The intoxicating blend of the percussion, the smooth brass sound of the trombone, the deep rhythm of the bass, and the bluesy, jazzy tunes of the harmonica resonated from the corner of 846 Lincoln Road. It was the closing party for the Van Dyke Café and crowds of locals and tourists alike swarmed ... More >>
Forget the candy ... Halloween in Miami is all about getting drunk and laid. That's why we here at Crossfade advise against wearing ultra-creepy costumes. 'Cause almost no one (except maybe that family member whose 4Chan screename is "Uncle Fester") wants to have sex with a dead nun or killer clow ... More >>
On Friday morning, Forward Motion Records CEO and Dreaming in Stereo frontman Fernando Perdomo got all hyped up about the supposedly undue attention that weirdo tuneage has been given lately by local music journos. So he published a somewhat misguided, misspelled, and erratically punctuated Fac ... More >>
Two weeks ago, we reported about WLRN's plans to replace the retiring jazz man's show with a computer. The station explained the move as a financial one, a result of "the Great Recession." via visualfieldBut that was all before local listeners went primeval on management, protesting the move with ... More >>
Image via clive_cLast Friday, Len Pace's Evenin' Jazz grooved smoothly along as it has for the last 30 years. The gravely-voiced DJ played some Lonnie Smith, as he invariably does at the end of every week, and he bantered through his usual smoky standards. When he signed off with his typical tag- ... More >>
A Brazilian chanteuse holds court in South Beach.