Being a successful musician really has to be a slice of heaven. And of course the chicks are great.
It's why from the beginning of time, men (and women) have taken up instruments in the chance they will be played in front of many, many others, some of whom could possibly want to have sex with them. ... More >>
Footrprintz is multi-intrumentalist producers Clarian North and Adam Hunter. The Montreal natives are currently their city's most hotly-tipped house and techno crossover act, thanks to 2011's auspicious Utopia EP on Visionquest, a label beloved by the techno heads with a taste for left-field dance-p ... More >>
What is potentially the absolute last headline we'd gamble on reading just popped into our inbox.
"GRAMMY WINNER BON IVER @ THE FILLMORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Yes, that's 47 exclamation points preceded by what may be the best news we've heard this month. Granted, we' ... More >>
Here's a quick break from the pre-Winter Music Conference hoopla to give you some local music news.
Sweat Records has announced the lineup from its third annual Sweatstock on April 21, which also coincides with Record Store Day.
Headlining the party is Miami's favorite electro-pop act Afrobeta ... More >>
As 2011 comes to an end, we're getting all nostalgic about the great
moments in Miami culture that took place over the past year. And we know
we're not alone. So we've asked some of Miami's top artists, writers,
film producers and other cultural geniuses about their favorite 2011
memories. La ... More >>
Photo by Anton CorbijnAbout a month or so after Arcade Fire rocked the music industry by walking away with the Grammy for Album of the Year, the Montreal-based group celebrated with some friends in Haiti.
Some 250 people packed into the Hotel Oloffson in Port-au-Prince -- many of whom were "exp ... More >>
Video still by Jennifer WeissArcade Fire's Win Butler in Haiti on March 29.On March 29, Arcade Fire lit up the Hotel Oloffson in Port-au-Prince with covers from Cyndi Lauper ("Girls Just Want to Have Fun"), the Rolling Stones ("The Last Time") and Creedence Clearwater Revival ("Who'll Stop the Ra ... More >>
Austin continues to be a land of great things, even during the madness of South by Southwest with a bazillion bands blasting their music at the same time.
Austin's so great that the madness isn't even madness. For instance, a massive line of hundreds of people waiting for a wristband from Th ... More >>
Photo by wireimage.com via grammy.comCee Lo acid puppets = Fun!Did you waste three hours of your life watching the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards last night? Well, congrats ... You got almost 15 minutes of genuine entertainment out of the deal.
For one, Bieber took a beating at the hands of Best ... More >>
via eminem.comEminem was the name on everyone's lips during last night's Grammy nominations special.
The Detroit rapper stole the show with ten nominations. They included nods for Record of the Year (for "Love the Way You Lie"), Album of the Year (for Recovery),
Best Rap Solo Performance (for ... More >>
Photo by Michael MarkosJohnny Ramone wilds out in '77.Today we celebrate the birthday of two Ramones: Johnny and CJ Ramone. Yes, CJ (who turns 45 today) is viewed as a ringer or a hired gun. He isn't anyone's favorite Ramone, but he did a fine job filling Dee Dee's Chucks and leather jacket
John ... More >>
Afrobeta opened the night's festivities.Respectable Street's 22nd AnniversaryClematis Street, West Palm BeachSaturday, August 22, 2009Better Than: The 21 previous Respectable Street anniversary parties (probably)The Review: It's been 22 years since Rodney Mayo bought an old Salvation Army s ... More >>
After the news that Jimmy Buffet had partnered with the Miami Dolphins to rename Dolphin Stadium as "LandShark" Stadium, a number of other notable musician with cult-like followings looked up and said, "Wait, you can do that? Like, if you have enough money you can just pay to have a major city landm ... More >>