Uncle Luke, the man whose booty-shaking madness made the U.S. Supreme Court stand up for free speech, gets as nasty as he wants to be for Miami New Times. This week, Luke talks about the lack of respect for his accomplishments It's humbling when your peers show appreciation for the work you've done ... More >>
Paint your claws. Dye your hair. Eat a dove alive. Because (formerly?) beastly heavy metal monolith Black Sabbath just announced its full 2013 North American tour. And the (formerly?) gut-rumbling triumvirate is coming to South Florida for a midsummer doomfest. As the Sabbath says (via Twitter), ... More >>
Bobby Peru. Special Request. Hip Therapist. Wooly. Those are just a few of the guises that UK DJ-producer Paul Woolfoord has assumed over the years. And his sound is just as elusive as his artistic identity -- straddling house, techno, UK hardcore, and bass. Nevertheless, in spite of his sonic ou ... More >>
See Russell Simmons, Rev Run, and others' Twitter reactions to the death of Adam Yauch as well as Crossfade's memorial slideshow of Beastie Boys concert photos. Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch (AKA MCA) is dead. Details about what ultimately took his life have not yet been released. UPDATE: The rapper a ... More >>
See Crossfade's obituary for Adam Yauch as well as Crossfade's memorial slideshow of Beastie Boys concert photos. The Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch is dead. But the Beastie Boys live forever. The rap crew's global cultural influence was cemented the moment they dropped the atomic boulder of musicality ... More >>
Tyler the Creator: Is he the über-hipster hopper?There is no escaping the young-and-vulgar West Coast hip-hop collective Odd Future. There was a brief incubation period on the internet. But ever since performing on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, the group has been everywhere: SXSW, Coachella, and ... More >>
via Flickr user Guy McCulloughHey look! It's a concert announcement that has nothing to do with jam bands, '80s hair metal, or sugary pop-punk acts! Don't worry, they'll be back next week. For today, let's focus on Brandi Carlile's announcement that she'll be coming to Culture Room on February 20 ... More >>
Many famous musicians have spent a day or three in jail for driving drunk, holding drugs, or something really stupid. But only the select few have spent a serious stretch of time in prison, which brings us to David Allan Coe. The original country outlaw performs Friday at the Culture Room in Fort La ... More >>
With a new album, the thrash titan reclaims the metal world's throne.
photo by Mark SeligerFor all his band's purported fascinations with life's uglier aspects, Slayer frontman Tom Araya sure is a cheerful guy. Calling from a moving bus in rural Washington state, Araya laughs seemingly every couple of minutes. Surely, though, it's this laissez-faire sense of humor ... More >>
Folk-bluegrass duo the Avett Brothers finds sweet music in sibling harmony.
BernBiz and ¡Mayday! blow up at Transit on Friday ¡Mayday! Friday, June 19, 2009 Transit Lounge, Miami Better than: A photo of yourself. The Review: Sometimes a club fills with 400 and every single one seems to be starring in his or her own personal reality show. That was the ... More >>
Never sleep in Miami. Never rest. This Saturday night, May 30, Sneaker Pimps is coming to South Florida again and this time with a live blast from Clipse as well as Cool Kids. I am not a huge fan of CKs but Clipse is extra special good. If you haven't had a chance, you can download a mix ... More >>
The South Florida native is the new producer king.
Not actually ZZ TopAlthough the place isn't set yet, the date and the bands are. On July 13th, Aerosmith and ZZ Top will be playing somewhere in South Florida in support of their retirement funds. Aerosmith isn't releasing a new album (although they do have a new-ish video game on the market: ... More >>
She proves she's more than a lady in waiting.
Death Magnetic (Warner Bros.)
Ten summers that rocked.
Anti-politico bike race hits the streets.
The Mars Volta's ghoulish space race.
It's all in the stars.
Rock stars get haunted too
Russell Simmons has knowledge to spare
Glenn Danzig brings a double-album's worth of lost material back from the dead
You can't tell Natalie Maines to Shut Up & Sing
Personal File (Columbia Legacy)
Weezer's auteur takes a tentative step into the real world
Van Lear Rose Interscope
Good and bad, music videos gave us something to talk about this year
Hollywood meets Silicon Valley in the music industry's new modem operandi
The Beastie Boys get phat