This past Saturday, fourteen homebrewers, either through clubs, small groups, or individuals, entered the Mardi Gras Casino's First Annual Homebrew Beer Competition, a BJCP certified event taking place track-side at the Hallandale Beach casino. All of the brewers were looking to win the coveted firs ... More >>
It might be the understatement of the decade to say Florida Atlantic University has had a rough six months. By the time you're done reading this post, an FAU faculty member will probably be accused of murdering puppies or colluding with North Korea. See also: -FAU "Jesus Stomp" Instructor Deandre ... More >>
The emotive local solo guy made a splash at Dada with Viva Le Vox.
After 12 years, South Florida's best pop-punk export is still going strong.
The Postmarks leave their stamp with a new album and prove they're more than one-hit wonders
Is honesty the best policy? Just ask the members of Underoath, a fractious hardcore Christian band that lit up the Billboard charts.
Ernesto wimped out, but a hurricane of drinking made up for it.
Helping a young genre grow up.
Maybe but Dave Melillo's all songwriter.
Eleven years later and Ray's Downtown is still standing.
Uncle Sam's has some lofty ideas about live music.
Grab your guns, and get in the pit
These days, John Ralston is exceedingly prolific. But there's more to the story than that.
Take combustible hip-hop, add a dash of indie pop, and watch the jaws drop
Stickshift Lover struggles to escape the tar pits of its past
Coe and Co. jump off the wagon and into the van
Ranking and filing our Local Top Ten
Don't worry that it's not good enough for anyone else to hear
Selling out in style with Florida's fountain of youth, Poison the Well
One of Clematis Street's hippest hangouts could use a handout
Don't expect Exene Cervenka to drag X quietly into the future
Two demises -- one real, one metaphorical -- have made this a tough month in the music scene
But he still wants to get with you, and your sister
Passengers got on and off, but Pompano's Further Seems Forever finally arrives
Terrors and Squelchers at Churchill's, oh my!
Sidblu contracts a nasty case of exploding drummer syndrome
Poulain's Isaac Lekach caught in tristate orchestral-pop spree
The Get Up Kids' growing pains are felt mostly by their fans
Shed no crocodile tears for Alligator Alley, 'cause it's back
Jonah Matranga scribbles his emo stylings
River City High is rocking out right this very minute. No doubt about it.
Pain and suffering only strengthen the Remedy Session's resolve to rock
Punk politics and shady business deals leave Eulogy Records boss John Wylie wiser
Blast from the Past