The man in the dark hat is coming to town. He used to prefer candy cane colors. But these days, former White Stripes frontman Jack White almost never wears any shade beside black and white upon his back. It's all part of his latest elaborately art-directed, conceptually rigorous blues-rock solo al ... More >>
If The Clash were from Miami and made a record in 2013, it might sound like ¡Mayday!'s new album, Believers. With rock and Caribbean guitar riffs, simple and heavy basslines, snap-and-crack drums, multilayered lyrics, and catchy hooks, this slab is the Miami rap crew's latest masterpiece. We spok ... More >>
New Zealand production duo Mt. Eden (AKA Harley Rayner and Jesse Cooper) are perfectly emblematic of the sensational overnight success today's young EDM stars enjoy thanks to viral online exposure. Take 2009 breakthrough hit, "Sierra Leone," which received tens of millions of YouTube views before i ... More >>
Two weeks of tour dates have just been canceled by Passion Pit. And the reason: Frontman Michael Angelakos needs "to take the time to work on improving [his] mental health." So far, most of the tour remains intact, including Passion Pit's South Florida show at the Hollywood ArtsPark on October 23. ... More >>
WTF, 1.8 Million people "like" Def Leppard on Facebook? And holy shit, another 800,000 dig Poison? No wonder these two glam metal giants are hitting the road together again; it'll be the biggest tour ever! That's right, MILFS, "Great Britain's premiere arena rock band" and Rock of Love heartth ... More >>
Fuck the haters. Like, literally. In public. With an oversized inflatable banana. While wearing just a blazer and zebra-print speedo. In addition to laughing their effing asses off, screeching "I'm in Miami Bitch," and doing non-stop "Shots" of Viagra-infused booze, LMFAO's Redfoo and Sky Blu have ... More >>
photo by Ben ThackerClick here to view a slideshow from Phish's New Year's Eve show. PhishAmerican Airlines Arena, Miami December 28 through 31, 2009Better Than: Langerado? Not so sure, but Phish's comeback in March may or may not have contributed to the demise of South Florida's belove ... More >>
via myspace.com/whitesnakePoor David Coverdale. Here he was, on a triumphant return to the road under the Whitesnake moniker, including a gig this past June at the gigantic O2 Arena in Dublin. With his current band, he was playing a string of well-received gigs with Judas Priest, which was slated ... More >>
John Digweed is not only one of the biggest superstar DJs ever, but he's got a heart just as extra-large. The man has spun to thousands at the biggest venues and festivals in the world, but tonight he touches down at the Vagabond for a more intimate, down-to-earth event. He and Vagabond co-owner Car ... More >>
Jam fans rejoice Of A Revolution (aka O.A.R.) is bringing the patchouli wearing crowd together again. Promoting their newest album "All Sides", O.A.R. and Brett Dennen are scheduled to play the Pompano Beach Amphitheatre on August 29 at 8 p.m. sharp. In true jam band fashion, the band has rec ... More >>
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