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2005 Stories by Kiran Aditham

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  • Homeward Bound

    published December 8, 2005

    The ornate, "home life meets night life" opulence of South Beach's Mansion has seen its fair share of DJ-led debauchery in the past two years.... More >>

  • All Cox

    published October 27, 2005

    A giant among giants in the dance scene -- literally and figuratively -- Carl Cox might just be the most renowned techno DJ in the world.... More >>

  • Born to Break

    published September 29, 2005

    Though techno elitists constantly write breakbeat off as lightweight tripe, the backlash hasn't fazed DJ Icey and Baby Anne one bit.... More >>

  • Clue to Kalo

    published September 22, 2005

    The sad truth is that there's no term better than the overused folktronica to describe Aussie songwriter Mark Mitchell's menagerie of... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published July 7, 2005

    According to the title of his latest album, Steve Porter's dance music is Homegrown, but his funky, progressive house sound is... More >>

  • Dark Matter

    published June 30, 2005

    If Alkaline Trio is truly the savior of punk rock, if the band really lives up to its rabid, fan-fueled glorification, you wouldn't know it... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published June 30, 2005

    While it isn't easy toiling in Sasha's immense shadow, it doesn't hurt to be allied with the dance icon either. Just ask his Ibiza countryman... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published June 23, 2005

    At 36 years old, Davie native Mitchell Waas is an elder statesman of South Florida's dance community. While the fickle ravers have come and gone... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published June 9, 2005

    If the name Mike Miro isn't yet on the tip of clubgoers' tongues, it soon will be. Once a faithful visitor to the Edge (now Revolution)... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published May 26, 2005

    Memorial Day's a time of remembrance, but for many of us daily grinders, it also means a welcome long weekend perfect for hitting the beach or... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published May 19, 2005

    Chicago native Ryan Raddon was weaned on '80s new wave, but he chose his city's monumentally influential house scene as his sonic muse. The... More >>

  • Putting the Ghost in the Machine

    published May 5, 2005

    "The whole message of our music is 'be a better person,'" Ronan Harris says. "Do good things and make the world a better place, without... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published May 5, 2005

    Just when you thought you were out, they pull you back in! Proving the worth of its name, snazzy Las Olas nightspot Karma Lounge is now... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published April 28, 2005

    If you remember the 1993 Robin Williams movie of the same name, you know what to expect from Jumanji, a seven-hour, beat-laden bacchanal... More >>

  • Urine for It

    published April 21, 2005

    With its constant genre-swirling theatrics, New York City's Mindless Self Indulgence has always been on the outer fringes of popular music.... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published April 21, 2005

    "In the early '90s, clubs like Kitchen and Nemesis pioneered new [goth-industrial] music," DJ Paul KLoV says. "Today's scene is falling apart.... More >>

  • Seek and Destroy

    published April 14, 2005

    Arguably the hardest-working band in South Florida returns home after a triumphant showcase at this year's South by Southwest Festival. Garage 'n'... More >>

  • Is that a California roll in your pocket, or are you just happy sashimi?

    published April 14, 2005

    Isaac Alexander, whether he admits to it or not, is a key hipster in Broward's nightlife strata. But the Crush founder's new venture adds a... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published April 7, 2005

    Take a look and you'll find it: Fort Lauderdale nightlife is well-established, and the city's got its own real culture. But we're not talking... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published March 31, 2005

    It seems that the raves of the past have devolved into more streamlined lounge fare or $30-a-head South Beach outings. But like a strobe-induced... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published March 24, 2005

    Yes, it's the end of March and the Winter Music Conference is set to monopolize South Beach again with nonstop beats broadcast through the... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published March 17, 2005

    Electro has undergone several deviations since the dawn of Kraftwerk's cold pulse, from the "Planet Rock" of Afrika Bambaataa to synth-pop to... More >>

  • Music Theory

    published March 10, 2005

    Though its former home was Christian-tinged emo label Tooth and Nail, it'd be naive to call the Juliana Theory Christian rock. Like other... More >>

  • The Deep End

    published March 10, 2005

    Alongside his Planet of the Drums accomplices Dieselboy and AK1200, New York-based DJ Dara is one of the preeminent figures in American drum 'n'... More >>

  • It's the Magic Number

    published March 3, 2005

    For those bred on the mid-'90s Florida rave scene, the name DJ Three is synonymous with late-night/early-morning euphoria. A long-time... More >>

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