Of Montreal With Boogarins Grand Central Miami Wednesday, May 7, 2014 Better Than: Of Montreal's recorded material. Of Montreal is one of those critically acclaimed bands whose dozen-album deep catalog is impossible to dive into. That is, unless you see them live. Such an occurrence will baptize y ... More >>
By his own admission, Domingo "Sunny" Ortiz has a great gig. While most working Americans are quick to grouse about their jobs, Ortiz, the percussionist for Atlanta-based band Widespread Panic, exudes a level of enthusiasm that would likely make most people bitter with envy. "I can't think of anyth ... More >>
It took Haruki Murakami three years to complete 1Q84, the Japanese author's nearly 1,000-page surrealist novel set in a fictionalized 1984 Tokyo. He described his creative process in a 2011 interview with The Guardian as "routine," waking each morning well before sunrise, diving straight into his "s ... More >>
We don't have enough live music in Miami. We just don't. So when a band like Stokeswood decides to make its second home in the Magic City, we get a little giddy. Originally from Georgia, the electro-acoustic band will be playing at The Stage this Saturday as part of Soul Fest. Tingling with e ... More >>
Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness once made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times This week, Luke lays out his ideas to fix Miami's inner city neighborhoods. While it was nice to see Tony Crapp Jr., an African American ... More >>
photo by Ryan RussellNo, this has pretty much nothing to do with the martyred gay San Francisco city supervisor. The quattet Harvey Milk may have, in its name, nodded in tribute to that man, but that's where any political notions end for this band. Rather, this sludgy, experimental noise-rock-type a ... More >>
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