Arcade Fire as the Reflektors Mekka, Miami Wednesday, October 23, 2013 Better Than: Catching your favorite indie-band-made-big in some giant auditorium. Arcade Fire first hit the scene, changing the sound of indie music forever, back in the early 2000s. Musical force Régine Chassagne is a first-g ... More >>
The Axe and The Oak Record Store Day 2010 EP (Self-Released) myspace.com/axeandtheoak For all the moments I have personally felt agonized over this trio's "eternal studio tinkering," I'd like to first apologize for not jumping on this review as soon as I got the disc this past Record Store D ... More >>
From The South Florida Music Scene:Nobuhjest: Self-titled EP (Smooth Lips Records)myspace.com/nobuhjest As cool and casual as it might be to sit here and make and odd and/or end out of the whole post - punk, post - hardcore, post - post - post - whatever debacle, I feel like I've been beat ... More >>
For a while there, I was completely convinced that the young men of the Axe and the Oak would waste away in the studio, eternally tinkering with the production of their forthcoming debut album. And then, I recently got word that the album is, indeed, ready to go! This track, "Dancing on the Grave ... More >>
Leonard CohenIt's the tour those of us younger Leonard Cohen fans -- the ones who discovered his music through the Natural Born Killers soundtrack, covers of "Hallelujah," or when we walked into a tiny used CD store in Gainesville and heard "Take This Waltz" playing -- never thought would happen. ... More >>
Two decades after the severed ear of Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino serves up Hitler's head on a plate.
Or you could just call her the Pie-d Piper.
Tennessee Williams gets walloped in the Design District.
Shaw's war and words come to New Theatre in Saint Joan
The two very different sides
Down-to-earth vocalist Lila Downs is a rising star on the world music scene
Ani DiFranco has grown wiser but remains a warrior
The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc
Not even the embattled State of Israel can hold a candle to this feuding little synagogue in North Bay Village