In France, stopping at the boulangerie for a baguette is like hitting up your neighborhood Cuban café for a colada. It's a daily event. The word "baguette" comes from the Latin word baculum, or "stick," and relates to the bread's long, narrow shape. Simple yet complex in taste, this traditional br ... More >>
Hey, honey, would you like to have sex? No, not tonight. I'd rather listen to Meatloaf. Yeah, we've never said that either, but turns out a lot of Spotify listeners think "Bat Out of Hell" is more enjoyable than actually orgasming. And that's not all the streaming platform uncovered with its recen ... More >>
Shake your Bacon with Footloose.Last month, a remake of one of America's most cherished musical films was released. Of course, we're talking about Footloose, the movie about one young man's struggle with authorities to express his overwhelming desire to dance! The remake is now screening all o ... More >>
Dance Messiah Bob Sinclar: he even looks like JesusLast week we previewed the upcoming February 11 performance by French superstar DJ-producer Bob Sinclar at SET.And if you thought we were kidding about this guy being the Jesus of dance music, just wait until you get a load of this interview, whe ... More >>
Photo by Doron GildWe've seen our fair share of guy-girl electro-rockers shaking it up in Miami lately, like The Golden Filter and Crystal Castles. So we can see why you might debate whether or not to bother with another one this Saturday. But Phantogram is one band you really gotta see ... More >>
Not inappropriately, Mexican Institute of Sound makes its home nestled in the quaint little town of Mexico City, otherwise known as the DF, a sprawling capital ranking amongst the 10 most populated cities in the world. And it's not so much an institute as one man with incredible vision. Though th ... More >>
The eldest Marsalis on life with Leno, Sting, and a decade-old quartet.
Check him out Saturday night.
America's next great pop band just happens to hail from South Florida. Surprised? So are they
Celebrating some of 2003's best efforts in Latin music
Twenty years of Momus and the jury's still out: Wit or twit?
How about a little music with your drama?