<< Previous Page  |  1  |  ...  |  222  |  ...  |  444  |  ...  |  615  |  616  |  617  |  ...  |  666  |  ...  |  888  |  Next Page >> 12301 - 12320 of 17759

  • Article

    Throwback Tuesdays: Cynic - "I'm But a Wave To...."

    Cynic was a Miami-based band started just over 20 years ago by frontman Paul Masvidal and drummer Sean Reinert. Thanks to soon-ensuing series of technical, sweeping metal demos, by 1991 the band had landed a major deal with Roadrunner Records. But of...

    @ County Grind by Arielle Castillo on June 17, 2008 @ 9:55 am
  • Article

    Langerado Moves to Miami

    For the second time in as many years, the Langerado Music Festival is on the move. In a news release sent out last week, the festival organizers announced that the three-day event will be held March 6-8 at Bicentennial Park in Miami next year. It's...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on September 25, 2008
  • Rollins Brand - Rock 'n' roll maverick Henry Rollins talks politics and the upcoming election

    Article

    Rollins Brand - Rock 'n' roll maverick Henry Rollins talks politics and the upcoming election

    It's something of an understatement to say that Henry Rollins is one of the hardest-working men in show business. For the past quarter century, he's averaged more than 100 shows a year in more countries than most people can identify on a map, and he...

    by John Hood on September 25, 2008
  • Booze for the Cause - Sometimes the best way to show respect is with shots and beers

    Article

    Booze for the Cause - Sometimes the best way to show respect is with shots and beers

    I was sitting at the kitchen table eating a bowl of cinnamon oatmeal. Nothing special, but that's what I was doing the morning of September 11, 2001. That day of infamy is one of those indelible events. Like the Kennedy assassination, no one forg...

    by Tara Nieuwesteeg on September 25, 2008
  • Hep Cat Boo Daddies

    Article

    Hep Cat Boo Daddies

    There used to be a time when South Florida was a haven for good, ol'-fashioned rock 'n' roll, not just old-timey stuff that was stuck in a time warp. Rootsy Americana bands could make a living here, and crowds appreciated them for their efforts. For...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on September 25, 2008
  • Laika & the Cosmonauts

    Article

    Laika & the Cosmonauts

    Once upon a time, grasshopper, instrumental rock bands were common. Groups like the Ventures, Champs, Shadows, Dick Dale, and (the occasionally vocal) Link Wray & the Raymen rocked both sides of the Atlantic waithout the "benefit" of a singer. (The W...

    by Mark Keresman on September 25, 2008
  • Blessed and Highly Favored - Blues siren Shemekia Copeland gets soulful

    Article

    Blessed and Highly Favored - Blues siren Shemekia Copeland gets soulful

    Shemekia Copeland is a woman who knows the blues. She grew up listening to it every night as a child in Harlem at a time when most of her friends were stuck on hip-hop. "I used to get in trouble when I was a kid for coming to school singing dirty Ko...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on September 25, 2008
  • Blowfly

    Article

    Blowfly

    It's a sure sign that an album is nasty when it takes a strong stomach just to review it. Miami-bred rapper Blowfly's latest release, Live at the Platypussery, is just that type of hilariously crass disc. It was recorded live in Melbourne, Australia...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on September 25, 2008
  • Kicks and Sweat - Rahsaan focuses on good rhymes and fresh apparel

    Article

    Kicks and Sweat - Rahsaan focuses on good rhymes and fresh apparel

    Within local hip-hop circles, there seems to be a resurgence lately of quality MC-ing, both in the live setting and on new album releases. South Florida has never been known for having a strong hip-hop scene (and it still doesn't), but individually, ...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on September 25, 2008
  • Article

    Subterranean Finds - Digging below the surface to discover some exceptional new sounds

    Patrick Bloom Moses Memorable melodies, haunting refrains, and breathtaking performances find Moses echoing the influences of earlier pop prophets. No matter that Bloom hails from Iowa -- here's an album etched in the tradition of Jackson Brow...

