Trey Anastasio says: "Langerado effing rocks!"It's been almost three months since Crossfade got word that Langerado was being resurrected for the 2011 music festival season. Straight away, the organizers made it clear that the fest's lineup wouldn't be announced till June 1. And while that anno ... More >>
The duo comes to town on the Honda Civic Tour September 4.
photo by Chrissy PiperSince 2006, Josh Young and Curt Cameruci have been making crowds dance their asses off from coast to coast, as well as overseas. As Flosstradamus, they've given the remix treatment to huge indie acts such as Matt & Kim and Mates of State. Meanwhile, their own origin ... More >>
It feels like only yesterday when Jacksonville locals Black Kids released their first single "I'm not going to teach your boyfriend how to dance with you" in April of '08. Since then, their debut album, Partie Traumatic, has reached worldwide acclaim, landing them the #5 spot of UK Album charts t ... More >>
The State Of The Live Studio Sessions EP (self-released) thestateofmusic.com Drummer Nabedi Osorio and vocalist/keyboard Steph Taylor have become local favorites with their work as the State Of. Both play well, and share an excellent chemistry that, though it's kind of journalistically douchey t ... More >>
The long-standing local shindig went down at White Room.
Sung to the tune of "Jack and Diane": "A little ditty about Matt and Kim/Two American kids making music in Brooklyn/Matt plays keys, sings snotty and cute/Kim bashes out drumbeats and sings a bit, too/Oh yeah, life goes on/Long after the hype of their debut is gone/Oh, yeah, life goes on/Matt and Ki ... More >>
Crossfade reported recently that Palm Beach County festival staple SunFest had announced the first phase of its lineup, and that among the major acts was the improbably long-lived 311. The Omaha reggae-hip-hop-whatever act headlines the first night of the festival, the "new music" night, on Wednesda ... More >>
Re-Arrange Us (Barsuk)
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Your Move self-released