Every hipster millennial had their Killers moment. These kids vehemently yelled "Mr. Brightside" in the shower, and then on the bus to school (since it was 2004, and Discmans were still in), they packed an extra set of Duracells for a habitual Hot Fuss morning sesh. Over the years though, overwe ... More >>
Drop The Lime is the slick-haired, black-clad leader of New York's Trouble & Bass crew, though you might mistake him for a vampire if you saw him on the street. He's been DJing for about a decade. But he's recently hit his stride, creating his own unique sound by incorporating rockabilly and s ... More >>
Photo by Ian WitlenOver the last 18 hours, we here at Crossfade have provided you with 18 reports from our first day wandering through Ultra Land and beyond. So far, we've played a few rounds of Ultra Bingo. We've gone to pool parties and Sunday School. We've enjoyed sweaty encounters with CSS, E ... More >>
Photo by Ian Witlen‚ÄčAfter 13 years, Ultra Music Festival has managed to push aside the week that helped create it. Ballsy as the move may have been, we all knew Ultra had long overshadowed Winter Music Conference. With the conference's attendance at just 3,763 last year, the festival managed to se ... More >>
This synth-pop group's shows are so happy they hurt.
Ranking the best of what went around and came around again.
It's time to rank the best of what went around and came around again. BILLY JOEL The Stranger (Columbia/Legacy) As punk and disco exploded, the Piano Man's deeply unhip 1978 breakthrough proved that top-shelf Broadway/Brill Building songwriting could still sell - and, occasionally, rock. "Scenes ... More >>
It's all digital love for the superstar DJ this Sunday.
Miguel Bosé is no run-of-the-mill Latin heartthrob.
It's all in the stars.
The hound prefers Daft Punk, eschews Chocolate
"As long as Jimbo lives, his lease on that diamond sliver of Miamiís posh waterfront will live on too"
This used to be Madonna's playground, but it's time for her to get off the swing
The dangerous devolution of video vixens
White men learned to dance, and the emoting was as thick as the eyeliner on the year's best pop-rock records.
More than just gay culture for dummies, Scissor Sisters practice the art of subversion
Roman Coppola's CQ travels to Paris and beyond for sci-fi fun in the summer of love
Burn It Black "Universal"
Ain't no slackage with Atom and His Package
The power-pop life and times of Marshall Crenshaw
July 9 - 15, 1998
The perenially pompous Mr. D'Arby puts his imprimatur on another ambitious pop-soul epic