The 305 helped invent modern dance music. In the late 1970s, Henry Stone's TK Records, headquartered in Hialeah, pumped out disco hit after disco hit from KC and the Sunshine Band, even introducing the word booty into the pop lexicon. Today, Miami party music is still making asses shake. And the ... More >>
You've probably never heard of of the Massachusetts trio Mindwalk Blvd. But, if like the rest of the world, you spend way too much of your cubicle time over at YouTube, you may have already seen one third of the band. Three years ago, the mother of drummer Tyler Hudson uploaded a montage of old home ... More >>
Dillinger Escape Plan are sort of like a band of vikings, blazing through a town in a maelstrom of chaos that leave the feeble shivering in a puddle of their own secretions. Think noise, destruction, flames -- literally, frontman Greg Puciato has been known to shoot fireballs from the stage between ... More >>
That1Guy Thursday November 15th 2007 Dada, Delray Beach Better Than: Emmet Otterâ€™s Jug Band Christmas The Review: I had no idea what to expect out of this performance. It turns out that nothing really could have prepared me for what was about to happen. It started out with That1Guy bringing in 3 ... More >>
Once pop culture's most notorious scapegoat, Slayer's Tom Araya talks spirituality, farming, and Paul Simon
DVD releases for the week of July 5, 2006
Crime and Dissonance (Ipecac)
This year, blood-soaked extreme metal took its rightful place in the world of heavy music.
IDM's number one sound killer, Kid 606, loves to muck up the place
Miss Machine Relapse
Panda Park (Southern)
Ectopia (Ipecac Recordings)
I entered the Rolling Stone Rock & Roll Bowl on a whim. How'd I do? Just call me Johnny Ca$h.