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  • Stonefox

    published July 2, 2009

    Ready for some proselytizing? Stonefox is one of the current saviors of South Florida rock. That's a lot to heap on a trio of guys in their... More >>

  • Phoenecia

    published July 2, 2009

    Nothing about the Fourth of July exactly screams "clanging, experimental electronic noise" ­— but then again, the elusive,... More >>

  • Fatboy Slim

    published June 18, 2009

    Fatboy Slim will be forever preserved in the mainstream pop-culture annals as that funk soul brother who all but left so-called "electronica"... More >>

  • The Cosmic Twins Land

    published June 18, 2009

    South Florida techno lovers, listen up. Pornograph Events has one hell of a double booking lined up this Saturday, with legends Derrick May and... More >>

  • Welcome Back, Norton

    published June 18, 2009

    It's unclear whether the big, bad economy can be blamed for the less-than-full turnout at Jim Norton's South Beach Comedy Festival gig last... More >>

  • Astari Nite and Old Wives Tale

    published June 4, 2009

    Friday night's weekly Flamingo Fridays party at PS14 marks the first show there in a while for Miami foursome Astari Nite. The band has... More >>

  • London Calling

    published June 4, 2009

    Yes, there are more local band battles than you can shake a stick at, but the Fort Lauderdale-based Ghost of Gloria is poised, possibly, to win a... More >>

  • The Mission Veo

    published May 28, 2009

    The local fivesome the Mission Veo specializes in a dripping-black variety of dance rock, shot through with tribal drumbeats,... More >>

  • King of the Dogs

    published May 28, 2009

    Sometime in the past few years, between digesting French literature and watching birds alight on the placid South Florida waters, Iggy Pop, the... More >>

  • Goldcure

    published May 21, 2009

    Austin quartet Goldcure plays a straightforward blend of indie-ish pop-rock, but the Texas still comes through. Guitars are bright,... More >>

  • Upward Climb

    published May 21, 2009

    Out of the countless towns he's played during his band's national tours, Sammy Gonzalez, bassist for local trio Jacob's Ladder, still prefers... More >>

  • The Vibrators

    published May 14, 2009

    When the mainstream media and trendies of yore decided, in the late 1970s, that punk version 1.0 was over, the Vibrators never got the memo.... More >>

  • The Grammy Celebration Tour

    published May 7, 2009

    If you missed out on scoring tickets to her recent sold-out show at Revolution or you somehow just can't get enough of Katy Perry, you're in... More >>

  • Emo-Punk Heroes Saves the Day Play Revolution

    published May 7, 2009

    Chris Conley, the creative force behind long-running New Jersey quartet Saves the Day, is a man who knows disappointment and loss. In fact,... More >>

  • People From Venus

    published April 30, 2009

    People From Venus may be one of the most aptly named bands on the local circuit — it can seem, at certain musical moments, as though the... More >>

  • Big Bang Radio

    published April 30, 2009

    This might take some strain, considering the Twitter-fueled micro-attention-span of early 2k9, but think hard back to 2007. Did you watch a lot... More >>

  • Funker Vogt With Cyanide Regime

    published April 16, 2009

    Lately, Respectable Street's seemed to turn into a last haven for darker subcultures in South Florida. It hosts a monthly steampunk social and... More >>

  • Joe Cocker

    published April 16, 2009

    The songman born John Robert Cocker has always possessed a grittier, more soulful voice than anyone would expect from a northern Brit. But a... More >>

  • Joe Cocker

    published April 16, 2009

    The songman born John Robert Cocker has always possessed a grittier, more soulful voice than anyone would expect from a northern Brit. But a fan... More >>

  • Malevolent Creation With Kalakai, Maruta, Upheaval, and Behold the Ruins

    published April 9, 2009

    Originally from Buffalo, New York, in the late '80s Malevolent Creation flew south and quickly became ensconced in the Sunshine State's hugely... More >>

  • Silverstein With Norma Jean, blessthefall, and Before Their Eyes

    published April 9, 2009

    Although they're forerunners of the post-post-post-hardcore generation, like so many of their peers, the guys of the Canadian quintet... More >>

  • New Found Glory Never Fades

    published April 9, 2009

    Unlike many so-called independent acts of late, the South Florida-birthed quintet New Found Glory never wanted to be the next big thing. The... More >>

  • As Tall as Lions

    published March 26, 2009

    As Tall as Lions' self-titled, 2006 sophomore album was one of that year's most overlooked. That's a shame, because the Long Island, New... More >>

  • Get Physical With Booka Shade

    published March 26, 2009

    The international dance-floor domination of the German electro-house duo Booka Shade as well as that of the record label they cofounded, Get... More >>

  • Old Wives' Tale

    published March 19, 2009

    The Weston-based indie up-and-comers Old Wives' Tale are nothing if not professional — the band's entire existence argues further for the... More >>

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