There will always be a place for the brand of vulnerable indie folk that Seattle's Head and the Heart have been perfecting since 2009. At the moment, the band is still riding high on critically lauded sophomore album, Let's Be Still, playing through dust storms at Coachella, and slowly putting the ... More >>
Face it ... We're a society obsessed with celebrity wealth. Whether it's the 20 Richest Rappers, Ten Richest DJs, Eight Richest Musicians in their Teens and 20s, or the Five Richest Celebs in the Music Business, you can count on Crossfade to narrow down the ridiculously long, arbitrary lists publi ... More >>
Our country's divided. However, it's not President Obama's failed promises or Mitt Romney's tired rhetoric that's causing this nation to feud; it's electronic dance music. On one side of the proverbial aisle, we have the disciples of mainstream electro giants like Tiësto and Swedish House Mafia. ... More >>
That's it! We've got the perfect route for Beyoncé's multi-family trek across Florida with best friends Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin: Miami to Pensacola Beach for DeLuna Fest 2012 in September. Originally, headliners Pearl Jam and Foo Figthers were reason enough to make the 11-hour journey to ... More >>
Surfer Blood! The West Palm Beach band is currently recording its second full-length slab in California with Gil Norton, a studio pro who's previously produced The Foo Fighters and Counting Crows, as well as the final three albums by The Pixies (with whom the Blood boys toured last year). Given ... More >>
He's one-fourth of the Beatles and he's arguably one of the most influential musicians of all time. But in Mark Ronson's eyes, Sir Paul McCartney is a goddamn hero. When Ronson was a child, he and his family spent a lot of time at a beach in Long Island. Coincidently, McCartney and first wife, Lin ... More >>
Yesterday, CNN ran an interesting article about Southern stereotypes, "The South: Not all Bubbas and Banjos." "The lower right-hand portion of the U.S. of A. is often pigeonholed as a tobacco-spittin', Bible-thumpin', gun-totin' (and worse) backwater," writes Todd Leopold. "So go ahead, fry up the ... More >>
It's time to start planning your road trip to Lollapalooza land 'cause King Perry Farrell just released his 125-name guestlist for this August's three-day Grant Park extravaganza. And if you don't wanna be left at the gate, crying and clawing the dirt like a pauper, you better buy a full-weekend ... More >>
Well, it seems that Miami's most famous Colombian resident is once again making waves, and this time it has nothing to do with heated debate over Juanes' well-meaning Peace Without Borders concert in Cuba (which didn't go quite as planned). It's not even about the release of his upcoming and much ... More >>
Have fun in the Great Indoors at the Small Wonders art show.It's funny to think that rich, fancy folks pay for sweat lodges when all we have to do is step outside for the next 3-4 months. Are you feeling grateful yet? Yeah, us neither. As you'll notice, all of this week's free recs happen indoors ... More >>
Black is the color or mourning, evil and high school goths who's parents just don't understand. It is also now the color of the Miami Heat's playoff hopes. Everytime the Heat get into the playoffs they seem to get color crazy, picking red, white or black to rally around. This year black ... More >>
Moving Units is a weekly column on Crossfade tracking the best-selling albums at South Florida independent record stores. Top Five Albums for the Week of November 16 - 22 Sweat Records, MiamiThe first release from rock supergroup Them Crooked Vultures, made up of members of Queens of the Stone Age ... More >>
Photo by Sayre BermanClick here to view photos from this event.Leonard CohenSaturday, October 17, 2009BankAtlantic Center, SunriseBetter Than: Any singer you've ever heard before.Why the hell Leonard Cohen appeared at BankAtlantic Center rather than, say, The Fillmore Gleason is anybody's guess. ... More >>
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For such a relatively short existence, few bands have excited such extreme reactions in the heavy music world as the Orlando-based quartet Trivium. Formed in the earlier part of this decade while the members were still teenagers, the band’s 2003 full-length debut, Ember to Inferno, messed with the ... More >>
Our fantasy draft for the Super Bowl halftime show.
Dave Grohl refuses to take death lying down.
It's all in the stars.
DVD releases for the week of July 12, 2007
Beyond (Fat Possum)
Don't fret. Guitar Hero II kills the opening act.
You Are Free "Matador Records"
Can one man convince millions of people to pay for their "free" music?
Amy Heckerling's newest teen movie proves that lightning doesn't strike three times
The Chili Peppers and Foo Fighters won't save rock but they're hanging in there
September 24 - 30, 1998