<< Previous Page  |  1  |  ...  |  255  |  ...  |  510  |  ...  |  761  |  762  |  763  |  ...  |  765  |  ...  |  1020  |  ...  |  1022  |  Next Page >> 15221 - 15240 of 20436

  • Article

    Midnight Glimpse: Books & Books

    How many martinis and half-forgotten hookups must we indulge before tiring of debauchery? The road of excess can be exciting, but for some of us, clubland adventures often turn into reruns of a boring soap opera. And it is right about this time, acco...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on May 10, 2007
  • Article

    Nadine Sutherland - Say My Name (Eight76)

    The calypso anthem "Big Tingz" on Kingston-based singer Nadine Sutherland's new album, Say My Name, would be the perfect opener for the annual Best of the Best reggae festival over Memorial Day weekend at Miami's Bayfront Park. You can visualize peop...

    by Makkada Selah on May 10, 2007
  • Article

    120 Days - 120 Days (Vice/Atlantic)

    Maybe it's the long nights with nothing to do but take drugs and play music, or maybe it's the band's position outside of America's mainstream, but whatever the case, Norway's 120 Days has managed to create a murky, driving album that puts the relent...

    by j. poet on May 10, 2007
  • Article

    Dulce Pontes

    Dulce Pontes An oral tradition that is passed on in the taverns and streets of Lisbon, Portugal, fado is the urban, bluesy musical form that gained international renown through the voice of the late Amlia Rodrigues. The lyrics speak of love, l...

    by Ernest Barteldes on May 10, 2007
  • Article


    Raphael, a.k.a. Don Rafael Martos Snchez, a.k.a. Spain's answer to Tom Jones, visits Miami this Friday for the first time in more than four years. A child prodigy from Linares, Spain, Raphael burst onto the scene in 1954 when, at nine years of age...

    by Eric W. Saeger on May 10, 2007
  • Article

    Natural Causes

    First it was the Beatles, until the best musicians in that band died. Then it was the Ramones, until the Reaper wiped them out, too. Now the biggest musical reunion imaginable (at least here in Miami) has arrived. Thirteen years after its demise, Nat...

    by Greg Baker on May 10, 2007
  • Article

    The Miami International Piano Festival

    The funny thing about snobbery is how it's often in the eye of the beholder. Giselle Brodsky ain't no snob, despite bearing the title of artistic director for the Miami International Piano Festival. The goal of the festival, she informs me in her r...

    by Eric W. Saeger on May 10, 2007
  • Article

    Old Punks Never Die - Just ask former Dead Kennedy howler Jello Biafra, who remains very much alive and ready to call you out on your B.S.

    It's a thin line between punk and poser. So how do you tell the difference? Do Mohawks, homemade tattoos, and musical elitism comprise the punk checklist? Not so much. Try: fighting censorship, singing in an influential band, and running an indie lab...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on May 10, 2007
  • Article

    The Baseball Music Project

    No, it's not just an extended version of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame." The Baseball Music Project, founded in 2004, brings together the work of talented historians, writers, composers, arrangers, and performers to present a unique look at the sport....

    by Andrés Solar on May 3, 2007
  • Article

    The Newest Kids on the Block - With radio-ready melodies, hip-hop beats, and an endorsement from Pitbull, DMG is ready, willing, and eager for stardom

    Back in 2004, the four teenage members of DMG spent every waking moment writing and recording songs. The plan was simple: to come up with a mainstream hit in the same vein as Top 40 acts such as Jay-Z and Outkast. But there was a rather obvious probl...

    by José Dávila on May 3, 2007
  • Article

    Midnight Glimpse: Super Wheels

    Revelry can turn up in the unlikeliest of places. The streets around the rundown Crystal Plaza may be quiet, but in a dark room inside the shopping center, flashing lights and booming bass assail the senses. People dance. They elbow each other. Stran...

    by Alexandra Quiñones on May 3, 2007
  • Article

    The Jazz Singer - Tony DeSare is duly flattered by comparisons to Sinatra. Then again, the Chairman of the Board never covered Prince

    New Yorkers love to talk about today's popular male vocalists, and how they stack up (or not) against the blessed Sinatra. This no-win comparison is especially common when it comes to the young pianist and singer Tony DeSare, who arrived in New York ...

    by ANDRéS SOLAR on May 3, 2007
  • Article

    Cedric the Entertainer - Selected to mix a coveted Yoshitoshi mix, DJ Cedric Gervais has placed himself, and his adopted city, at the center of the house music map

    Among the international DJ set, the chance to release a collection on the revered Yoshitoshi label is a rare and coveted honor, the kind of thing that nudges an artist one step closer to superstar status. Which is why regular Club Space spinner Cedri...

    by Eric W. Saeger on May 3, 2007
  • Article


    Spanish-born Maria Quiones created the persona of Martirio (which translates as "martyr") as an onstage alter ego, one who wears dark glasses and large, decorative combs known as peinetas. She performed with numerous groups before joining the group ...

    by Ernest Barteldes on May 3, 2007
  • Article

    Sean Price

    Studio A becomes hip-hop central on Thursday with the appearance of Duck Down Records artist Sean Price. Price is the artist formerly known as Ruck, half of the rap group Heltah Skeltah, and one of the lead MCs from the mighty Boot Camp Clik. In h...

    by Eric W. Saeger on May 3, 2007
  • Article

    Rene Fleming

    Superstar lyric soprano Rene Fleming's tour itinerary says a lot about how far Miami has come as a cultural destination. Listed are three dates in Paris, two in Vienna, a stop in New York to sing with the brilliant L.A. Philharmonic featuring conduc...

    by Andrés Solar on May 3, 2007
  • Article

    Lady Saw - Walk Out (VP)

    Lady Saw claimed she's "too nice fi inna cock fight" and "too rich to argue with bitch" in 2004 on "Man Is the Least," but that was all chat compared to her eighth LP, Walk Out. "Make me introduce you to mi cutlass," she threatens one heifer on "Chat...

    by Makkada Selah on May 3, 2007
  • Article

    Willard Grant Conspiracy - Let It Roll (Dahlia)

    Boston-based music group Willard Grant Conspiracy sure knows how to make a music critic's job tough. Whereas most bands can be blithely described with a few words, WGC practically requires a new genre tag. Stylistically it's got strong folk-rock and ...

    by Mark Keresman on May 3, 2007
  • Article

    Nine Inch Nails - Year Zero (Interscope)

    Leave it to Trent Reznor one of the few musicians who doesn't need to hype his art by this point to trump every other viral marketer with the promotional campaign for the new Nine Inch Nails album Year Zero. Besides leaking MP3s via USB drives le...

    by Annie Zaleski on May 3, 2007
  • Article

    Viki - Viki (Animal Disguise)

    Viki has always been a true Detroit eccentric, operating well beyond genre a point this fifteen-track collection of rarities and outtakes drives home. Viki's gargantuan beats, bee-buzzing distortion, cheap sci-fi sound effects, and reverb-soaked sa...

    by Justin F. Farrar on May 3, 2007
<< Previous Page  |  1  |  ...  |  255  |  ...  |  510  |  ...  |  761  |  762  |  763  |  ...  |  765  |  ...  |  1020  |  ...  |  1022  |  Next Page >> 15221 - 15240 of 20436
Miami Concert Tickets

Concert Calendar

  • September
  • Fri
  • Sat
  • Sun
  • Mon
  • Tue
  • Wed
  • Thu

Join My Voice Nation for free stuff, music info & more!