8 days ago | Concerts
Free concerts at a racetrack usually have connotations of washed up good time oldie bands who are a quarter century past their glory years. So it was a pleasant surprise for South Florida hipsters, Thursday evening, when James Murphy took the stag...
11 days ago | Arts
Donald Trump is probably the funniest comedian of 2015, but his biggest impact in the world of comedy might be that he convinced Gallagher to shave off his trademark mustache for the first time in 40 years so he could imitate the bombastic preside...
18 days ago | Concerts
Started in 1987 out of the ashes of a Ministry tour, My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult (or if you’re into the whole brevity thing TKK) have been blasting catchy industrial dance music for nearly 30 years. Songs like “Sex on Wheelz” ...
23 days ago | Concerts
If you drove around Miami in the 1990s, you probably remember the name DJ Ballistic Billy. At 7 and 9 on the dot every night on Power 96, he would play his mixes, mashing up rock with hip-hop and house. Though he found himself broadcasting on a ma...
24 days ago | Interviews
When New Times last spoke to local synth-pop duo Eons, keyboardist Matt Gossman told us emphatically “rock is dead." The duo's new six song EP Serene Machine, out August 7, proves that musical philosophy hasn’t changed. The dreamy dance soundtrack...
1 month ago | Concert Review
The Smashing Pumpkins and Marilyn Manson Bayfront Park Amphitheatre Wednesday, July 22, 2015 Better Than: If you went to a Kiss/Cheap Trick co-headlining tour in 1995. In their peak years The Smashing Pumpkins and Marilyn Manson would have never t...