    by Lee Zimmerman on September 25, 2008
  • Article

    La Barraca

    The posing bull, the spotlights -- I would have missed it all if not for the flamenco sneaking out through a crack in the door. It probably happens a lot, since La Barraca is best-known for its tapas, paella, and other Spanish cuisine favorites. Wha...

    by Bryan Falla on September 25, 2008
  • Metallica

    Article

    Metallica

    Metallica didn't commit its biggest sin when it exposed its dirty laundry in gory, self-indulgent detail in the 2003 film Some Kind of Monster. No, Metallica disgraced itself 12 years earlier on the wretched "Black Album," when it abandoned the thras...

    by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on September 25, 2008
  • Lee "Scratch" Perry

    Article

    Lee "Scratch" Perry

    Onstage and in interviews, Lee "Scratch" Perry's persona is a mix of giddy surrealism, folk wisdom, apocalyptic theology, and simple crudity (fart jokes, raw sex talk, etc.). Although there's fun to be had in listening to him ramble, when you unpack ...

    by Phil Freeman on September 25, 2008
  • NOMO

    Article

    NOMO

    Ann Arbor's futuristic Afrobeat group NOMO sure knows how to fling out expectations and stereotypes. Just two years ago, critics and anyone in ear range were justifiably lumping this nine-person collective as a group of Fela followers and putting the...

    by Jonathan Cunningham on September 25, 2008
  • Article

    Nelly

    Few musicians were as popular as Nelly at the beginning of the decade. His debut, Country Grammar, came out of nowhere in 2000 to sell more than 9 million copies, popularizing the St. Louis sing-songy rap sound in the process. His 2002 follow-up, Ne...

    by Ben Westhoff on September 25, 2008
  • Article

    The Sword

    The buzz surrounding the release of Metallica's new album has centered on one -- and only one -- argument: Does Death Magnetic succeed in its attempt to recapture Metallica's glory days? The answer, as most discerning music fans know, is irrelevant....

    by Jason Ferguson on September 25, 2008
  • Article

    Jahfe

    If you're in the West Palm Beach area this Thursday and looking for a dose of culture, the seven-piece band known as Jahfe (which means "creation" in Creole) is bringing its reggae musical vibes to Clematis by Night. Dreadlocked singers Sasha Sanon,...

    by Lady English on September 25, 2008
  • Article

    Racist slurs and drug nods: more Amy Winehouse home video horror

    @ County Grind by Jonathan Cunningham on June 16, 2008 @ 1:03 pm
  • Article

    Last Night: Mudhoney at Churchill's

    Mudhoney With Birds of Avalon and the Getback Friday, June 13, 2008 Churchill's Pub, Miami Better Than: Most other new-jack "indie" shows I've seen in the past couple of months. The Review: I was originally going to take a vacation from scribbling...

    @ County Grind by Arielle Castillo on June 16, 2008 @ 12:40 pm
  • Article

    Last Night: The Cure at the BankAtlantic Center

    Last Night: The Cure Friday, June 13, 2008 BankAtlantic Center Better Than: Explaining to your parents why straight guys can wear lipstick. Diehard fans of the Cure were in luck this Friday the 13th when the band performed a set lasting more than ...

    @ County Grind by Jonathan Cunningham on June 16, 2008 @ 10:30 am
<< Previous Page  |  1  |  ...  |  222  |  ...  |  444  |  ...  |  615  |  616  |  617  |  ...  |  666  |  ...  |  888  |  Next Page >> 12301 - 12320 of 17759
Miami Concert Tickets

Concert Calendar

  • October
  • Wed
    1
  • Thu
    2
  • Fri
    3
  • Sat
    4
  • Sun
    5
  • Mon
    6
  • Tue
    7

Join My Voice Nation for free stuff, music info & more!

Loading...