Psychedelic percussionist and transgenre, globally informed music enthusiast Ed Wilcox has lived in Florida, Philadelphia, Mississippi, Texas, Scotland, Norway, Iran, Baltimore, and the intergalactic cosmos of the mind. He has kept time for ensembles rooted in comfortably familiar North American id ... More >>
Art sucks. Get drunk. Music sucks. Dance harder. The lights are too bright. Turn them all off and let the bass drown your body till your heart rattles in your ribcage. Throw your phone against the ground, quit paying your internet bill, never trust a wireless modem, and check out these five Se ... More >>
via facebook.com/massiveattackMassive Attack bathe in rainbows.Massive Attack and Thievery CorporationBayfront Park Amphitheatre, MiamiTuesday, October 26, 2010Better Than: No doubt the MGMT show was probably awesome, but if I could have split myself and watched both, I'm pretty sure this is wher ... More >>
Dubstep has taken Miami by storm in the last year -- hardly surprising in a city that has always loved its bass. The emergence of this once marginal sound rooted in the UK underground is due in no small part to record label/promoters Basshead Music fostering Miami's local bass culture over the ye ... More >>
Both members of the Bristol, England duo Way Out West - Jody Wisternoff and Nick Warren - have become international star DJs in their own right. But it's in this twosome that they really sparkle as creators of warm, expansive dance music that knows few genre bounds. At Way Out West's inception in ... More >>
On the trip-hop master's new album, Knowle West Boy, it's Leeds singer Alex Mills.
Street Horrrsing (All Tomorrow's Parties)
Portishead's back together. Is trip-hop creeping back?
What exactly does that mean? Today we know it means that two museums will receive hundreds of millions of dollars to build hulking structures in a waterfront park. But on November 2, most people had no clue
Stargazing (Special Edition) (Nettwerk)
The people of Miami take a crash course in art, parks, and democracy
Englishman Rupert Mould takes Cuban music to new frontiers
The creators of Chicken Run find soul in a lump of clay
April 1-7, 1999
September 3 - 9, 1998
May 7 - 13, 1998