A media titan who made billions buying up everything from Graceland to American Idol, is poised to become the Tsar of Miami Beach nightlife. New York businessman Robert F. X. Sillerman has made a significant investment in the Opium Group -- owners of Mansion, Set, Mokai, Cameo, and Opium at the Sem ... More >>
Cults were one of indie music's biggest breakout acts of 2011, landing on several Best of 2011 lists and cementing their spot among the blogosphere's buzz-worthiest bands. But what's an indie-pop group to do between albums? Sing holiday songs on children's television. Our internet friends over ... More >>
We don't have enough live music in Miami. We just don't. So when a band like Stokeswood decides to make its second home in the Magic City, we get a little giddy. Originally from Georgia, the electro-acoustic band will be playing at The Stage this Saturday as part of Soul Fest. Tingling with e ... More >>
A group of witches gathered in a Cleveland radio station yesterday with a voodoo doll, some pig bones, a pentagram and a fake human skull to perform a ritual to curse the Heat's LeBron James. This might explain the Heat's opening night loss to the Celtics. It might explain why the Heat played so ... More >>
Don't be fooled by her debut album title.
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Once pop culture's most notorious scapegoat, Slayer's Tom Araya talks spirituality, farming, and Paul Simon
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Cabaret examines contemporary romance
Primal instincts re-examined
After September 11, some new songs just don't sound the same
New music meets West African tradition in the collaboration between Philip Glass and Foday Musa Suso
Raul Midon comes back swingin'
On the set with Miami's hip-hop big shot
Nick Drake's sad legacy lives on through Damien Jurado
From the issue of September 21, 2000
Pepe Alva packs his bags for fame and respect in Mexico
Brazil's enchanting songstress Virginia Rodrigues
The latest from Ruben Blades
Repeatedly sideswiped by fame, singer-songwriter Dennis Britt braces for one last lunge at the big time
Building bridges from foreign cultures to the U.S. marketplace
Hey! That song there is about gay people!
And the winner by a landslide is...
Pettis brings his voice, guitar, harmonica, and a big paradox
Charity begins at Homestead
Everybody's talking about Stephen. Just remember, this ain't New York, pal.