After wildin' out to the brutal, punk-y, funky, bass-y, fuzzy strains of only ten Best Miami Bands of All Time (i.e. Scraping Teeth, Frank Williams & The Rocketeers, Iko Iko, ANR, Miami Bass Warriors and Nuclear Valdez, The Goods, Locos Por Juana, Cynic, Avenue D), our ears are already freakin' ... More >>
There are some people who will be active and visible on the Miami punk scene until they are old and grey. One example: Punk crew the Can't Stand Ya's is made up of Churchill's lifers.
Frontman Joe Obnoxious was co-leader for ex-Lookout Records artists the Basicks. Drummer Todd Slimak has been ... More >>
I must preface this by stating parts of my personal involvement with this band and its members.
Almost a decade ago -- or was it more? -- I was asked by these guys to book a show for them. They were friends and in certain regards ... More >>
The Crumbs have been one of my favorite local outfits since the early '90s. The amount of stories, beers and down-right bizarre situations that I have shared with these guys over the years are too many to fit into these digital pages, b ... More >>
At Insubordination Fest '08It makes me really happy and sad that a new Crumbs album (Gator Kicks) will be coming out at the end of this month. Happy because I've been a fan for a very long time and sad because it might very well be the last effort by these long-running punkers. Oh well, at least ... More >>
The Crumbs were once signed to Lookout! Records. They toured the country and wrote great songs that made the kids sing along. But times have changed. Johnny B moved on. Chuck Loose went back to his office. Emil 4 ½ isn't doing it anymore. But the Crumbs are still pretty damn great. They ... More >>