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2009 Stories by Arielle Castillo

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  • The Original Wailers

    published March 19, 2009

    With Bob Marley at the helm in the late 1970s, the Wailers reengineered the reggae blueprint on Exodus by embracing pop, funk, and R&B... More >>

  • Mad Rockets and the Freakin Hott

    published March 12, 2009

    Although based in sunny Fort Lauderdale, the foursome of the Mad Rockets channel the grit of Motor City in their dirt-under-the-fingernails... More >>

  • Indie Invasion From Miami

    published March 12, 2009

    With the exception of the always-awesome power poppers the Pretty Faces from Boca, Saturday's show at Respectable Street is billed as an "indie... More >>

  • Fischerspooner

    published March 12, 2009

    Dirty Hairy, the latest South Beach party promoted by a cohort of downtown kids, prides itself in being over-the-top. Its setting, LIV, is an... More >>

  • Post-Hardcore Titans Thursday Headline the Taste of Chaos Tour at Revolution

    published March 12, 2009

    As frontman of the New Jersey band Thursday, Geoff Rickly helped pioneer many of the main motifs of today's landscape of contemporary... More >>

  • Gene Loves Jezebel

    published February 26, 2009

    True, Gene Loves Jezebel hails from the United Kingdom and hit a peak with moody songs in the 1980s while wearing spackled-on makeup and plenty... More >>

  • Justin Nozuka

    published February 19, 2009

    New York-born, Toronto-raised singer/songwriter Justin Nozuka boasts an entertainment-world pedigree that will perhaps forever haunt him in... More >>

  • Storming the Gates

    published February 19, 2009

    It's hard to overstate the influence of the long-running Norwegian band Satyricon on the world's extreme heavy-metal scene. Its tenacity alone... More >>

  • The Postmarks and John Ralston

    published February 12, 2009

    Friday's show at Respectable Street Café features two of the finest local acts to break out of Broward and Palm Beach counties: John... More >>

  • Black Tide

    published February 12, 2009

    The last time the Miami-born quartet Black Tide made it back to South Florida was September, when the foursome played a date at Revolution on... More >>

  • Streetlight Manifesto

    published February 5, 2009

    New Jersey's Streetlight Manifesto deserves a couple of props. First, for still carrying the torch of third-wave ska as it was largely played... More >>

  • Tom Goes to Revolution

    published February 5, 2009

    A large portion of you reading this will have no idea who Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim are. The rest of you, however, probably exist in... More >>

  • The Machine

    published January 29, 2009

    Hardcore Pink Floyd fans are exactly that – deeply, sometimes scarily knowledgeable about their favorite band and sticklers for accuracy... More >>

  • 3 Doors Down

    published January 29, 2009

    Whether music snobs like it or not, the Mississippi-birthed, meat-and-potatoes rock act 3 Doors Down has survived – and thrived –... More >>

  • Rod Stewart

    published January 22, 2009

    It's easy to crack a joke at ol' Rod the Mod's expense — sure, sadly, the lingering image many casual music fans have of him is of his... More >>

  • Celine Dion

    published January 22, 2009

    There is little left to say about the singular Celine Dion that anyone who has ever been near a radio or has ever shopped anywhere doesn't know... More >>

  • Yo Majesty

    published January 15, 2009

    Little, it seems, can stop the improbable Tampa-based female party-rap juggernaut that is Yo Majesty. Not even the occasional near-implosion of... More >>

  • Love She Wrote and Fallen From the Sky

    published January 8, 2009

    Pat yourself on the back for attending Saturday's early evening, all-ages extravaganza at Revolution. It's sponsored by Music Saves Lives, a... More >>

  • Miami According to Brooklyn

    published January 8, 2009

    "Brooklyn," as the current day manager of the Vagabond in downtown Miami is known, has done and seen it all around the South Florida music... More >>

  • Inked and Loud

    published January 8, 2009

    Beyond the unending, dentist-office-like whir of hundreds of tattoo needles buzzing on and off, the Miami Tattoo Expo will feature another... More >>

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