Slimkid3 from the Pharcyde screamed, "We're doin' this for Reefa!" and the crowd went wild. Later, Jay Swift, the group's first producer, jumped into the audience, and they completely lost their minds. It was a fitting hip-hop tribute at the old-school-style block party, where the four elements of ... More >>
Bizarre Ride II The Pharcyde is one of the greatest classic hip-hop albums of all time. Ever since that slab dropped in 1992 on Delicious Vinyl Records, it has resonated with fans across the globe. And hits like "Runnin'," "Ya Mama," and "Who Is the Nigga in Charge" are so massively influential on ... More >>
Hundreds of live-music fans packed Churchill's Pub on Saturday night for hours of non-stop entertainment from Die Trying, Low Visibility, The Ruins, Hardware Youth, and FWA. The bar ran through liquor like a freight train. The circle pit was a hurricane of flying limbs. And between Rick at All, Rat ... More >>
Two months ago, Miami Beach cops tasered a kid to death over graffiti. And today, Miami and his family are still seeking Justice for Reefa. From October 3 to 5 at LMNT, local skaters, dancers, artists, and DJs will come together to celebrate Israel Hernandez's life, raise money for his family to co ... More >>
Having released his debut EP to immediate acclaim on Josh Wink's Ovum label in January 2010, NYC wunderkind Chris Manik made the leap from virtual unknown to internationally celebrated "It" producer in little more than year. MANIK has since joined the artist rosters of chic labels like Poker Flat ... More >>
Nacho Mama's LlamasLlamabeats haven't been around all that long, having only linked up on this project in 2008. But this crew definitely has a vision for where it's headed and what it stand for. Beyond that, Llamabeats is surprisingly clear on the state of the business and what it takes to put ... More >>
You may not be familiar with Little Feat, but you sure as hell should. They've been around for 40 years, during which time they've worked and shared the stage with some of music's true legends, artists running the gamut from Jimmy Buffet to Bela Fleck, Dave Matthews to Vince Gill, Brooks and Dunn an ... More >>
He grew up on go-go.
Ranking the best of what went around and came around again.
It's time to rank the best of what went around and came around again. BILLY JOEL The Stranger (Columbia/Legacy) As punk and disco exploded, the Piano Man's deeply unhip 1978 breakthrough proved that top-shelf Broadway/Brill Building songwriting could still sell - and, occasionally, rock. "Scenes ... More >>
Rmxxology (Delicious Vinyl)
Moonlighting (Loud Minority Music)
Local kids keep it extra clean at the B-Boy Masters Pro-Am
Quality Control (Interscope)
Being John Malkovich