When Mitt Romney pledged to "stop the subsidy to PBS" and save the country $445 million dollars annually (or 0.012 percent of the federal budget), the GOP presidential candidate also inadvertently vowed to jeopardize broad, primetime access to previously recorded live indie music.
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Despite the fact that Gotye had two solo LPs under his belt before releasing last year's Making Mirrors, it wasn't until the Australian released a xylophone-heavy track that he became a household name.
This week, "Somebody That I Used to Know" became the year's biggest hit, comfortably spending it ... 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 Danny ClinchSome bands are better than others on tour. But few are as good as My Morning Jacket.
Since breaking onto the indie alternative scene in the late '90s, the Tennessee-based group has earned a reputation for having one of the greatest live shows in music today. At the 2008 Bon ... More >>
It's now been two years and one month since venue problems, "sluggish ticket sales," and the general shittiness of the U.S. economy sank the Langerado Music Festival.
But now, the fest is back. Mere minutes ago, Crossfade received notice from Fresh Clean Media that "the wait is officially over." ... More >>