Don't even try to pinpoint down Kenneth James Gibson. The chameleonic Los Angeles-based musician and producer has basically waged war against categorization over the past two decades. And he changes monikers just as often as he changes his sound.
In the '90s it was noise pop as the Furry Things. Th ... More >>
In anticipation of the upcoming Best of Miami issue hitting newsstands June 16, here is a sneak peek at one category and its winner.Best Live Music VenueGrand Central697 N. Miami Ave.Miami 33136305-377-2277grandcentralmiami.com
Photo by Christine BorgesJavelinWith EntresolThe Awarehouse, MiamiSaturday, November 13, 2010Better than: Playing Skip-It while having 1980s cartoon flashbacks.OK, so there were a lot of shows to see last night. Between Vivian Girls, Social Distortion, Paul Oakenfold, Miami Film Festival, the Art ... More >>
Nitzer Ebb's Jason Payne, Bon Harris, and Douglas McCarthy.Last month, we announced that British industrial act Nitzer Ebb was stopping in Miami November 13 for a rare concert appearance. At the time, ticket prices hadn't been announced, but they are now available for $20 via Flavorus.As a primer ... More >>
Glass Candy: Ida No and Johnny Jewel.Last time Italo-disco duo Glass Candy played live at the Vagabond, it was almost a year ago to a sell-out crowd. It's odd, really ... The pair has scored cult status in a city that's rarely passionate about anything.
But how can you not be mesmeriz ... More >>
It's every '90s goth dream come true! English industrial trio Nitzer Ebb is coming to Miami. Unfortunately, we were just a glimmer in our daddy's eye back when the band formed, but their tour archive says the last time they were in South Florida was '92 at Hallandale Beach's Button South. (Here's ... More >>