5 years ago | Concerts
When German expressionist Fritz Lang filmed his prodigious and highly innovative science fiction social commentary, Metropolis (1927), his agenda was manifold. A dry reading of the plot reveals a somewhat formulaic commie pinko bildungsroman, but ...
7 years ago | Winter Music Conference
Trippy visuals and live music go together like drugs and rock 'n' roll — or bpm and EDM. In the beginning (the '60s, when else?), there were Ken Kesey's Acid Tests, featuring San Francisco's Grateful Dead and full-on psychedelic film project...
7 years ago | Concerts
Trippy visuals and live music go together like drugs and rock 'n' roll -- or BPMs and EDM. In the beginning (the '60s, when else?), there were Ken Kesey's Acid Tests featuring San Francisco's Grateful Dead and full-on psychedelic film projections ...
8 years ago | Concerts
Envision the archetypal marketplace. Vendors hock wares by waving them in the air and shouting prices while the consumers are divided into two classes: astute veterans who know the art of the bargain and rubes about to lose their pants. Buyers bid...
8 years ago | Art Basel Miami Beach
Wolf Eyes is one of the most iconic bands from the early- to mid-2000s explosion of noise music that reverberated (deafeningly) across North America. While the genre is the cumulative product of often disparate scenes, this Michigan unit -- consis...
8 years ago | Interviews
Tom Anderson Productions is a Miami record label that's dredged the depths of South Florida's dive-bar freeform music scene, digging up tuneage that would have otherwise remained completely obscured. Miami-based visual artist and Renaissance man D...