DJ-production outfit Visionquest and its eponymous label are pretty much the biggest thing in underground EDM right now. But as the foursome told Crossfade ahead of WMC 2011, it all started with four friends from Michigan who shared a penchant for psychedelic mind expansion, esoterica, and Berlin ... More >>
A decade of debauchery, deals, and disasters.
A lot can be said about OHWOW's quick two-year residency in Miami. In a short time, the gallery-meets-performance space brought us an incredible amount of quality exhibitions as well as unforgettable parties, all coming out of a simple black-and-white warehouse in the middle of Allapattah.Who can ... More >>
In anticipation of the upcoming Best of Miami issue hitting newsstands June 17, here is a sneak peek at one category and its winner.Photo by Takuya Sakamoto (via honeyee.com)Aaron BondaroffAaron "the Downtown Don" Bondaroffoh-wow.comAt age 33, Aaron "the Downtown Don" Bondaroff can't be called a ... More >>
A voyage into the art of darkness in an economy gone mad.
Photo by Tim ElfrinkThere's a reason David Lynch long ago joined the small pantheon of adjective-ized American artists alongside Hitchcock, Kubrick and Bon Jovi. (What? You've never heard a Bon Jovian song?)The director's tightrope walk between macabre and mundane was plastered all over the walls ... More >>
Dutch DJ Joris Voorn has gotta be one of the headiest head-spinners working the decks these days. In fact, his double-disc Balance 014 mix CD seems to spring straight from an ether all its own. So New Times decided to give the celebrated dance man a chance to bring it all down to the ground where we ... More >>
The Talking Heads mastermind sings the tunes of his latest collaboration with Brian Eno.
Martin Short brings Jiminy Glick, Ed Grimley, and other oddballs to Miami for a night.
Rodriguez and Tarantino overcome nostalgia in their cut-and-run grindhouse mash note
Legend, yes. But Clint Eastwood is not done yet.
Gyno-centric director returns with a light-hearted ghost story
DVD releases for the week of July 5, 2006
These galleries offer different takes on panning for gold
Mosaic's Elephant Man is mostly art by the numbers
Jonathan Caouette's tumultuous life story spills out over 90 minutes
After a year with NASA, Laurie Anderson touches down in Miami
Temptation flourishes in the garden of Young Adam
Mel Gibson's Passion is more torture-test than devotional
Cuban avant-gardist Alfredo Triff mixes it up with Brazil's Livio Tragtenberg
Local punks lose the horns, keep the logo
From the man who put words to canvas and called it art, Ed Ruscha gets a Miami retrospective
Blues legend Koko Taylor hits the Road
Xiu Xiu the Sent Down Girl
Packages for the mid-decade wrapped in South Florida