"Lookout weekend 'cause here we come..." With cheap parties that won't cost you more than a Hamilton and music that'll make you wanna grab a stranger and dance. "...Because weekends were made for fun." Check out Crossfade's ten best music-related things to do under $10 in Miami this weekend. See ... More >>
When you're living on a budget, weekends can get, well, complicated. You wanna party with your (better-off) friends at one of SoBe's star-studded nightclubs, but there's one minor detail standing in the way ... You're broke. Before you start making plans to watch weird cult movies all night while ... More >>
Of Montreal just finished its new album. Frontman and creative nerve-center Kevin Barnes tells Crossfade that he wrote the whole thing in about three weeks on his first-ever, self-imposed "writer's retreat" in San Francisco. After that, he returned to his Athens, Georgia, home and recorded it wi ... More >>
Legend states that every day at 4:20 p.m., a group of teens in San Rafael, California met to search for an abandoned cannabis crop. The teens code named the plan, "4:20 Louis" in honor of the statue of Louis Pasteur where they hung out. The code was shortened to "4:20". 4:20 was later adopted ... More >>
Every day, ¡Mayday! and the Juggalo nation hack into the dark heart of America with axe blades made of music. They chop into the rotten core of society, exposing the system as a lying, superficial, violent beast. Then they sever all connection to it, let the blood run through the streets, and cel ... More >>
Blink 182's Travis Barker defies death. Rock 'n' roll makes ordinary men and women immortal. Almost. They're regular people who were born unfamous and will someday die, just like us. But because they're awesome at playing the guitar or howling into a mike (you know, rocking), they become the ce ... More >>
You wonder: What's that thrashing? The sky is dark. The fields have gone silent. But there's a bonfire off in the distance, surrounded by vaguely human shapes and a furious funnel of sound -- acoustic axe, banjo, cello, upright bass, mouth organ. This is the middle of nowhere and you've just s ... More >>
Photo by Marta Xochilt PerezThe neo-raver, grandchild of the hippies.The Honeymoon Series begins this Saturday with Datsik, continuing with Zeds Dead May 5 and Borgore June 17. Back in the LSD-soaked '60s, a big boxy San Francisco building named the Fillmore Auditorium was routinely overrun by l ... More >>
Photo by Ian WitlenSure, Ultra's sold out. But don't get sad. Find tickets!Ultra Music Festival! It's the final countdown. Listen .. Can you hear it? Uhhntz, uhhntz, uhhntz . . . It's almost showtime. Yet many people don't have tickets. What do you do? Should you hit up Stubhub or Craigslist and ... More >>
Michael F. McElroy/ZUMAOld hippie lifeguard turned hero for Haiti Jim Goodnow pops open the side of an ambulance, where he's been sleeping for the past two months. "Let's see what's behind door number one!" the ponytailed 70-year-old hollers. Inside, it looks like the Grateful Dead decided to run ... More >>
The Rolling StonesGet Yer Ya-Ya's Out! 40th Anniversary Edition (ABKCO)In rock and roll, 1969 was perhaps the most historic year of the 20th Century. Of course both The Isle of Wight and Woodstock went down that year. Black Sabbath and The Doobie Brothers were formed. And, yes, the Beatles broke ... More >>
Another year, another Beaujolais luncheon, another boast that the current crop is the best in years. "You get a vintage like this every century. Last one as good was 1947," insisted winemaker Stéphane Queralt. I didn't want to say this to Stéphane, but in spite of a positive spin on the 2008 vi ... More >>
Jerry RuledTop Ten Reasons I Generally Hate Jam Bands.1. Jerry Garcia.Jerome John Garcia was awesome. He died. It's over. Insert Duane Allman, Jimi Hendrix, et al. 2. Marijuana It's mostly for kids and burnouts. It also generally softens the harsh edges of horribly boring ... More >>
Consider this sushi joint a neat place for a drink and really great bar snacks.
Fiona Apple has an older sister, Maude Maggart. And she's kind of a big deal on the cabaret circuit. Drawing praise from most major media outlets such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NPR and Entertainment Weekly, Maggart has gained a following for her haunting and exquisite renditions an ... More >>
Jane's AddictionA Cabinet of Curiositieswww.janesaddiction.comJane's Addiction is of those bands that, although its members don't especially like each other anymore, wields an influence simply too great to allow the band to stay broken up. The game-changing L.A. quartet that treated alternative rock ... More >>
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Superstars fly personal jets from concert to concert. Real rock bands rent a van and go. Natural Causes is a real band. They're renting a van. And we're going with them.