7 months ago | Concerts
The International Noise Conference (INC) has become a monumental staple in Miami. The annual fest, which boasts acts from all over the globe doing exactly the opposite of what most people might expect from a live show, draws motley crowds from eve...
9 months ago | Concerts
"Degenerate" typically has a negative connotation. Google says the word means someone who's "lost the physical, mental, or moral qualities considered normal and desirable." For Travis Egedy, better known as the electronic artist Pictureplane, bein...
9 months ago | Art
Zoe Lukov, curator of the inaugural Faena Festival, uses Alfredo Jaar's historic work, "A Logo for America," as a jumping-off point. "If this is not America, what is it? What do we want it to be?" she poses, preferring to open a dialog rather than...
10 months ago | Interviews
Eddie Izzard's diverse career undoubtedly justifies writing a memoir. His work has run the gamut from stand-up, to politics, to marathon running and beyond, and his autobiography, Believe Me, is tasked with detailing it all. Of course, Izzard woul...
11 months ago | Interviews
The visceral sound of a Nick Klein record isn't something that can be easily sourced or replicated. This is due in part to Klein's approach to texture, volume, and recording: In his hands, the medium becomes shaped by the material in an inescapabl...
1 year ago | Concerts
Filing into Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale to see the seminal emo act American Football, you'd be forgiven for not knowing the band's highly influential debut came out nearly 20 years ago. Here was a crowd of fresh-faced youngsters piled in to...