No more art, please! Our eyes have had enough. Really! Between the fairs, we were tempted to take naps in the car. But thankfully everything is back to normal and we can look back at the art orgy that is Art Basel Miami Beach and the satellite fairs. Yes, now it's time to assess the good, the bad, a ... More >>
Matt & KimNodzz and Matt & KimThe Converse/Kill Your Idols space at the Marcy Building, the Design District, MiamiThe Gossip After DarkO.H.W.O.W., MiamiThursday, Dec. 4Better Than: Anything else you could have been doing for free, without a guest list hassle, last night.The Review:Well, as ... More >>
A day-by-day breakdown of the best shows.
The last of the Art Basel week shows at the Kill Your Idols space kicks off with a set from Brooklyn-based Pink Reason, currently a trio but really the brainchild of Kevin Failure, the band's frontman. It sounds a little like Joy Division or another post-punk act put through a shredder, churned in a ... More >>
The elusive Seattle/Olympia hardcore-ish band is cult-famous for its refusal to make a web site or even properly record and distribute its music. The Pittsburgh foursome Caustic Christ has toured with similarly deliciously named bands like Municipal Waste -- 'nuff said. Meanwhile, the songs on Ann ... More >>
Reigning Sound The party continues at the Kill Your Idols space on Friday, December 5, first with Hex Dispensers, an Austin quartet who overdosed on the Ramones, but not so much the Beach Boys (it's a good thing ). Brutal Knights hail from the much colder climes of Toronto, and title their fun di ... More >>
Matt and KimSome of the best music presented this week comes courtesy of the ongoing Converse-sponsored Kill Your Idols event in the Design District. An ode to current movers and shakers keeping the original punk spirit alive (albeit in mutated, advanced forms), the space features a photo exhibit b ... More >>