Sure, two high-school girls can make a "Chonga Song" with an old PC and a USB mic, and go viral. But there's still nothing like a professionally recorded song produced with quality gear and a dedicated engineer in an acoustically sound environment. Miami's great musical history is proof. Outside of ... More >>
Yesterday near Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Inner Circle's tour bus crashed into a highway cable barrier on Interstate 10 as the classic reggae band traveled to California to kick off its summer tour. A tire blowout was the cause. "Listen man, God is good," cofounder and guitarist Roger Lewis tells Cros ... More >>
Third World and Inner Circle share more than a few things in common: names of exactly equal length (two words, 11 letters); status as two of Jamaican reggae's longest-running and best-known bands; Florida addresses. What's more, at one time, they were essentially the same group. Third World foun ... More >>
Going Bizerk!There are some things Miami doesn't lack: beach, sun, pretty girls, and up-and-coming rappers. The 305 is definitely the place to be for the new kids on the hip-hop block. We just recently snatched hip-hop's latest superstar, Drake. It's even a good place for graduated natives like R ... More >>
Jacob KatelIan Lewis of Inner Circle walks through the backyard at Circle House studios in North Miami Inner Circle are the "Bad Boys of Reggae." If you've ever seen the TV show COPS then you know why -- they wrote the theme song. But Inner Circle aren't one-hit novelty wonders; the band has rele ... More >>
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Young quartet Bottom of da Map and manager/producer Bigg D hope to create a new Miami sound
Watcha gonna do, Inner Circle, make one of the hottest recording studios in the nation?
The world over, Inner Circle makes real reggae for all people