Squeal, noise junkies! The transcendent din of INC 2014 is almost upon us. Soon, there will be sabotaged guitars buzzing in the toilet, a sextet of howling amps getting kicked around the mosh pit, and maybe even obsolete electronics in flames. But as any International Noise Conference vet will g ... More >>
The NFL's free-agency period begins this Tuesday, March 12, and your Miami Dolphins -- with about $36 million in cap space -- are poised for one of the biggest offseasons in franchise history. Naturally, there's a good chance they'll fuck it up, but here are the five free agents the Dolphins should ... More >>
Though, the NCAA still has not delivered the official notice of allegations to the University of Miami, several details have started to leak out.Frank Haith, the former men's basketball coach who is now at the Missouri, in particular is said to be charged with "unethical conduct and failure to promo ... More >>
Chan Marshall, AKA Cat Power, has been rather unstable lately. When she came through town on her most recent tour, Cat had a full-on meltdown and it just made us feel really awkward watching her. Then she did that all over the country, releasing letters to us about how mean we are to judge her and ... More >>
You'd think the Florida Department of Education has more important things to worry about like the FCAT debacle. Instead, state education officials are working hard, wasting taxpayer money, to make sure Luther Campbell -- former 2 Live Crew front man and current New Times columnist -- doesn't get to ... More >>
Miami's had a tough football year, and that's putting it nicely. But it's about to get even worse, when the city's droves of New York and New Jersey transplants take to the streets, the bars, and Sun Life Stadium clad in green to support the Jets in the last game of the regular season. On New Yea ... More >>
By Carlos AcostaAndrew Zimmern at Cobaya AzulI have to thank Bizarre Food's Andrew Zimmern for making it to Miami. I'd originally dropped a grapevine hint that he'd soon be in town only because I recently noticed his Twitter conversation with Chef Geoffrey Zakarian about visiting Tudor House.But ... More >>
Photo by Lex HernandezSleigh Bells' Alexis Krauss.View photos from Sleigh Bells at Grand Central here.Sleigh BellsSaturday, April 30, 2011Grand Central, MiamiBetter than: Playing cowboys and Indians.Yeah, 45 minutes is a pretty short set. But you can't blame noise-pop duo Sleigh Bells for the qui ... More >>
Photo by Marta Xochilt PerezMetric's Emily Haines.See the full Metric at Art Loves Music slideshow.Oceanfront Pavilion at Collins Park Wednesday, December 1, 2010 Better than: A trip to the beach during daylight. The sun is severely overrated. Sure, we all need our Vitamin D. But the after-dark ... More >>
Photo byPerry Farrell and wife-slash-musical-collaborator Etty.It's not like Perry Farrell needs a hobby. He's already got several part-time jobs: rock hero, Lollapalooza boss, social activist, E! reality star, and expert wearer of very glam gear. Somehow, though, Farrell's cleared a corner of ... More >>
Marta Xochilt Perez Anthrax's Joey Belladonna salutes Satan.See the full Anthrax, Megadeth, and Slayer slideshow. The Jagermeister Music Tour With Anthrax, Megadeth, and Slayer Sunday, October 3, 2010 Bayfront Park Amphitheater, Miami Better Than: Watching the admittedly great current Su ... More >>
A number of rootsy rock bands from throughout Florida have banded together to carpool through the state, dubbing their rolling musical caravan the Citrus Circuit tour. It lands tonight in Miami at Tobacco Road, and Saturday at Propaganda; click here to read more about it.New Times recently spoke wit ... More >>
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