"It's acoustically different and it's sonically different," Israeli singer-songwriter Asaf Avidan notes, comparing his new debut solo album, Different Pulses, to his work with former band, The Mojos. "It has different sounds and touches on different genres of music and takes a different approach to ... More >>
Israel is by no means lagging behind the electronic dance music capitals of the world. In particular, the coastal city of Tel Aviv -- known as the "city that never sleeps" -- boasts a world-class nightlife and voracious appetite for electronic beats. It's no surprise then that Israel would spawn one ... More >>
Maybe all those never-ending rainstorms that soaked South Beach through most of July have finally freaking disappeared. Or, maybe not, and August will be just as flooded by the Sunshine State's infamous summer showers. But one thing's certain: Whatever the weather, it's always cool and sweaty insi ... More >>
Dance giant Paul van Dyk gets down to his music's nuts and bolts.
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Rogen and Franco, on the run and madly in love in Pineapple Express.
Eclectic English DJs Layo and Bushwacka! channel Brazil's up-for-it energy on their new mix for the famed Global Underground series.
An Israeli radio station beamed to you from inner-city Miami
Sax fiend Kenny G to wed all five members of Agnostic Front!
Be aurally adventuresome
He's a genius, fluent in three languages, and he hustles pool. So why do they call him "cripple"?
Danny Howells paints a picture of Miami with Global Underground
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For the comics who play South Florida's condo circuit, knockin' 'em dead is a disturbingly distinct possibility