5 months ago | Interviews
Lumar LeBlanc clearly doesn’t abide by the old adage “Show, don’t tell.” Oh, The Soul Rebels’ leader probably won’t bother to say so; not in so many words, anyway. He doesn’t need to. Because instead of fretting what shows, he’s already telling yo...
6 months ago | Interviews
In a just world, we would hear Gang of Four's "Damaged Goods" on American classic-rock radio as often as the Clash's "London Calling." Both songs take cues from varying aspects of the British day-to-day (a Morrison's supermarket slogan and BBC Rad...
11 months ago | Concerts
Like talent, it can’t be taught. Like the wind, it can’t be caught. And like cool, it can’t be bought. Not at any price. It can’t be bottled, it can’t be boxed, and it won’t go in your pocket. It can’t be touched either, but it wants to be touchin...
1 year 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...
2 years 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...
2 years 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...