In the 1970s, Miami's TK Productions sold hundreds of millions of records around the world. Yes, hundreds of millions of records around the world.
They were all cut in a tiny eight-track studio in Hialeah by a close-knit team of musicians and songwriters. The family worked together on each oth ... More >>
It is no secret that jazz music is a national treasure. And locally, jazz served as the soundtrack to South Florida and its sunny lifestyle way before megaclubs and laptop DJs took over.
But we're not here to bitch about overpriced nightlife spots or knob-twiddlers. It's simply time to celebrate o ... More >>
The Psycho Daisies
Snowflakes Falling on the International Dateline
(Psycho Daisies Records)
It was never my fingers on the neck of a killer guitar. I can read on bass if told properly. I can muster a heavy beat on drums if allowed. But I'll never be the type of motherfuck ... More >>
Dead rock stars are a dime a dozen. They usually drink themselves to death, overdose on narcotics, crash cars, or get on faulty aircrafts with drunk pilots on drugs who crash cars. But murdered musicians? That's where it gets gruesome. Check out these 10 tales of death by murder.
According to band leader Graham Wood Drout IKO IKO have been playing in Miami for over 30 years. We caught the legendary Dade County killers live at Q American Barbeque on the West End of Miami's Design District on Saturday night. We asked the band if we could record some songs, Graham thought a ... More >>
The kids of bass legend Jaco Pastorius will share the stage with noteworthy Jazz fusion guitarist Randy Bernsen at Alligator Alley this Sunday, August 2. Bernsen, who was a close friend of the elder Pastorius, infuses his guitar work with loads of effects, and is one of the more successful South ... More >>