Forward Motion Records founder Fernando Perdomo.Almost exactly 12 months ago, Miami music scene veteran and Dreaming in Stereo frontman Fernando Perdomo founded his very own label, giving it the most appropriate moniker -- Forward Motion Records -- that he could conjure up. "The label is very ap ... More >>
Why is Fernando Perdomo screaming about "noise"?When I woke up at 7:30 a.m. this morning, I crawled out of bed, sucked down some coffee, plopped down in front of my laptop, started digging through my my email inbox, and noticed that Forward Motion Records CEO and Dreaming in Stereo frontman Ferna ... More >>
See the cut to download King Bee's Howl EP. Back in January, local blues rock crew King Bee was partway through recording its fourth album and set to hit the road for a full national tour. But then founding member and lead singer Angel Suarez suddenly quit. "Angel felt like he couldn't handle ... More >>
The collabo project can be tricky, especially when the key cogs of the two separate sides seem to come from different places. Sometimes it works, and other times it doesn't. In the case of Kingsley and Perdomo, the thing is a total success. The end result of this pairing between Vic Kingsley, g ... More >>
This week, Crossfade is taking a look at a number of recent releases from Fernando Perdomo's new local-centric label, Forward Motion.Kingsley and PerdomoFake Smiles(Forward Motion)Judging by the cover photo, these bearded, shaggy-haired minstrels could pass themselves off as twin sons from differ ... More >>
Here's a brand new upload from local guitar virtuoso Fernando Perdomo's own band, Dreaming in Stereo. (You might recognize him as Paulina Rubio's axe man.) The video is for the song called, um, "Steal This Song," off Dreaming in Stereo's new full-length album. It was filmed at the Gibson Showroom ... More >>
photo by Karla Garcia, via grammy.comThe annual Florida Music Festival kicks off its eighth year tonight, and while it's up in Orlando, more and more South Florida bands are turning towards the multi-day music crawl as a sort of SXSW lite. Billed as featuring 250 performances across 15 stages and th ... More >>
We review some more recent independent Miami releases.