All hail Annie Clark, indie rock's patron saint of distortion and raw spirit. Clark, known by fans as St. Vincent, is set to make her Miami debut at The Stage on May 31. But just because she's new to our city by the sea doesn't mean this lady hasn't been around the block. Three records deep into ... More >>
TwitpicDon't expect these guys at Occupy Miami.Occupy Wall Street has been swarming with acoustic appearances by musicians like Tom Morello, Talib Kweli, and Jeff Mangum. But Occupy Miami still hasn't drawn in Pitbull or Gloria Estefan. Guess that's no big surprise. As the Occupiers round out a sec ... More >>
Chris Cornell will be unplugged at the Fillmore.Grunge gandpappy Chris Cornell has announced his first-ever solo acoustic tour, stopping at the Fillmore Miami Beach on November 6. Cornell is most noted for his work with early Sub Pop signees Soundgarden. But he was also a member of 2000s supergr ... More >>
Cypress Hill's latest is the group's first new material in six yearsEven the most blunted Cypress Hill fans know that 4/20 marked the release of Rise Up, the group's eighth studio album. The release -- the weed-loving rap group's first collection of new material in six years -- features local rap ... More >>
Buddy Guy plays the Arsht Center.Blues badass Buddy Guy -- along with Big Easy piano man Dr. John -- performs Friday at the Knight Concert Hall at the Arsht Center. A huge influence on Eric Clapton and countless others, Guy continues to elate audience members with his guitar heroics at the g ... More >>
via lilwayne-online.comDid Weezy make the cut?Self-proclaimed "greatest rapper alive" Lil Wayne performs Sunday at the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise. That boast had serious clout when Tha Carter III dropped last year. But with Weezy's ruinous rock album Rebirth in delay hell -- latest news has i ... More >>
On the heels of his first top-five album, Atmosphere's Slug reflects on his success.
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