Mondays always get in the way of the weekend, but if you live in the Magic City, the first day of the work week always brings a new set of concerts to check out. And if you were one of the lucky ones who snagged a pair of tickets to see Arcade Fire put on their first Florida shows at the Little Hai ... More >>
Today's gratuitous but awesome giveaway is brought to you by the folks behind the new site becausesoundmatters.com. Music collectors who love to buy new music on vinyl will find lots to love here, a site that gathers all of Warner Music Group's labels' in-print releases in one spot. That inc ... More >>
The past few months have produced something akin to Surfer Blood fatigue -- and Crossfade's up-to-the-minute coverage isn't exactly changing that -- at least among locals. But it's really not the group's fault. For a band that's barely old enough to drink, they've seemingly done everything right: ... More >>
Photo by Shannon CottrellGetting sleepy, J.P.?As promised, Surfer Blood got the Village Voice's SXSW showcase started right on Saturday. VV's Camille Dodero confirms that the guys from West Palm Beach are "the nicest kids ever," and posted some nifty snaps from the other acts, including the Pains ... More >>
Pitchfork's love affair with West Palm Beach's Surfer Blood continued this week when the online music site picked "Swim" as the one of the top singles of 2009. It came in at number 37 out of 100. Pitchfork says, "Any self-respecting 'pop craftsman' would've whittled away at that 'Needles in the C ... More >>
The emo pioneers really were worth writing home about.
Moving Units is a weekly column on Crossfade tracking the best-selling albums at South Florida independent record stores. Click here to view past top-sellers. Top 5 Albums for the week of October 11 - 17Monsters of Folk, an indie supergroup comprised of members from My Morning Jacket and Bright Eyes ... More >>
Nouns (Sub Pop)
Pelican, Circa Survive, and Thrice Revolution, Ft. Lauderdale Tuesday, April 29, 2008 Better Than: Considering just Thrice’s set – better than the band’s last appearance in South Florida, last December at the Fillmore Miami Beach. The Review: Alright, I start this review very irritated that ... More >>
Cease to Begin (Sub Pop)
We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank (Epic)
What's indie rock? Who cares? Ten great CDs that will blow you away, no matter your definition.
Shapes and Sizes (Asthmatic Kitty)
Modest Mouse leader Isaac Brock waxes on the moon and Speedo
Suburban Harmony Joyride