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    Kelis Headed to Trial in Miami

    Back in March of this year, R&B star Kelis, famous both for her songs, "I Hate You So Much Right Now" and "Milkshake" plus obviously for being married to Queensbridge rapper Nas, got arrested in South Beach for interrupting an undercover prostituti...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on October 25, 2007 @ 9:48 am
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    Carat Marks - Kareem Edouard digs up the connection between hip-hop and its diamond obsession

    You've seen Joan Rivers and Oprah Winfrey wearing it on their daytime talk shows, you've caught most rappers and hype-men flossin' with it on album and mixtape covers, and you might have even purchased some for your S.O. or round-the-way boy or girl....

    by Sire Esquire on November 2, 2006
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    Strange Birds - An enigmatic Miami band pushes expectations out of the nest

    This Miami band's brand-new EP, Synchromy, plays sort of like the soundtrack to a TV game show featured in a retro-spaghetti sci-fi flick circa 1944. Or is that 2014? "I've always been fascinated by music that confuses me," says Feathers bandleader E...

    by Jonathan Zwickel on November 2, 2006
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    Andrea Marcovicci

    "It looks on the first face of it that maybe this isn't so hip," admits Andrea Marcovicci, referring to her cabaret show titled Andrea Sings Astaire. "But what's been happening is that young people come to a performance and then go out and rent every...

    by Andrés Solar on November 2, 2006
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    Tech Itch

    It's official: Laundry Bar is single-handedly fomenting a local drum 'n' bass revival. Recent weeks have seen DJ sets by kings of the genre like Florida's own AK1200, jazz-borrowing Londoners Aquasky, and one of the cofounders of the legendary Metalh...

    by Arielle Castillo on November 2, 2006
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    Trans-Siberian Orchestra

    In late August, the New York Times identified a South Korean man as the star of a YouTube.com video. In it Lim Jeong-hyun (calling himself "Funtwo") played Pachelbel's Canon on his electric guitar. The axe wizard has mad skills, but what really spark...

    by Margaret Griffis on November 2, 2006
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    be your own PET

    The laws of music journalism state that when a precociously good new band comes along, one must harp on the members' ages. So, okay, blah blah blah, the four members of be your own PET, from Nashville, are all teenagers, the oldest just barely legal....

    by Arielle Castillo on November 2, 2006
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    The Conga Kings

    Three master congueros, each with a distinctive style, lend the Conga Kings' accelerated pulse, but the name is meant to highlight the heart of the group, not describe the entire body. As do all the top percussionists in Latin jazz, this conga dru...

    by Andrés Solar on November 2, 2006
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    The Detroit Cobras

    Detroit is known for producing its share of renowned musicians. Rock-star bad-asses Alice Cooper and Iggy Pop and Motown legends the Temptations and Diana Ross all paved the way for what would become known as "good music" today. It's no wonder that t...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on November 2, 2006
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    The King Khan and BBQ Show

    Way back before the King Khan and BBQ Show ever began, Mark Sultan (a.k.a. BBQ) and King Khan (then referred to as the Blacksnake) were in a Canadian garage band known simply as the Spaceshits. Ten years and several continents later after Khan had ...

    by D. SIRIANNI on November 2, 2006
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    Whatever Happened to the Dinosaurs

    Like some unseen beast that emerges only in shadows to claim its prey, indie rock stalks Miami with as much Omaha, Nebraska soil between its toes as sand. Four-piece Whatever Happened to the Dinosaurs and their compatriots in Blue Moon, both from Mia...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on November 2, 2006
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    Ba Cissoko

    Awe-inspiring traditional African beats fuse with contemporary reggae-rock sounds when Ba Cissoko and his group decide to jam. Born into a musical family in West Africa's Guinea-Bissau, Ba Cissoko is a master of the regional 21-string harp-lute calle...

    by Rayme Samuels on November 2, 2006
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    Scandalously Hard

    Women are positioning themselves to stick it to men once and for all. Not content with bum-rushing the academic world by earning degrees, females are targeting anything considered male-sacrosanct, including prog-metal. Under the constant threat of ...

    by Eric W. Saeger on November 2, 2006
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    Jed, Move Away from There!

    Until Northerners rode the railroads into South Florida in the 1920s and 1930s, and Hispanics followed them to the area in the 1950s, Miami was a small fishing town with a distinctly Southern sound. Since 1992, amid the salsa, soca, and swing of urba...

    by PAUL CATALA on November 2, 2006
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    Support Imbeciles

    It's not often you're handed the opportunity to receive some express dentistry while giving to charity. Spikefest is a gig to benefit Dirty Rotten Imbeciles guitarist Spike Cassidy, whose recent colon cancer diagnosis (and possible metastasis) eig...

    by Eric W. Saeger on November 2, 2006
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    Last Night: Evanescence at the BankUnited Center

    October 23, 2007 BankUnited Center Better Than: Entering a bat cave with an angel by your side. It seems only natural that Amy Lee is perfectly at home in arenas. After all, her voice is the size of the sky. Even at a coo, it rises from the hori...

    @ Crossfade by John Hood on October 24, 2007 @ 1:44 pm
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    Foxy Brown Gets 76 Days in the Hole

    Troubled female rap star, Foxy Brown, keeps digging herself a deeper and deeper hole. She's had a long list of legal troubles over the past year and a half, which exclude the fact that she temporarily went deaf and has also seen her music career co...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on October 24, 2007 @ 1:18 pm
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    Last Night: Cat Power at Studio A

    Cat Power October 22, 2007 Studio A Better Than: Finding out Syd Barrett still sings in honky tonks. The Review: The last time I caught Cat Power at Studio A, it was just her, her pain, her anger and her keyboard - and a crowd of about 300. Last ni...

    @ Crossfade by John Hood on October 23, 2007 @ 4:23 pm
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    Today is officially HUMBERT DAY in the City of Hialeah!

    "Above all, Humbert is from Hialeah and proud. A city better known for its equally convoluted politics and street grids than its cultural output, Hialeah's best-known musical export to date is KC and the Sunshine Band. Still, a tiny subculture of liv...

    @ Crossfade by Arielle Castillo on October 23, 2007 @ 3:52 pm
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    Ky-Mani Marley's New Reality TV Series Airs This Week

    Ky-Mani Marley has a new reality TV showing airing this week on BET J that should be worth watching. The Jamaican-born, Miami-bred artist always stays busy--either writing new music, working on films, or hustling in a variety of positive ways. He's...

    @ Crossfade by Jonathan Cunningham on October 23, 2007 @ 1:11 pm
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