Though many of the Florida's struggling artists lament the difficulty of gaining national traction from the southernmost state, Pompano Beach's Postmarks and its lush, cinematic pop enjoyed quite a bit of success a few years back. The Postmarks even managed to pique the interest of America's most ... More >>
All those Holiday bills may be creeping up on you by now, but that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice your weekend by sitting on your couch, watching reruns of Everybody Loves Raymond, and eating scraps of cheese all the way through Sunday. We've got you covered with cheap parties, music, and booze ... More >>
With retro cool, the band's sophomore album swift-kicks the slump cliché.
The legendary Miami band ripped it up with its original lineup.
The Holy TerrorsSaturday, January 10, 2009 Churchill's Pub, MiamiBetter Than: Any other band playing last night in South Florida Sometime back in the early 90's the Holy Terrors were playing at CBGB's when an earnestly keyed-up Dee Dee Ramone stuck around and told the guys he loved their music. Dee ... More >>
Theyre more than one-hit wonders.
Aww, I thought today would be a slow blogging day, but alas, there's joy in Mudville. South Florida's favorite indie-pop trio, the Postmarks, are releasing a brand new album next week, entitled By the Numbers and finally, there's some material floating around to help give it a buzz. This video is f ... More >>
The Postmarks reach the UK.
Broward County's the Postmarks have the music industry paying attention to their sugary sounds in a big way. It may have taken two years to put out their debut, self-titled album, but now that it's on shelves, everyone from Spin to the New Pornographers seems to want a piece of them. The reason they ... More >>
America's next great pop band just happens to hail from South Florida. Surprised? So are they
Until now the only place to See Venus has been on the Web, where its brand of multilayered pop already has gone global