Ben Wash couldn't be anything further from a snob. Talking with him, he's affable and surprisingly energetic, especially considering we're calling him in the midst of a busy visit to California, where he's promoting his debut full-length album, Snob Rock. "It's something I kind of throw around," ... More >>
Even though Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week have turned into a nine days of EDM, we've keep it pretty low key. Until last night. First stop: The world premiere of Ultra Music Festival's Can U Feel It concert documentary. Standing there on the red carpet was sort of surreal -- mainl ... More >>
Damn you, leap year! This extra day nonsense is really starting to piss us off. With so much to look forward to in March, the thought of February 29 holding us back is killing us. Especially ever since we found out that Boys Noize is throwing a WMC party at Mamushka's Miami. The Hamburg-born, B ... More >>
Poor Mike Miller. He sat out a good chunk of last season with a thumb injury, only to return to not win the NBA Finals. Now it turns out he was taken for a financial ride by Ponzi schemer John Johnson. Guy just can't catch a break. Of course, maybe Miller should have done his homework before inve ... More >>
Tea Party favorite Palm Beach-area Rep. Allen West will not have his good name tarnished by any gay nonsense, no sir. The social conservative and staunch opponent of gay rights fired an intern after the poor kid retweeted a pro-gay message by the Scissor Sisters.
via their MySpace pageThe Scissor SistersIn so far down the line, you probably won't remember news: Lady Gaga has chosen who will be her opening act for her 2011 Monster Ball tour, and more importantly, her South Florida shows on April 12 and 13. Equally dance-worthy, but not enough to upstage Ga ... More >>
Bells are made to be BrokenIn our Moving Units column, Mike Ramirez at Fort Lauderdale's Radio-Active Records graciously keeps us up-to-date and comments on the current releases flying out of his store each week.This week, the collaboration between Shins' lead singer James Mercer and Gnarls Bar ... More >>
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