It's Friday, and like Lily Allen, tonight you're gonna wanna "get in the car and drive to the club" and "make [your] way to the bar." But you won't have to blow wads of cash on musical tunes and Jack and Coke to party like the Brit sensation. Nope. We've got you covered with liquor-fueled and music ... More >>
We can't write our best Churchill's Pub stories on the Internet because we don't wanna get the place shut down. However, in anticipation of Miami's only true rock 'n' roll dive celebrating its 33rd anniversary, we here at Crossfade will gladly share some family-friendly tales. Like that time in th ... More >>
trashfever.comSo far, 2010 has been a bad year for old-school South Florida musicians, from Lisa Hodapp to Dave Shibler to Norm "Sugarbone" Sloan, many of the people who set the groundwork for the musical awesomeness we enjoy nowadays are passing. It's been bad. Some time ago, I had the pleasure ... More >>
This seven-inch by Hodapp's band Morbid Opera is now a collector's item.She was a mother, wife, and lawyer ... but above all, Lisa Hodapp was a tried and true participant in the South Florida music scene since the late '70s. Known to all as a charismatic and genuine lady who was always quick with ... More >>
"I am so offended by Lance Stelzer that I e-mailed your article to the Florida Bar ethics committee. Who the hell is this idiot, anyway?"
Jesse Jackson sings a city's soul to wake
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Erstwhile indie rock legend Kreamy 'Lectric Santa rebounds from tragedy and returns to a scene it helped create
Around the Storm
Churchill's keeps South Florida rocking
The Crumbs spread their disease
Miami's artistic avant-garde stakes out new territory far, far from South Beach
Churchill's celebrates twenty years as Miami's underground rock epicenter
Guerillas in the mix
Cover your ears or bask in the blare. Miami avant-skronkers Harry Pussy, Rat Bastard, and Tom Smith's To Live and Shave in L.A. have launched an audacious aural assault on the senses. But is anyone out there listening?
He's spent his life making music for fun. Now he's about to become the Next Everything.
The shattered dreams and blurred memories of Washington Square
Cell 63 free themselves from the retro morass
When four become one in the name of Love
Ridin' writin' for rolling rockers and travelin' fans
Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics
Vinyl might be a dead configuration, but nobody bothered to tell the rock and rollers that
Rolling Stone and the British music press rush to Miami for the Next Big Thing. Holy mackerel!
Local rock guitarist Ed Stokes dies at age 25