See also "Dan Hosker, Famed South Florida Punk and Holy Terrors Guitarist, Dead at 46." In 2008, Miami New Times contributor JosÃ© DÃ¡vila wrote a feature story entitled "The Holy Terrors Rise Again," chronicling the return of a "raging art-punk quartet" that he called "the defining soundtrack for ... More >>
When they say Miami is a city built of snow, rest assured they aren't talking about the weather. Even pop culture, through movies like Scarface and TV shows like Miami Vice, have helped equate the city to sweet Lady Cocaine. That's reason enough to honor it by listing some of the best cocaine-relate ... More >>
Miami natives Erik Slemon and Matt Gardner first started making music together more than a decade ago, when they were still apple-cheeked students at Coral Gables High and Columbus, respectively. Perhaps those early attempts were humble -- "We played, like, Nirvana covers at a couple of house partie ... More >>
Florida? Yeah! A New Start, Boise Bob and His Backyard Band, Fleez, and The BikesThe PoorhouseSaturday, June 27, 2009 Better Than: Anything going on in any other bar in downtown Fort Lauderdale The Review: For at least 10 years, Garo Gallo has worked zealously to keep the fabric of Fort Lauderdale ... More >>
The raging art-punk quartet launched one-fourth of Interpol.
Modernage didn't let lack of instrumental virtuosity keep it from local pop stardom
Who knew “New York-style cheesecake” meant “with a side of crack”?
Gothic pioneers revive themselves for one more tour
On bikes or onstage, Awesome New Republic deconstructs the Miami mentality
The sober Kings of Leon recast Southern rock in a complex new light
The downtown indie scene is jumping and making stars out of Fashionista and Modernage
The Ultra Music Festival is part music, part counterculture, and all business
Improv-ing your love life
South Florida is at the heart of the Internet gambling boom -- and of the war to stop it
For some people, African millionaire Foutanga Dit Babani Sissoko was a dream come true. For others he was a nightmare.