Corrections House With Shroud Eater and Holly Hunt Presented by Speedfreek Churchill's Pub, Miami Wednesday, January 30, 2013 Better Than: Not being "destroyed," "annihilated," "depressed," and "confused" on a Wednesday night. In the Internet age, it is pretty much impossible for anyone with a com ... More >>
Grammy-tastic! Last night, amid goofy, sexually tense intergenerational banter between co-hosts LL Cool J and Taylor Swift, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States announced the nominees for its 54th Grammy Awards, airing Sunday, February 10, on CBS. Genre-bending ... More >>
If you're familiar with chaos theory, which in its basic form is the attempt to find patterns in the random acts of shit on Earth, then you may understand the difficulty that comes with describing a full day at SXSW. To break down the bright, scintillating chaos, Village Voice Media's roving musi ... More >>
The Swell Season brings stirring songs to the Fillmore.
He gets down, dirty, and quieter on his new album, written in Miami.
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 >>
Ten reasons Ween is better than your favorite band.
Tony DeSare is duly flattered by comparisons to Sinatra. Then again, the Chairman of the Board never covered Prince
Los Lobos revel in their roots while foraging toward a rock and roll future
Grab a slice of 2004's best roots music while it's still hot.
A Cuban family's sad saga and visions of a freaky new world
Rilo Kiley brings a bountiful breadbasket from the heartland
For Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, the old photography ways are still best
Macbeth meets the classic-rock block in Scotland, PA.
Can a non-9/11 benefit album make any noise?
Local punks lose the horns, keep the logo
Music can free your soul, but can it spring the West Memphis Three?
Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai
Artsy fartsy punks
7-Elevens, Laundromats, bowling alleys, People magazine, the Discovery Channel, Elvis. Poet Campbell McGrath mines deep into pop culture and hits a vein.
Former Broken Spec Matthew Sabatella finds time for the spotlight
Local hero Karlzen wrestles with her image and herself
Here comes another singer-songwriter-guitarist-plumber
Donkey is stubborn when it comes to sounding like anything else
Robert Allen vanished from Coral Gables to find something magical
You can kiss the clarinet goodbye -- it's time for a real wind instrument
Vinyl might be a dead configuration, but nobody bothered to tell the rock and rollers that