Some people feel bad for the music industry, but we don't. There may be more illegal downloads than ever. But there are still plenty of super-rich musicians sitting on golden thrones, dining on the hopes and dreams of others and little sandwiches with no crust. OK, just because they're wealthy, t ... More >>
You know that cliché that goes, "You can't eat your cake and have it too"? It probably came from one of our broke friends up north who spend their weekends staring at the wall and watching reruns of Everybody Loves Raymond, because that's all there's to do since they don't live in Miami. Lucky fo ... More >>
It's a dark night in California and Fishbone bass player Norwood Fisher's forearms strain as he applies a vicious chokehold to the throat of childhood friend and bandmate Kendall Jones, whose eyes bulge from their sockets. He's nearly unconscious from the lack of oxygen to his brain. Still, Kendal ... More >>
It's 5 a.m., and an impromptu, collective chant to the tune of the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army" fills the streets of Baltimore. The city's beloved Ravens were crowned Super Bowl XLVII champions roughly eight hours ago, but the team's diehard fans are still celebrating the victory with the squ ... More >>
Rihanna's under-boob tattoo has made a comeback. Earlier today, the singer surprised her fans by revealing both the release date and cover art for her forthcoming record. Appropriately titled Unapologetic, RiRi's seventh studio album will hit shelves on November 19, MTV reports. But even more exc ... More >>
See also "Fashion Freakouts at Lollapalooza 2012" and "Lollapalooza 2012, Day One: M83, Black Sabbath, Die Antwoord, Afghan Wigs, TEED." The 2012 installment of Lollapalooza has thus far brought the requisite extremes, in terms of performances and potent weather. A two-hour delay cut through the ... More >>
See also "Fashion Freakouts at Lollapalooza 2012" -- plus "Lollapalooza 2012, Day One: M83, Black Sabbath, Die Antwoord, Afghan Whigs, TEED." The second day of Lollapalooza could not have been more different than the first. A bunch of noted cancellations -- B.o.B, Alabama Shakes, etc. -- subtracte ... More >>
Otto Von Schirach seems to be big everywhere but America. In Europe, he tours extensively and plays at big festivals. Here, he's just one of Miami's many oddly awesome characters.That could change this year as he tours across America with Atari Teenage Riot, the '90s digital hardcore outfit that ... More >>
Photo by Marta Xochilt PerezGirl Talk (AKA Gregg Gillis) getting wild at the Fillmore.View photos from Girl Talk at the Fillmore Miami Beach here.Girl Talk With Max Tundra Fillmore Miami Beach Thursday, May 19, 2011 Better Than: An impromptu cock-rocking rave in a confetti supply store. Just pa ... More >>
Photo by phivephotography.comThough Fishbone's home turf -- South Central L.A. -- may not have been a typical rock and roll breeding ground, plenty else about the band's birth was fortuitous. The band's early musical brew, heavy on ska, reggae, and a liberal helping of rock, was largely created i ... More >>
via TherapyInk.comDead Johnny Cash"It's the story of your life, and the end of it's your death, and every word that's in between is just a waste of breath." - SubhumansTheir rotting, worm ridden flesh fills the air with the stench of death, but we just can't help cracking the casket on our favori ... More >>
Swingin' iguanas, a prince from Sudan, and tawdry tales at SoBe's top dive.
Some of the world's best dancers hang out at Costco, then perform Swan Lake.
Iggy and the Stooges are back and still searching to destroy.
You can't tell Natalie Maines to Shut Up & Sing
Let the New Times be your music guide during this holiday season
A founder of the Miami Sound buzzes back into town
Wheather sampled or live, Thievery Corporation are true internationalists
Ever get the feeling you've been cheated ... by the Dead Kennedys?
Pigface celebrates a decade of detritus from the industrial underground
Guaco is salsa's best kept secret
A new box set fails to do justice to the legacy of Little Feat
A report from the Latin Alternative Music Conference
George Clinton's latest state-of-the-funk message
The majestic South Beach theater, soon to reopen as a dance club, has been to ruin and back
Three decades after Anthony Dominick Benedetto left his heart in San Francisco, a new generation gets hipped
It's time for early-Eighties nostalgia, thanks to a record store's anniversary celebration of Miami's rip-roaring rock
Two Miami guys have some unknown songwriters they're especially fond of. They wanted to make a great album. No problem.
The music biz mixes and matches to line its coffers
Billy Yeager strikes again, and balls out the pretenders
Oh, sweet youth! The pain, the suffering, the heartbreak. The champagne, the nightclubs, the women.
Members of the Drills escape Miami for an L.A. miracle
The Goods take five steps up, one step back, with 5 Steps to Getting Signed
George Bush knows how to make war. Bill Clinton can play the sax. But it's Elvis Presley who's really in charge here.
The world's great thinkers agree: There's no band harder than Fishbone