A mere few years ago the Miami craft beer scene was represented by a handful of bars that served little more than Budweiser and Corona to a few thirsty souls.
But change happens and it happens quickly. Miami now has a healthy craft beer scene and a budding home brew movement. Misfits Home-Brewers c ... More >>
Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard
Hard Rock Live, Hollywood
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Better Than: A cold beer, a shot of whiskey, and a good cry.
All the old outlaws are only getting older.
Last night, though, the Red-Headed Stranger and the Okie From Muskogee proved that they might be wizened ge ... More >>
It's a sad state of affairs when Rihanna and Chris Brown are sucking face and playing grab ass inside New York City's Griffin nightclub.
TMZ reports that Breezy and RiRi spent the better part of Monday night and early Tuesday morning "all over each other." The former couple was allegedly spotted ... More >>
Workers of the world, unite!
And while you're at it, would ya mind bringing along some tunes?
You know the old saying: "Whistle while you work."
After the jump, check out Crossfade's top ten songs about grindin', hustlin' and fighting for your right to be properly compensated.
Photo by Ian WitlenPharrell dropped by Basel Castle to hang with The Overthrow.See the full 38-photo Basel Castle 2011 at Overthrow Castle slideshow.
With Pharrell Williams, Yelawolf, Penguin Prison, Caligula, Heroes x Villains, Tamara Sky, and a million others
Saturday, ... More >>
Photo by Ben GuzmanPorky's "Flinstone" Beef Rib is crazy hugeHomestead may have Sonny's BBQ and the Pit, but those places need to make room for a new top dog. Porky's BBQ just opened shop and is is preparing to take the Homestead barbecue throne.Vegetarians, take cover, because at Porky's it's al ... More >>
Danish rockers Volbeat try to squeeze every single kind of rock music -- from American roots to the universal snarl of aggro rock -- into each of its bewildering three- to four-minute compositions.
Metal and punk have been bedfellows for a while now. And punk has definitely found another mo ... More >>
Tyler, the CreatorThe swag-hop absurdists of rap collective Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them are once again being called out for what critics decry as misogyny and homophobia in their lyrics. A few months ago, Sara, from Tegan and Sara, wrote a blog attacking Tyler The Creator, as well as his music ... More >>
Warning: Just five minutes with 74-year-old surf rocker Dick Dale and his infamous Fender Strat could cause spilled Mai Tais, random outbreaks of retro dance moves (e.g. the Swim or Splashin' Round), and lifelong hearing loss.
But that doesn't mean Dick's a brutal dude. In fact, he's basically ... More >>
Jim Wurster is a musician of serious intent.
His earliest efforts with Black Janet bolstered the perception, given that the band's dark designs weren't simply a by-product of their name.
Still, Wurster really came into his own when he went solo and subsequently formed the Atomic Cowboys, taki ... More >>
When they say Miami is a city built of snow, rest assured they aren't talking about the weather. Even pop culture, through movies like Scarface and TV shows like Miami Vice, have helped equate the city to sweet Lady Cocaine. That's reason enough to honor it by listing some of the best cocaine-relate ... 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 >>
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 >>
Neo - honky - tonker Wayne Hancock's nickname is "The Train," and though it may appear convenient to give the native Texan the moniker simply because of the Dr. Seuss-style rhyme one can play with his first name, Hancock has earned an allegiance with perhaps country music's greatest symbol of both h ... More >>