It's Tuesday err'body. And that means we're one day closer to Friday.
Luckily, you don't have to wait four, long, dreadful days to party like it's the weekend. There are plenty of concerts going down all week, from goth rock to metal to hip-hop.
Just check the cut for Crossfade's five best concert ... More >>
Hip-hop is 40 and a celebration's in order. So KRS-One is touring the nation, bringing real hip-hop back to where it belongs -- the streets.
"The revolution will not be televised," the MC recently told allhiphop.com. "You keep looking for real hip-hop on these bullshit stations. You're not going t ... More >>
Those darn Kitsuné kids are always trying to turn you on to new music. And wouldn't you know it, they have a knack for picking out real talent.
Last November, the Parisian electro label brought Oliver and the Twelves to Grand Central for their 10th Anniversary Club Tour. And even though 11 isn't ... More >>
How did the Stage suddenly become the best rap club in downtown Miami?
Over the next month, this two-and-a-half-year-old Design District bunker that's built its rep on roots, rock, and reggae will serve as the staging place for classic-era shows by former LOX member Styles P, booty bass pioneer Unc ... More >>
Underground R&B sensation and Odd Future fellow Frank Ocean is catching some static from the Eagles' Don Henley.
The singer isn't feeling Ocean's "American Wedding," which samples the old classic "Hotel California." Henley threatened
to sue Ocean if he performs it again, and now the performa ... More >>
The annual Flashback Night has revived classic Caribbean sounds in South Florida for the past five years.
After a packed edition last year at Cafe Iguana Pines, the event returns this year even bigger and better at Revolution in downtown Fort Lauderdale. The guest performer of honor, as well, i ... More >>
By now, Jazid regulars might be well versed in the lyrical style of Ephniko.
The Barranquilla-born emcee has been banging out shows in the cozy SoBe spot since his steady stint as part of the International Thursdays Hip-Hop Latino night, which you might recall from last year.
This Saturday, h ... More >>
A couple of months ago, Sweat Records booked L.A. punk rock duo No Age. I knew they're vegan, so I made sure we were stocked with an array of sumptuous goodies to feed them. After their insanely high-energy show, the fact that they could replenish with local songstress Raffa's vegan chili nearly ... More >>
Two weeks ago, Crossfade video master Jacob Katel and I dropped in on the last day of the second annual P.A.T.H. hip-hop summer camp run by Brimstone127 and Amit Regev. The week-long workshop was held down the street from the Miami New Times offices, at the Miami Light Project. was like a consciou ... More >>
Yellowmanwith Spred the DubRespectable Street Cafe, West Palm BeachSaturday, June 27, 2009Better Than: Discovering sticky hydroponically grown sensimilla in your backyard.The Review:Deep rub-a-dubbing reggae in legendary West Palm Beach rock haunt Respectable Street? Why not? After all, "King" Yello ... More >>
via www.krsone.orgKRS-One's been no stranger to South Florida, playing a couple of gigs at Miami's now-defunct Studio A over the past couple of years. He's coming back, but this time a little further north, to City Limits in Delray Beach. The show presents something of a musical (although perhaps no ... More >>
Courtesy of the Opium GroupIt's been just over 20 years since a one-eyed rapper from the unlikely London neighborhood of South Wimbledon released what would become one of the most pivotal hip-hip albums of all-time. Entitled The Adventures of Slick Rick and featuring the cautionary "A Children's Sto ... More >>