See also "Today Is the Day's Steve Austin on Living in the F#$Ū-Up South and Being 100-Percent Real." Today Is the Day With Maruta, Shitstorm, Orbweaver, Ironside, Cardiel Churchill's Pub, Miami Saturday, September 8 Better Than: Not seeing Today Is the Day because South Florida is long and farawa ... More >>
Poe Boy Music Group, the label that brought you hardcore Miami rappers Brisco and Billy Blu, is getting into EDM with Kulture Shock, a dance-pop group made up of three very good-looking model-type singers named Jase, City Boi, and Stephanie Lecor. In recent weeks, Poe Boy has been heavily promoting ... More >>
‚ÄčLast year, when Frank Ocean's Nostalgia, Ultra and The Weeknd's House of Balloons dropped within weeks of each other, critics and music fans celebrated the arrival of a fresh movement in R&B. Though the moods of those recordings differed considerably, they were both remarkably self-assured an ... More >>
Photo by Karla Garcia‚ÄčMan, the last time we hung out with local new wave-y freestyle faves Afrobeta was way back in June at Grand Central. So after almost five months spent zigzagging between the recording studio and big-ticket gigs like Glastonbury, Burning Man, and Space Ibiza, this Saturday's ... More >>
via conjurecognac.com20 million album selling rapper Chris "Ludacris" Bridges with world renowned Cognac maker Kim Birkedal Hartmann.‚ÄčNo competitive cognac introduced to the market in the past 50 years? That's Ludacris.A new cognac to dip cigars in? That's Ludacris.Conjure Cognac? That's Ludacris. ... More >>
Superstar drummer of Devo and A Perfect Circle sells himself, his famous friends, and all-you-can-eat shrimp dinners to promote his new album.
The South Florida band is a long way from Kendall.
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Trans Am speeds from Geddy Lee to Krautrock in 60 seconds flat
Panamanian pianist Danilo Perez takes diplomacy as seriously as he does jazz
How to win friends and influence people, el exilio style
Detroit Rock City
7-Elevens, Laundromats, bowling alleys, People magazine, the Discovery Channel, Elvis. Poet Campbell McGrath mines deep into pop culture and hits a vein.
The Brothers bring color to their music if not not their wardrobe
Leas Campbell, the man who ruled Miami's rock scene throughout the Seventies, is bringing it all back home in the Nineties
Rejecting young talent in favor of dinosaurs with proven track records, classic rock radio rakes in the ratings and the cash A along with a severe case of geezer burn