If there is one act that rarely disappoints, it's Simian Mobile Disco. We've caught the duo so many times live that we've started to lose count. From a cavernous light show at the now-defunct Studio A to an odd New Year's Eve booking at the Shore Club, what stays consistent is James Ford and Jas ... More >>
If you've only ever heard debut album Attack Decay Sustain Release, you might think otherwise. But Simian Mobile Disco was never just a killer indie-dance crew.
Sophomore record Temporary Pleasure had its fair share thudding, tech-y moments, not the least on sparkling, climactic "10,000 Horses ... More >>
By the mid 2000s, Simian Mobile Disco was among the leaders of the indie-dance crossover pack. Its in-your-face, heavily vocal pump-ups were largely responsible for getting rock kids out on the floor again, thanks to the infectious sass of monster tracks such as "Hustler," off 2007 debut Attack D ... More >>
photo via the Windish AgencySimian Mobile DiscoWe love the trend Kanye started with his G.O.O.D. Fridays series of MP3s that led up to the release of his last album. Ever the maddeningly savvy businessman, Yeezy proved that free music -- executed well and released with careful marketing -- is an ... More >>
The Arctic Monkeys, with bassist Turner second from right.Thursday's show at the Fillmore marks the Arctic Monkeys' first performance in Miami Beach, but the Sheffield, England rockers already count a famous local resident as an unlikely fan: Diddy. About this time last year, the band was in New ... More >>
Vacation is over, South Florida. After two weeks of back-to-back long weekends, we are finally returning to our same ol' routine for a while at least. In case you were elsewhere visiting ungrateful relatives, here is what you missed over the weekend:Phish at American Airlines ArenaPhoto by Ben Thack ... More >>