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  • 7 years ago | Concerts

    What do you get when you combine a veteran rapper from L.A. with a hip-hop group from Miami? Nothing less than the celebration of sound known as ¡Mursday! The creative relationship between Murs and ¡Mayday! goes back to the band's firs...

  • 7 years ago | Interviews

    In Miami's over-saturated megaclub market, it's difficult for homegrown bands to stand out. But the Llamabeats dudes drew local hype from the moment that they burst onto the 305 music scene. And by the time their debut album, Como Se Llama, was re...

  • 7 years ago | Guides

    Ah, Second Saturday Art Walk. That time of the month when Miami's most refined residents gather in the streets of Wynwood to marvel at beauty and culture. Or maybe it's just a day for the 305's hipsters to get drunk for free while checking out som...

  • 7 years ago | Lists

    It's no secret that rappers love to talk about Miami. 

 Even though we don't boast as many famous MCs as New York City or Los Angeles, the 305 is definitely on the list of hip-hop hot spots to throw into your raps. 

  • 7 years ago | Interviews

    There comes a crucial moment in every musician's life when he must decide what instrument to play. The obvious choice is usually guitar, because everybody wants to be a sweaty rock god. But some people go with drums or bass or even piano. However,...

  • 7 years ago | Concerts

    Most 21 year olds don't spend their days traveling around the world, performing their songs for crowds of adoring fans while collaborating with some of the biggest names in the music industry. 

But Cris Cab is not most 21 year olds....

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