Plan B From Outerspace
With Holly Hunt, Crucial Taunt, and Andrew W.K. 2
Churchill's Pub, Miami
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Better Than: Throwing a party on a Native American burial ground, moshing with mummies, and Trick-or-Treating at Britney Spears' house.
Miami has a tendency to turn every hol ... More >>
When Crossfade checked in with The Duke Spirit on Thursday, the London rock band was lost and on the run somewhere outside Daytona Beach.
They finally arrived under cover of darkening skies, as the neon tubes buzzed on for the evening in Miami Beach. Crossfade tagged along to see what 29 hours in ... More >>
Grand Central, Downtown Miami
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Better Than: Approximately 95% of most live music events. Two tight bands, decently timed sets, booming sound. What else do you need?
Last night, Battles blew our fucking mind. Sorry to indulge the most standa ... More >>
Photo by Jason Frank Rothenberg"I can't imagine making a more difficult album," says Battles drummer John Stanier when asked to describe the process behind Gloss Drop, the first full-length in four years from the recently downsized (once a quartet, now a trio) post-math-rock ensemble.
While ... More >>
Schiko via Stones ThrowMayer Hawthorne is a Michigan-bred dude with a genuinely soulful sound. Undoubtedly, Motown influenced the young singer's timeless melodies. His falsetto vocals can sometimes sound straight out of 1971. But this producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist is making orig ... More >>
Unlike many of his "MySpace generation" peers -- the words from his press materials, not ours -- English phenom Kissy Sell Out has refused to move on to new flavors like tropical disco or funk or house. Instead, he's instead stuck to his bass-bombing electro guns, mostly on a series of ... More >>
photo by Ian WitlenTrent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails performing at the Cruzan Amphitheatre Friday night. Click here to view the full slideshow.Nine Inch Nails and Jane's AddictionWith Street Sweeper Social ClubFriday, May 8, 2009Cruzan Amphitheatre, West Palm BeachBetter Than: Sex.The Review:Friday ni ... More >>
Tomorrow night's show continues Respectable Street's recent trend of catering to the darker set. As such, headlining the bill tomorrow is the singularly pseudonymous Voltaire, flying down from his cave in New York as part of a brief national tour in support of his recent musical endeavors. Voltair ... More >>
The English quartet Late of the Pier are among their homeland's best, brightest young hopes, with all the high cheekbones and music press praise that usually entails. But don't mistake them for one of the dour, fedora-ed Brit indie groups of recent years. This band makes fun music for the kids full ... More >>
Ultra Music Festival released the second phase of its lineup, and while the biggest names in the list offer no big surprises, a number of other, smaller acts added to the bill demonstrate more of the festival's forward-thinking approach this year. So here are the titans who will play (again): Paul ... More >>