Trus'MeManchester has been the breeding ground for Joy Division, New Order, the Smiths, Chemical Brothers, and Autechre, among many others.And David Wolstencroft (AKA Trus'Me) is another proud Mancunian. Since the late 2000s, the DJ, producer, and Prime Numbers label chief has been banging out so ... More >>
The latest in a slew of legendary artist collaborations comes courtesy of founding Smiths member Johnny Marr. The guitarist was one of the main influences of the the Stone Roses, Oasis, and then some, and no less than Radiohead guitarist Ed O'Brien has even been cited as saying Marr is the reason ... More >>
A couple of months ago, British electro-indie-art-rock-retro-pop guy Dan Black made his first trip to Miami to play Dirty Hairy at LIV. (Check out a video here.) That night, he sat down with the New Times to talk about emerging music genres, ex-bandmates, copyright squabbles with the bride of B.I ... More >>
Dialed In is a weekly column on Crossfade tracking the top-ten lists on South Florida's campus radio stations. Click here to view the top tracks from previous weeks. Dialed In for the week of October 18-24 Florida International University- WRGP 88.1 FM & 95.3 FM, "Radiate"Electro-Psychadelic fus ... More >>
Benton Galgay may play records, but he's got his own ideas about what it means to be a DJ. First off, aside from Wooden Shjips, there are very few new artists he's into spinning. And when he does wax au courant, it's on behalf of labels such as Sublime Frequencies, Needless Records, or RVNG of th ... More >>
Moving Units is a weekly column on Crossfade tracking the best-selling albums at South Florida independent record stores. Click here to view past top-sellers. Top Five Albums for the Week of September 28-October 3 Sweat Records, Miami Karen O of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs led the charts at Sweat Reco ... More >>
Moving Units is a weekly column on Crossfade tracking the best-selling albums at South Florida independent record stores. Click here to view past top-sellers.Vintage ruled last week at Sweat, with The Stone Roses and The Beatles re-issues dominating the chartsSweat Records, Miami1. Popular Songs, ... More >>
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The electro-pop duo's name was cute. Then came September 11.