blast From the Past: Death - Leprosy

    ? Blast From the Past is a weekly column on Crossfade re-examining classic releases from Florida music of yesteryear. To read previous installments, click here. Death Leprosy (Combat) For this installment of Blast from the Past we'll be co...

    @ Crossfade by Abel Folgar on February 18, 2010 @ 1:00 pm
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    More Free Music: "Red Bottoms" by Ghostwridah

    Ghostwridah Ghostwridah is a native of South Miami. You know, that little corner of Dade County between the University of Miami campus and Dadeland Mall. He's been a mainstay in Miami's diverse hip-hop scene for years and is on...

    @ Crossfade by David "Dro" Rosario on February 18, 2010 @ 12:00 pm
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    MP3 of the Day: "Corazon" by Elastic Bond

    ? Here's an MP3 for the upcoming third album by Miami's Elastic Bond. Ringleader Andres Ponce always does a good job of imbuing his musical efforts with a keen sense of blues, Tropicalia, and little bit of funk that's usually termed "urban," but in m...

    @ Crossfade by Abel Folgar on February 18, 2010 @ 10:30 am
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    Random Album Review: Ike Reilly - Hard Luck Stories

    Hard Luck Stories (Rock Ridge Music) If you took the Pogues and multiplied them by the Clash, then divided by Dylan the result would be Ike Reilly. Over the past decade, he's quietly amassed one of the most raucous and literate catalogues in rock...

    @ Crossfade by Crossfade on February 18, 2010 @ 9:49 am
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    Rumberos de la 8 Celebrate the Release of Their Debut Album at Hoy Como Ayer Next Week

    ? If you're a native of the 305, Spam probably means a good deal more to you than processed and canned ham byproduct. For one, you no doubt associate it with the ass-shakinest, groove-makinest, bad-ass mamajammas in the city (yeah, I went th...

    @ Crossfade by Christopher Lopez on February 18, 2010 @ 9:00 am
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