Want to raise hell for Halloween? Negative Approach and the Casualties are coming to Churchill's Pub with their Destruction Campaign Tour: Coming to Ruin Your Town. These are two bands who have inspired more wild, reckless rockin' than Johnny Cash shooting crank with Elvis at a Motörhead show. We ... More >>
Chris Isaak is enjoying some rare down time at home in San Francisco. Not that he's taking it easy. With an album to promote -- a collection of rock 'n' roll standards dubbed Beyond the Sun -- Isaak's engaged in a string of telephone interviews with music journalists. At the moment, however, he's ... More >>
Drop The Lime is the slick-haired, black-clad leader of New York's Trouble & Bass crew, though you might mistake him for a vampire if you saw him on the street. He's been DJing for about a decade. But he's recently hit his stride, creating his own unique sound by incorporating rockabilly and s ... More >>
So, we come to it: the end of all things. Four days of madness, Doritos, Skrillex and finally, St. Patrick's Day. Before we bid SXSW 2012 farewell, allow us to share our favorite moments from SXSW day four. Later, we'll let you know which shows weren't so hot. Find our favorites below, and if there ... More >>
Short Order's Snackdown, our friendly little competition to see which dining neighborhood gets the most love, is heating up. We expected to see comments from readers expressing their choices, including a little point/counterpoint discussion. What we didn't expect was that the fires would come fro ... More >>
Will Oldham, AKA Bonnie Prince Billy.Two musical masterminds, armed with pseudonyms, Will Oldham (AKA Bonnie Prince Billy) and Emmitt Kelly (AKA The Cairo Gang), will bravely head south, past the Florida state line to mercifully provide us with quality shows in our time of desperate musical need. ... More >>
Photo by Camille LambJohnny and Billy Kincaid, five and nine years old, perform classic country songs on Lincoln Road.Myrna Kincaid anxiously shifts her weight from foot to foot, hands clasped under her chin as she monitors Johnny and Billy, her five- and nine-year-old sons, playing together. ... 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 >>
Spearheading much of mainland Miami nightlife's response to the tragedy in Haiti is a man known as the Haitian Hillbilly. Born Alain Maximilien, this hipster redneck (of sorts) not only spent many of his more formative years in the island nation; his father runs Maison des Anges, a 120-child orph ... More >>
photo by Alex RendonBen PrestageThe Dexter Romweber Duo and Ben PrestagePropaganda, Lake WorthFriday, October 9, 2009Better Than: Sharing corn whiskey with a friendThe Review:Last Friday at Propaganda was an evening of sweaty, unabashed musical revival. Both acts on the evening's bill, the Dexter ... More >>
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