Music is what makes the world go 'round. And when you have jazzy tunes by bebop legend Ira Sullivan, soulful brass from the New Orleans Soul Rebels, and EDM from beat masters DJ Craze and Kill the Noise, music is what makes the work week fly by. Here are the five best concerts going down in the Ma ... More >>
It's a dark night in California and Fishbone bass player Norwood Fisher's forearms strain as he applies a vicious chokehold to the throat of childhood friend and bandmate Kendall Jones, whose eyes bulge from their sockets. He's nearly unconscious from the lack of oxygen to his brain. Still, Kendal ... More >>
Lots of successful people have degrees from the University of Miami. Everyone from Gloria Estefan to, like, 10 percent of the NFL. But some of the school's most famous former students never graduated -- either opting to transfer or quit college altogether. Current UM kids, don't take this as inspira ... More >>
That way to Suckville!Festivals are sort of the Costco of live music. Take, for example, the upcoming 2012 edition of Coachella. If you purchased individual concert tickets for every artist on the lineup, the cost would far exceed the festival's more-or-less $400 fee. But when you visit Costco t ... More >>
Blink 182's Travis Barker defies death. Rock 'n' roll makes ordinary men and women immortal. Almost. They're regular people who were born unfamous and will someday die, just like us. But because they're awesome at playing the guitar or howling into a mike (you know, rocking), they become the ce ... More >>
Photo by Marta Xochilt PerezThe neo-raver, grandchild of the hippies.The Honeymoon Series begins this Saturday with Datsik, continuing with Zeds Dead May 5 and Borgore June 17. Back in the LSD-soaked '60s, a big boxy San Francisco building named the Fillmore Auditorium was routinely overrun by l ... More >>
Drug Czars S/T EP (Destroy Records) myspace.com/drugczars For those who came of age on this scene during the '90s, the Drug Czars were a happy medium between South Florida's excellent punk rock past and the then-current state of affairs. The band represented the lore of the '70s and '80s with ... More >>
Photo courtesy of Barney'sIt seems like anyone with any sort of vocal ability is launching some sort of clothing line lately (hello, Madonna). But Iggy Pop's new designer/clothing collaboration, of course, hits closer to home.He's teamed up with Barney's and Archive 1887 tees for a line of Iggy-f ... More >>
The band with the most disgusting name in all of music, Hot Tuna, is coming to stink up Revolution with Old School Freight Train on August 29. Now before you even have to ask, Hot Tuna is not disgusting because of the not so subtle innuendo it may conjure. It's disgusting because just the thought of ... More >>
Six students in Carol City High's tragic class of 2006 were murdered. Hope survives.
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Flying Canyon (Soft Abuse)
A Jumping Jack Flash quiz
Practice that walk down the aisle in the ones at Publix
Except you would have no clue that it is not 2002
The music industry says online piracy's killing the biz. A UTD prof says it ain't.
Fred Neil may find fame now that he's in a better place
Forget crossover: Selling a Colombian rock band in the United States is a mission for the custodians of culture -- or a very powerful magician
MC5: Gun-toting revolutionaries say the darndest things
Even the Love Generation had its festival of hate
Boukman Eksperyans doin' that vodou they do so well
The late Skip Spence finally receives some attention
To the chagrin of horse-racing fans, Gulfstream Park has become South Florida's leading classic-rock venue
Twenty years after, the Tuna's still hot and Jorma Kaukonen's still stringing along