Well, it seems that Miami's most famous Colombian resident is once again making waves, and this time it has nothing to do with heated debate over Juanes' well-meaning Peace Without Borders concert in Cuba (which didn't go quite as planned). It's not even about the release of his upcoming and much ... More >>
photo by kara StarzykIf it is true (as surely it must be) that in the world of pop music there is nothing truly new under the sun, then surely a budding pop star has no choice but to steal from the best of everything that's come before. Okay, so stealing from everything might make for a bit of ... More >>
photo by Ian WitlenStonefox plays the Poorhouse on Saturday.Friday, July 31*Miami space-electro-rockers the Waterford Landing come out of hiding for a rare live performance tonight at the Vagabond. Admission is free before midnight, $5 after. Click here to visit the Vagabond's web site. *Jazz bas ... More >>
Riptide hadn't played videogames in years (except for a small descent into Katamari during college) until we recently got a Wii. Since then, it's probably been way too much Lego Batman and Lego Star Wars. Obviously, our videogame taste hasn't matured beyond when we played as a kid.  ... More >>
Forget TV commercials (not that there's anything wrong with them); for that matter forget TV shows too (ditto; sometimes). I mean, they're all so 20th century. And you may as well also forget movie soundtracks. Because despite their potential enormity, few truly do go huge, let alone get big enough ... More >>
Once upon a time – the mid- to late Eighties, to be precise – heavy metal ruled the rock landscape. On the pop side, of course, there were the infamous hair bands. But on another, more underground but no less popular side, were a number of faster genre offshoots, presided over by a pantheon of g ... More >>
Gamers try to get out the vote in Miami.
Patapon marches to the same damn drummer, over and over again.
How yesterday's games spawned today's best sellers.
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You wanted the best — you got the best: Guitar Hero III