Just off the six lanes of Tamiami Trail, west of Florida's Turnpike and behind a Kentucky Fried Chicken, a secret gate leads to a backyard where dugout canoes rest under a chickee hut. Across the grass and through a sliding-glass door is a living room that doubles as the Medicine Signs Spiritual Cen ... More >>
Murder, blood, naked girls, weed, food, and beer ... These are the staples of life on the road for Bloodshot Bill. The greasy-haired, foot-stomping, guitar-strangling Canadian wailer has been banned from the United States. He's rock 'n' rolled a naked dance party. He's even taken a bath in a tub on ... More >>
No one would ever call Rondell Johnson a good criminal. A creative one? Perhaps. But an adroit practitioner of the malignant arts? Never. The Jacksonville man's fecklessness was once again laid bare in Winnipeg, Canada, earlier this week when a local trial court convicted him of robbing a bank. Du ... More >>
According to the New York Post, the sale of the Florida Panthers to a New York buyer is "imminent". The report comes as a surprise to most, as the team has never announced it was for sale, however with losses piling up, perhaps owners received an offer they couldn't refuse.
As Drizzy Drake himself likes to brag: "Started from the bottom, now we're here." Just a year and a half ago (even after the radio rap glory of his sophomore album, Take Care, and massive singles like "The Motto"), the YMCMB member was still "drinkin' with his people" in mid-sized venues. But "no ... More >>
On Friday afternoon, nearly 3,000 raver chicks, dude guys, scenesters, club kids and DJs assembled at a port in Fort Lauderdale and boarded the MSC Poesia, AKA Holy Ship!! (There are two exclamation points because this is the second edition of the EDM party cruise put on by L.A.'s Hard Events.) The ... More >>
Cancel whatever plans you've already made for Saturday, June 8, 2013 ... Because Mick Fleetwood, John McVie, Lindsey Buckingham, and Stevie Nicks are getting the band back together. Fleetwood Mac announced a 34-city North American reunion tour yesterday, curbing any and all Rumors that "The Chain ... More >>
Taylor Swift's new album Red has been flying off the shelves before it even hit them. In fact, Billboard has basically guaranteed that it'll come out on top of the charts with an estimated 1.1 million units sold by week's end. So all y'all are probably walking around humming her latest single, d ... More >>
OK, Justin Bieber may be an uneducated twerp-derp who barely graduated high school. But damn, he's traveling all over the world and making more money every day than we'll ever see in our entire freaking lifetime. And just to run this fact in our face, the Biebster brat just announced his Believe t ... More >>
"Metal is alive and kicking down here," says Jean Saiz, guitarist and co-growler for guttural sludge trio Shroud Eater. Her endorsement of Miami's assorted, metal-derived, extreme music comes with the clarification that recent activity -- like the rise of Shroud Eater's practice space b/w metal ... More >>
Photo by Jim NewberryOver the last few days, the personal twittersphere of Canadian synth-pop duo Junior Boys has been ablaze with titillatingly cryptic little messages about "big news," "a zillion shows," and "a good chance we are coming to a town near you." Thankfully, the Boys' Jeremy Greens ... More >>
Venetian Snares gives New Times his first U.S. interview in two years.
Performance art beckons Baselites with an eye for the erotic not to mention the eccentric
Nobody does nostalgic melodrama like Guy Maddin
Glenn Lewis waits for the world to see him as more than just a Wonderkind
Cuban pitching coach Rigoberto Betancourt threw Castro a curve by defecting. Now he's in immigration hell.
To the chagrin of horse-racing fans, Gulfstream Park has become South Florida's leading classic-rock venue
Sure, Miami has an empty stadium. And sure, Bruce Frey has pigskin on the brain. But that's no excuse for the Canadian football league.
Chris Smither prefers building songs to building houses