Inside a utilitarian Knights of Columbus hall on a lonely street in Coral Gables November 25, an assortment of young musicians congregated, anxious for an opportunity to set up equipment and bash out two songs apiece. Bassists, guitarists, singers, drummers, and various synth-tweakers stacked up like jetliners waiting for clearance to land. The conditions were nothing if not bare-bones: On the main stage at the end of the room, groups played under bare white or red lights. They fared better than those acts consigned to a smaller setup on the fringe of the floor, which had... More >>>