If electronic music can be called music's final frontier -- the veritable cutting edge of sonic innovation -- then it's artists like Move D (AKA David Moufang) who are its true trailblazers. If the German production veteran is still relatively obscure (as far as mainstream EDM hype goes), it's only ... More >>
Yesterday was one hell of a washout. And Saturday, there was more humidity than we thought was physically possible. So, basically, what we're trying to say is we can't wait for fall to arrive so we can at least enjoy, like, two "cold fronts" and wear boots or something. #MiamiProblems Unfortunately ... More >>
When you're living on a budget, weekends can get, well, complicated. You wanna party with your (better-off) friends at one of SoBe's star-studded nightclubs, but there's one minor detail standing in the way ... You're broke. Before you start making plans to watch weird cult movies all night while ... More >>
It's a fine line between pure genius and utter insanity. Many musicians have made a career out of toeing that line. Or, uh, totally jumping it and never looking back. As it turns out, May is Mental Health Awareness Month. And since batshit crazy people don't care what month it actually is, neither ... More >>
Yes, disco follows a formula. But Belgian-Italian producer Aeroplane (AKA Vito De Luca) isn't thinking small when it comes to the genre. He's not even concerned with floor fillers. In fact, he's aiming for nothing short of cosmic disco rapture, taking his cues from the '70s prog rock giants lik ... More >>
If you're old enough to remember vinyl LPs, then you know that album design used to be an art unto itself. Who doesn't fondly remember rolling a fatty across the face of iconic sleeves such as the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band or Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon? But toda ... More >>
You might well be one of a large constituency who's already had in reserve your tickets to one of Roger Water's two shows this November 13 and 14 at the BankAtlantic Center for a few months now. Hell, you might be one of those who's diligently procured some sort of psychedelic, be it a bag of 'sh ... More >>
To read past installments of South Florida According to Brooklyn, click here. Last Sunday I went to the Cinema Paradiso record swap that was put on by Mark Pollack of New Art School. Three local bands played: the first was No Class Action, the second was Band Number 12, and the third was the Shakers ... More >>
Twenty one years is a hell of a long time to be playing music, much less to be playing someone else's music, but The Machine is doing just that. They've been hailed as the best Pink Floyd tribute band by numerous people, and Spin.com claims they sound "exactly like Pink Floyd". That's some high prai ... More >>
Why don't local police departments tell us what they're really all about?
Nearly every police department has some warm and friendly motto that adorns the sides of its cruisers -- you know, something like "Courtesy, Professionalism, and Respect."Unfortunately, about the only time you'll notice one of these slogans is when your nose is pressed up against it -- while a burnt ... More >>
Dar Williams isn't exactly a household name ... yet. All that might be about to change, as she's recently tapped Grammy nominated producer Brad Wood (think Liz Phair, Pete Yorn, and Ben Lee) and Greg Leisz (who's played with Wilco and Robert Plant) to help write her latest album, Promised Land. The ... More >>
Hardcore Pink Floyd fans are exactly that -- deeply, sometimes scarily knowledgeable about their favorite band, and sticklers for accuracy and respect in reproducing its music. And from a show that is at all Pink Floyd-related, these folks demand a show. The true Floyd experience, after all, is abou ... More >>
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Not just a cover band, the Machine is the Pink Floyd experience. Not content to adequately recreate a thin smattering of greatest hits, like a live classic rock station, this New York-based sonic Ouija board delves deep into the history and legacy of one of rock and roll’s greatest bands, unearthi ... More >>
Experience the Pink Floyd-approved Pink Floyd.
Tropical Greenways wants you: The American Institute of Architects is looking for volunteers (architects, designers and regular Joes and Janes) for this awesomely ambitious quality of life adrenaline shot. Brainstorm, serve on committees, and/or work on project initiatives including observation t ... More >>
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