Since forming in 2004, Austin, Texas,' Black Angels have become the proverbial torchbearers of traditional psychedelia, wringing aural acid trips from the keys of reverb-soaked combo organs and droning sitars for the better part of ten years now. But beyond an impressive discography of its own dru ... More >>
Miami is not exactly Napa. Instead of grape vineyards, we have trees that grow exotic fruits like guava, mango, lychee. So, Peter Schnebly, a longtime grower of tropical fruits, decided to make wine from the produce deemed not "perfect" enough for sale. Wine not from grapes? Sounded ambitious -- and ... More >>
How would you measure your chocolate obsession? Celebrity chef and Food Network Challenge winner Paul Joachim has measured his chocolate love, and it's about nine feet tall. At least that's the height of the life-sized creation he will sculpt live at the Miami Fine Chocolate & Food Show at Pinec ... More >>
Music fans can be really devoted. But it takes a special breed to join a crazy fan cult. And yet, music has exactly that kind of power over some people. It's a fine line between in love and psychopathically obsessed. But whose fans are the freakiest? Who is the government watching? Who might sn ... More >>
Photo by Marta Xochilt PerezGirl Talk (AKA Gregg Gillis) getting wild at the Fillmore.View photos from Girl Talk at the Fillmore Miami Beach here.Girl Talk With Max Tundra Fillmore Miami Beach Thursday, May 19, 2011 Better Than: An impromptu cock-rocking rave in a confetti supply store. Just pa ... More >>
Dan GoldmanIn the graphic novel world, Miami doesn't even exist. Fake cities like Gotham, Metropolis, and Marvel's New York rule the superhero panels. Subculture New York and cities and countries with genocide and disaster are what get the space in indy comics. Miami isn't just mistreated: it's i ... More >>
via TherapyInk.comDead Johnny Cash"It's the story of your life, and the end of it's your death, and every word that's in between is just a waste of breath." - SubhumansTheir rotting, worm ridden flesh fills the air with the stench of death, but we just can't help cracking the casket on our favori ... More >>
Murphy's version of "Instant Karma" is on iTunes now.Peter MurphyWith the Mission VeoRespectable Street Cafe, West Palm BeachWednesday, June 26, 2009Better Than: Being too lazy to make the journey to West Palm.The Review:Peter Murphy's performance at Respectable Street Cafe was, of course, a treat f ... More >>
After a final album together, 2008's Go Away White, Peter Murphy and his former bandmates have finally hammered the last nail in the Bauhaus coffin. But that's actually good news for the group's rabid fans. Its erstwhile frontman is finally comfortable performing these songs on his solo tours, which ... More >>
Holy crap. That was close. For a while there, it seemed as if we were witnessing the return of the Shitphins. With just 4:30 remaining in a game that the Dolphins had been leading in all day, Oakland’s John Lee Higgins ran a Miami punt back 93-yards to pay dirt, giving the Raiders their first ... More >>
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Ron Isley revisits the Burt Bacharach catalog with Here I Am
Caetano Veloso tells the tropical truth
Sweet Jesus addresses a pop icon rather than religious leader at the book fair
YES: The Beatles' widow hopes you will enjoy the show
After September 11, some new songs just don't sound the same
The power-pop life and times of Marshall Crenshaw
When he appeared in Miami last year, jazz pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba ignited a firestorm of controversy. Though he now lives in South Florida, he just wants to play music, not politics.
R.I.P. Michael Kennedy
Leon is still going strong after all these years
Leas Campbell, the man who ruled Miami's rock scene throughout the Seventies, is bringing it all back home in the Nineties