Alright, so all of that Winter Music Conference, Miami Music Week, and Ultra Music Conference madness left you with nothing but a giant hole in your pocket. To help you recover your wallet, we've provided you with some of Miami's best things to do this weekend that won't cost you more than a Hamilt ... More >>
Segafredo L'Originale, located inside the Colony Theatre on Lincoln Road, has been keeping a secret. Well, not a secret exactly, but it hasn't been boasting its complimentary happy hour aperitivo buffet, suspecting that word of mouth would eventually out it. Weekdays from 6 to 8 p.m., South Beach ... More >>
Whose ears are ready for some nostalgic noms? Starting tonight, The Garret at Grand Central will be serving up a heaping hot monthly portion of bass and funk, spruced up to perfection with some Latin spices. It's going to be muy picante. It's going to be Sabrosura! The new party from Poplife kicks ... More >>
Pretty Lights With 12th Planet, Sounduo and SuperVision Fillmore Miami Beach Tuesday, October 2, 2012 Better Than: Pretty Lights has ever been. The man known as Pretty Lights puts on one hell of a show. He's really gotta bring it with that kinda name. And he definitely lives up to the hype. The F ... More >>
Face it ... We're a society obsessed with celebrity wealth. Whether it's the 20 Richest Rappers, Ten Richest DJs, Eight Richest Musicians in their Teens and 20s, or the Five Richest Celebs in the Music Business, you can count on Crossfade to narrow down the ridiculously long, arbitrary lists publi ... More >>
All Jordan Berean wanted was to get her glow on. The pretty brunette was worn out after her sophomore year at an interior design school in New Jersey. So when she and some friends arrived at the Howard Johnson Hotel in Miami Beach in July 2010, she went straight to the health club downstairs.It labe ... More >>
Even after 27 years, four albums, and a few line-up changes, Jane's Addiction is holding on strong. In fact, Perry Farrell and company's latest album, The Great Escape Artist, made it to the third spot on Billboard rock chart. So rather than kick the habit in 2012, these '90s alt-rock gods are k ... More >>
Photo by Chad BondLittle Beard With North & South and Plains Grand Central Friday, August 12, 2011 Better Than: Spending another Friday night watching TiVo-ed episodes of "So You Think You Can Dance" with my cat. Going into Grand Central is a confusing, disorienting experience. On the one ... More >>
We've talked non-stop about Sweatstock 2011 and all the bands playing tomorrow. But let's not forget, the reason Sweat Records is throwing this whole shindig is in celebration of Record Store Day -- and the store's anniversary.What's Record Store Day? In 2007, it started as a way to get people to ... More >>
Hardcore historian Steven Blush.It's hard to believe that three decades have slipped past since the birth of hardcore punk. And it's even harder to believe that legends like Black Flag and Minor Threat haven't let loose a loud fast riff in 25 years. But that's the truth ... Hardcore is history. ... More >>
Anka on top, Valli belowA few years ago, the world of every Gen X-er and quasi-'90s kid was unpleasantly rocked when 68-year-old teenager Paul Anka decided it was a good idea to cover Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit." Sure, it's easy to see where this smarmy, crooner take on grunge was suppose ... More >>
The Microdots at The BubbleShows this weekend by local artists, or concerts that are otherwise under-the-radar in Broward and Palm Beach. Friday:Grammy nominee Brian Stoltz, of Neville Brothers, Funky Meters, and Porter Batiste Stoltz fame, will make his way through South Florida this weekend, begin ... More >>
Cat PowerMonday, July 13, 2009Culture Room, Fort Lauderdale Better Than: Seeing Chan Marshall break down. The Review: In the '90s, there was a lo-fi revival that positioned itself against what it saw as the pseudo-sensitivity of commercially-successful alternative rock in bands li ... More >>
Miami natives Erik Slemon and Matt Gardner first started making music together more than a decade ago, when they were still apple-cheeked students at Coral Gables High and Columbus, respectively. Perhaps those early attempts were humble -- "We played, like, Nirvana covers at a couple of house partie ... More >>
via myspace.com/diallosharifWhen New Times first caught up with DJ D-Up, the DC native was bringing his no holds barred "party music" to The Rose Bar at South Beach's infamous Delano each and every Saturday night. He also was swooping into the continually cool Mokai once a month or so.Fast forward h ... More >>
Dwayne Nelson The Hip-Hop Live Tour Featuring: B.O.B., David Banner, Talib Kweli Thursday, October 16, 2008 Revolution, Fort Lauderdale Better than: MP3s, CD's and DAT Machines Last night's hip-hop buffet at Revolution offered fans a lot of quality "elements" to enjoy. There was b-boying, beatbox ... More >>
Mudhoney keeps it dirty in '08.
Antidote party, featuring Bassnectar and the Freestylers Circa 28, Miami Sunday, March 30 Better than: A ripe, juicy peach on a hot summer afternoon while your boombox spills the top 40. A good amount of closing joints were poppin’ off Sunday night to see the close of WMC ’08, but downtown ha ... More >>
Don't fret. Guitar Hero II kills the opening act.
Sol shines as an alternative musician who happens to be female
In a digital world, recording studios have become technological dinosaurs
At the M3 music conference it was that audacious crossbreed The Grey Album
I Am Trying to Break Your Heart is good pop fun
Viaje Infinito "Maverick Musica"
Marginalia wears well on Sonic Youth
Pioneers Who Got Scalped: The Anthology (Warner Archives/Rhino)
The Truth About Parrilladas
Moby introduces Bessie Smith to electronica
Floridian jazz heads for the outside
WVUM's signal boost is pumping up the power of Miami's finest college radio station -- and the internal complaints are getting louder along with it
Pettis brings his voice, guitar, harmonica, and a big paradox
They're tough. They're rowdy. And they're on the way up. They're L7.