On March 17, 2011, Wu-Tang Clan, Yelawolf, Wild Flag, Fishbone, Trae Tha Truth, Marz Lovejoy, Rocky Business, Trouble Andrew, Ume, Times New Viking and DJ Erykah Badu provided music for the Village Voice Media/Frank151 SXSW Showdown at the Austin Music Hall. Roving photographer Nate "Igor"...
Miami celebrated St. Patrick's Day at Fado Irish Pub in Mary Brickell Village. The outdoor party featured bag pipers, Irish dancers, and a performance by USAU2, the national U2 tribute show. Full slideshow at Clubchaser.com.
For the first time, SXSW began hosting official music showcases on Tuesday evening this year, including a set by Mister Heavenly with Michael Cera on bass (plus╠Ôň╩Man Man's Honus Honus and Islands' Nick Diamonds sharing vocal duties, and╠Ôň╩Modest Mouse's Joe Plummer on drums). Other Tuesday highl...
In the feature, "Reality Run," New Times follows unlikely Miami Beach mayoral candidate Steve Berke. The third-generation resident is a comedian and reality TV star who is looking to change politics in the city forever. Read the full story of Steve Berke.
This week, Lee Klein takes a bite out of South Beach local haven Wine Depot & Bistro 555, calling it "well priced and geared toward locals, who seem to be appreciating the value and having a heck of a time doing so." Read the full review of Wine Depot & Bistro 555.
The streets of Little Havana once again filled with thousands of of revelers for Calle Ocho 2011 on March 13. In addition to plenty of food and fun, the street party, which spanned from 12th to 27th Avenue, featured performances by Pitbull, Flo Rida, Trina, Hansel y Raul, Tito Puente Jr., and more.
Legendary German DJ, Paul van Dyk, performed at Mansion Saturday night, for his only appearance during Winter Music Conference. Warming up the crowd beforehand were Filo & Peri and Dan Marciano. Full slideshow at Clubchaser.com.
The longest running reggae music festival, Nine Mile Music Festival, returned to Bayfront Park in downtown Miami Saturday with performances by Stephen Marley, Damian Marley, Julian Marley, Kymani Marley, Thievery Corporation, Slightly Stoopid, Major Lazer, Kevens, and more.
House music fanatics flocked to Nikki Beach Thursday for the all-day event, Electric Beach. Tom Novy, Harry "Choo Choo" Romero, Satoshie Tomiie, Junior Sanchez, Donald Glaude, Behrouz and more kept the partying going until 5 in the morning. Full slideshow at Clubchaser.com.