Panic! at the Disco With the Colourist and Junior Prom Fillmore Miami Beach Saturday, February 8, 2014 Over the weekend, Panic! at the Disco returned to South Florida with its Too Weird tour. And triumphantly, the Vegas outfit played for a sold-out crowd at the Fillmore Miami Beach. Let's just st ... More >>
Car horns frantically beeping during rush hour, neighbors yelling greeting each other at 8 a.m. on a Sunday, and hits of uhntz-uhntz blasting from the strip of clubs that line Washington Avenue till the wee hours of the night. That's the distinct sound of Miami. But every now and then, we get to he ... More >>
For a generation of listeners who grew up with the sounds of the American rock scene in the 2000s, the name Panic! at the Disco is all too familiar. Forming in 2004, this Las Vegas band released its debut album, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out, just a year later. And within another year's time, the gr ... More >>
Every hipster millennial had their Killers moment. These kids vehemently yelled "Mr. Brightside" in the shower, and then on the bus to school (since it was 2004, and Discmans were still in), they packed an extra set of Duracells for a habitual Hot Fuss morning sesh. Over the years though, overwe ... More >>
Odd Future had to cut their May 16 Detroit show short when "some asshole decided to continue to throw GLASS BOTTLES [sic] on stage." The incident happened shortly after the "I'm opening a church to sell coke and Led Zeppelin" line from Tyler the Creator's Bastard track, "French." Not surpr ... More >>
via Flickr user Dark BotxyPlenty to hear in Broward and Palm Beach this weekend, no matter what you're into. If you're in the mood to see an iconic punk band, The Misfits are playing Culture Room tonight. Sure they're minus Danzig, but Jerry Only is still around to blast out the horror punk. If y ... More >>
via Flickr user Chad DavisNo matter how hard the members of Chevelle try, they won't be able to run away from certain parts of their past or comparisons to other bands. Face it, when you sign with a Christian Rock label and have your first album distributed through Christian book stores, you're g ... More >>
via Flickr user AlvinasheridanLet's hope this blog post doesn't ruin anything for :30 Seconds to Mars fans. It's been said that if venues used the fact Hollywood dream-boat Jared Leto heads this band, he'll flat out refuse to play the show. I guess we're safe since we're clearly not the venue pro ... More >>
via Flickr user JalapenoThe first couple times I heard Metric, I couldn't stand the singer's voice. Bands with female lead singers who have airy, over processed voices are becoming grating to me, a guy who grew up using Riot Grrl bands as my measuring stick for female vocal performances. Then I h ... More >>
via Flickr user ZanastardustOur Lady Peace is probably the most underrated band playing the Buzz Bake Sale tomorrow. Yeah, they've sold over five million albums, enjoyed relative success in the late '90s, and are revered in their homeland (notch another one for Canada). But aside from their flash ... More >>
via Flickr user NRK P3Panic At the Disco is a very different band from Panic! At the Disco. Back when they had the extra punctuation, they also sported a more dark(ish), electronic, and keyboard laden sound. Once they dropped the !, they also decided to start sounding much more like the Jon ... More >>
via Flickr user ChrontourageSeeing a Hasidic Jewish man on stage free styling and beat boxing between his hardcore reggae songs might seem off-putting at first but it shouldn't. All that's happening lyrically is reggae's traditional Rastafarian religious views being replaced by Jewish teachings, ... More >>
Emo, screamo, post-punk, pop punk, alt-rock, post-hardcore, call it whatever the hell you want--attempting to keep track of the subgenrefication of moody rock bands in eyeliner is practically impossible. But we can all still agree on good music versus bad music, and The Used most definitely falls un ... More >>
With a loud and raucous sound zigzagging over the lines of alt rock, rock n' roll and punk like a driver 14 shots of Jack deep, Cage the Elephant have been rattling the bars of that pen plenty. The quintet out of Kentucky blurs the lines of what their sound is. Guitars shift from dusty, twangy, jang ... More >>
Borrowing an opening bit from Coffee Talk with Linda Richman, Manchester Orchestra is neither from Manchester, nor a real orchestra. Okay, talk amongst yourselves. They're actually a five-piece rock band from Atlanta, who just released their second album. And they kick serious ass. Their debut, I'm ... More >>
via Flickr user beana_cheese103.1, The Buzz has announced the lineup of their 14th annual Buzz Bake Sale 2009, which is slated to take place at Cruzan Amphitheater on December 5. This twelve hour music festival is taking place over three stages starting at 10 am. Tickets, which run $20 for lawn t ... More >>
Jacobs Ladder is almost at the end of their national tour. Click here and here to read past installments of the band's tour diary -- and to hear their music, check out their MySpace page. These installments were penned by the band's bassist, Sammy Gonzalez.Wednesday, September 2: General Thoughts ... More >>
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