More recent South Florida releases.
¡Mayday! The Thinnest Line (Self-released)maydayonline.com This five-track EP is rife with sexy rhythm and blues, with elements of funky hip-hop and solid live instrumentation behind it. It gives an overall lounge feeling for the casual cool cat that dresses well and knows how to order a d ... More >>
To read past installments of South Florida According to Brooklyn, click here. Last Sunday I went to the Cinema Paradiso record swap that was put on by Mark Pollack of New Art School. Three local bands played: the first was No Class Action, the second was Band Number 12, and the third was the Shakers ... More >>
To read past installments of Miami According to Brooklyn, click here. This week is addressed to my haters. First off, I'd like to thank you for taking the time to read my column. Second, the things that I write and talk about are just one man's opinion. I just throw things out there and if you agree ... More >>
The Vagabond's day manager and occasional bouncer sounds off on the club scene.
To read past installments of Miami According to Brooklyn, click here. Most of these guys who hang out in this club scene crap have no respect for women whatsoever. They're just out trying to get their dick wet, which is horrible. I see it every day. Women should be treated with a little more respect ... More >>
Like its muck-puddles, MotorStorm is a shallow mess
"I Don't Like the Look of It" (Rowdy Records)