Nouvelle Vague Presented by the Rhythm Foundation Grand Central, Miami Friday, November 2, 2012 Better Than: Watching a punk and/or new wave band cover Bossa Nova standards. When French musicians Marc Collin and Olivier Libaux sat down and drew the blueprint for Nouvelle Vague, we bet they had a " ... More >>
Elastic Bond returns to our ears with the deliciously danceable "Frecuencia Natural" ("Natural Frequency"). Though sung in Spanish by the always alluring and inviting Sofy Encanto, this track certainly carries their signature Latin rhythm and groove, but the spacey touches of electronica and ... More >>
I could praise Liset Alea's talent forever. But until you listen to this songbird for yourself (or better yet, hear her live), you won't really understand. This Cuban-born beauty has picked up a thing or two traversing the globe, from New York to Miami, Cuba to Costa Rica, and all over Europe. A ... More >>
via @loveonedoveOver here at Crossfade, when we're home alone, chained to our computers and wasting away from lack of food, booze, and human company, we like to live vicariously through Twitter. (It's also good for checking when to actually pay attention to some long, boring crap like the Grammys ... More >>
Fans of Rhythm Foundation's concert series regularly chock full of tasty selections of world music will be pleased to hear that the non-profit org that this year alone brought Zizek, Ximena Sariñana, Aterciopelados, Curumin and Cucu Diamantes to our fair shores has just released the first bits o ... More >>
Moving Units is a weekly column on Crossfade tracking the best-selling albums at South Florida independent record stores. Top 5 Albums for the week of October 25 - 31Seattle-based indie artist Brandi Carlile topped Uncle Sam's charts this week with her newest release, "Give Up The Ghost".Uncle ... More >>
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