6 months ago | Concerts
Wynwood during a Second Saturday art walk might poetically be described as a veritable Dionysian bacchanal of now sound and inner vision. Or, less poetically, as the loudest party in the largest outdoor street museum in the world. This night is un...
7 months ago | Interviews
Four years, three albums, and a good thousand shows later, Georgia's most roarsome quintet, Manchester Orchestra, returns to our neck of the hoods after last playing Revolution Live in 2010. But whereas it once performed back-to-back opening slots...
9 months ago | Concerts
South Floridians too often forget that this country has much of its roots in Country. Heck, as last week's New Times interview made plain, even T-Pain is down with the twang. Of course, the folks who hit the Davie Pro Rodeo stay in the know, as do...
10 months ago | Interviews
To say that T-Pain's upcoming Drankin Patna Tour is a natural part of the Tallahassee-bred hitmaker's progression is kinda like saying strippers dig it when rappers make it rain. Both are perfectly true, of course. But neither takes into account t...
5 years ago | Music News
When the Swell Season took the stage at the 2008 Oscars, the then-relatively-little-known band's appearance seemed incongruous. Instead, the two triumphed. And the occasion proved that in the end, a good song can win the day; it just needs to be h...
5 years ago | Concerts
John HoodThe story goes like this:A few of the principals behind Miami's New World Symphony were sitting around discussing their dream of building a combination campus/concert hall that would be large enough to handle an ever-increasing cr...