New York had its Cafe Wha? and Bottom Line. Los Angeles had the Troubadour. And while South Florida could never match either of those cities in terms of star power and mystique, it did have a venue that helped foster South Florida's burgeoning folk scene in the 1960s and '70s. That place was known ... More >>
Heavy bass, ear-shredding distortion, booty beats, syrupy synths, and prime rhymes. Even though the 305 is a sunny city, it's definitely got a weird, dark, and dirty side. So while this year's top local releases were often sexed-up and fun-obsessed, they were also experimental, X-rated, drugged-ou ... More >>
Liturgy's Hunter Hunt-Hendrix.The taunt of poserdom -- that is, a self-proclaimed authority's suggestion that you just might be a wannabe -- is a stinger. And since punk, rock 'n' roll has suffered new standards of legitimacy (be it fashion, playlists, or diets) with every wave proclaiming itself ... More >>
photo from myspace.com/murderousrampage444Watch out Zombie Strippers, Murderous Rampage has just released a video for their song "Programmed to Kill." And the topless zombie chicks are way more brutal than Jenna Jameson (no matter how much Nietzsche she reads). They don't strip, they just w ... More >>
The goth takes to the canvas, with mixed results.
Rock stars we wish we could call Mom.
Little Miss Sunshine
"Orishas are hot! They dance bien rico!"
An obsessive teen romance fuels My Summer of Love
Eddie Griffin shows the world how he manages to wring laughs from his DysFunKtional kin
Never the Sinner: The Leopold and Loeb Story
What was Brian Warner like before he became a parent's worst nightmare? Ambitious, petty, shrewd, desperate and prone to puking.
A new breed of scuba diver is testing the limits using experimental gases, advanced technology, and a compulsion to take risks
Teach your children well and accept that Heaven is Hell