23 hours ago | Interviews
Josh Simkowitz has written fifty songs in the year and a half since he took up the moniker Chaucer. "I have a song in my head, but they usually come out as a different song than I thought they would," the ultra-prolific Palm Beach native tell...
9 days ago | Concerts
"You know how on Facebook you get these sponsored messages? I kept getting an ad for Ted Nugent's show at Pompano Beach Amphitheater," Tony Landa, bassist for Humbert, tells us. "One day after seeing it I yelled, 'Fuck Ted Nugent!' and then I thou...
13 days ago | Concerts
In every screenwriting 101 class, they'll tell you drama is easy — it's comedy that is hard. You can multiply that adage by 69 when you're talking about songwriting. Over the last 30 years, musicians like Beck and the Beastie Boys have dippe...
23 days ago | Concerts
Visual artist Monica McGivern and musician-about-town Alexandre "Booty" Merbouti are a little like Bennifer and Brangelina. Their band, Miami art rockers Mo' Booty, got its name when the pair decided to join forces. "Monica lived for a couple mont...
27 days ago | Concerts
After years of changing the classic rock station whenever one of their songs came on, it wasn't until four songs into their set at Perfect Vodka Amphitheater last night that I could fully appreciate Steely Dan. We were midway through "Hey Nineteen...
1 month ago | Concerts
For a lot of rock stars, headlining a show at Bayfront Park is just another gig at just another amphitheater — a very hot and humid amphitheater, but an amphitheater nonetheless. For Dashboard Confessional's Chris Carrabba, though, it brings back ...