Black Rebel Motorcycle Club Grand Central Miami Tuesday, October 8, 2013 Better Than: That old Marlon Brando biker movie, The Wild One, from which Black Rebel Motorcycle Club took its name. Interestingly the rival biker gang in that 1953 black and white flick were called The Beetles. This makes a ... More >>
See 305 Fest's full lineup and set times -- plus Crossfade's interviews with Speedfreak Presents, Torche, and Dropdead. Tampa, Florida is home to a long tradition of phlegm-throated snarling and buzzsaw shredding. In the '80s and '90s, the Gulf Coast industrial metropolis was a petri dish of brutal ... More >>
Photo by Pat SchumacherThe Queers' Joe King.When Portsmouth, New Hampshire's the Queers roll into Churchill's on January 15, punk rock fans can count on the crew to give us what we want. We can pretty much guarantee that we're gonna get to sing along to hits like "I Can't Stop Farting" and "Teena ... More >>
via myspace.com/teepeeaselElectric Bunnies have been disappointingly quiet lately, but while the band hibernates, erstwhile member Teepee, has taken flight as a solo artist. Born Eric Lopez-Zareno, he's also sometimes known as That Guy Who Seems to Play In Every Band That Ever Plays at the Americ ... More >>
Over the next two days, we'll post Crossfade contributors' favorite local albums of 2009. They're listed in completely random order, so stay tuned as the full list rolls out. Panic BomberGetting On My Mind (self-released)panicbomber.comPanic Bomber is the brainchild of Miami's one-man-dance- ... More >>
On its seventh studio album, New Jersey titan Thursday reinvents the post-hardcore wheel.
"Shake & Pop" (Relief Records)
The Bitch sees some art and arbitrates a catfight
Young? Horny? Sensitive? Death Cab for Cutie is your ticket to ecstasy.
No Wow RCA
Take Them On, On Your Own (Virgin)
Up In Flames Domino
Bobby Baker's Baby Robots: A blast from Boca
WVUM's signal boost is pumping up the power of Miami's finest college radio station -- and the internal complaints are getting louder along with it
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