photo by Justin Namon, www.thepopnessparty.comTo read past installments of South Florida According to Brooklyn, click here. This week I'm just gonna shoot off at the mouth. I want to talk about loyalty. And I don't mean this to sound like bitching or complaining -- I'm just talking about a top ... More >>
Photo by Shigeo Kikuchi, via www.agnosticfront.comNew York City hardcore legends Agnostic Front definitely still bring it: They're still as loud and confrontational as always, even with their wrinkles, gray hair, and degenerating vision. Well-into-their-50s principals Roger Miret (vocals) and Vinnie ... More >>
Any knucklehead with DSL and a laptop can now make an electronic track. With a half hour of clicking and fiddling, you can sample enough cheesy beats and mashups to clog arteries from here to Berlin. Simple dropdown mouse maneuvers can transform electro tracks into progressive house tracks (from d ... More >>
Matt & KimNodzz and Matt & KimThe Converse/Kill Your Idols space at the Marcy Building, the Design District, MiamiThe Gossip After DarkO.H.W.O.W., MiamiThursday, Dec. 4Better Than: Anything else you could have been doing for free, without a guest list hassle, last night.The Review:Well, as ... More >>
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DVD chronicles the life of the Minutemen.
Riley rejuvenates a tradition.
Pinback can fight pigeonholing, but it can't fight popularity.
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My Chemical Romance
Audit In Progress (Swami)
Southern Flaw is a killer band first, fuck-ups second
Henry Rollins redeems himself for dollars... and sense
Don't expect Exene Cervenka to drag X quietly into the future
What's the Henry Rollins alternative to war? Talk. And more talk.
Quiet down, Mom. These boys have jobs.
Hank III sells his rock 'n' roll soul to sing like Granddad
The Misfits and a lone Ramone rock the Culture Room