Skinny Puppy Shapes for Arms Tour 2014 With Army of the Universe Grand Central, Miami Friday, February 7 Industrial music does not possess a great wealth of heroes. It's a genre that many acts love to borrow from, but rarely ever commit to. However, Skinny Puppy is one group that can be counted ... More >>
Before Marilyn Manson painted a stripe across his face, before Lady Gaga made sex a catchy summer anthem, and before Johnny Depp donned a pirate hat, Adam Ant was Adam Ant. Even today, the influential '80s mad man who once led Adam and the Ants continues to be a source of inspiration to some of th ... More >>
Black Flag flies again. Originally formed in 1976 by guitarist and eventual SST Records boss Greg Ginn, this California hardcore punk crew played hard, fast, and loud for ten years. Then the band broke up for good. Or at least a few decades ... Because Ginn, along with late-'70s lead screamer Ron ... More >>
Given its stellar lineup, we couldn't pass up a shout out to the Novitech Recordings launch party scheduled at the Clevelander on Friday, July 9. The event will be headlined by internationally acclaimed artists Steve Duda and Deepchild. Novitech is a new digital-only label, the brainchild of two ... More >>
Eight years. That's how long Maxwell spent between LPs. And that's about eight times the general shelf life of the average pop star. But as we make clear in this week's feature, Maxwell is not, and has never been, your average pop-star. In fact, he's come off as something enduring and timeless from ... More >>
Skinny Puppy Revolution, Fort LauderdaleFriday, November 27, 2009 Better Than: Hanging out at your local weekly industrial gathering The Review: One of the coolest things about Skinny Puppy is how the act has always been more than just a simple band. Since its inception in 1982, this ... More >>
It's all in the stars.
Spend the holidays happily tied up.
The long, dark days of Amy Lee
Miami DJs Adam Singer and Vitaliy Levin could mix in their pajamas if they wanted to
In: Sasha and Digweed, the Sagamore, public transportation. Out: DJ Irie.
Conference flexes its gene pool
Circ X illustrates a twilight world of suggestive sex and performance art
The Ultra Music Festival is part music, part counterculture, and all business
On any given weekend, CocoWalk teems with a young and racially diverse party crowd
The Subculture that Would Not (Un) Die Lusts for New Blood
What's worth seeing at the tenth-anniversary Vans Warped tour? Here are a few suggestions
Saeed & Palash may flirt with alternatives in the studio, but when they hit the decks it's all about the dance floor
Bogdan Raczynski blew up Ibiza. Now he's ready to do damage in Miami.
Behold the awesome power of Danzig
Curd Duca versus percussionitis
A former Mary My Hoper draws on the past for his musical future
Three decades after Anthony Dominick Benedetto left his heart in San Francisco, a new generation gets hipped
Teach your children well and accept that Heaven is Hell
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