If you're anything like the average American, you spend at least 40 hours a week slaving away in a cubicle.
Yep, you work hard. But chances are you play even harder. And you friggin' deserve it. The good news is you don't have to blow all your hard-earned cash on beer, parties, and debauchery. All ... More >>
The Electric Pickle lives.
After a whole month of Pickle parties were moved to other downtown clubs in the wake of Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week (and some code compliance issues), regulars and casual clubbers alike started speculating about the Midtown party spot's closure or relocat ... More >>
As you read this, a lot of would-be Jimmy Edgar imitators are sitting in their bedroom studios scratching their heads and wondering why they can't sound like him. That's because nobody sounds like Jimmy Edgar except Jimmy Edgar himself.
From the start, his sound was so freethinking that the Detroit ... More >>
It's finally here! Winter Music Conference starts today. And while the big, splashy parties don't really get going until next week, there are still plenty good reasons why you should start your electro rendezvous today.Word to wise, if you are heading to South Beach car pool or cab it, we're hear ... More >>
Photo by Marta Xochilt PerezAt El Bolero, you are greeted by a busty pinup flashing buttcheeks.Even if you've spent untold hours losing your mind (and your innocence) in the Electric Pickle's second-floor party room, you probably don't remember anything in particular about the place's physical ch ... More >>
Design by Kent HernandezStretch out your candy sacks. Sharpen your fangs with a nail file. And prepare for fire, crushed pumpkins, and a plague of too-old kids in costumes. It's Hollerween.
In seven hours, Miami's Afrobeta and two other electro-indie party crews -- NYC creep poppers Holy Ghost ... More >>
Photo by Karla GarciaMan, 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 >>
Proof that music journalists are sometimes good for something, Thomas Koch, a.k.a. DJ T, made his true mark in the industry by founding Groove magazine some 20 years ago. With Koch at the helm as editor and publisher, it quickly became the bible in his native Germany for everything related to electr ... More >>