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  • 9 years ago | Concerts

    "It's been ten years since we played together," Groovenics' bassist Pete Carmichael says via telephone of the six-member Palm Beach nü-metal band that rocked, rapped, and shredded in South Florida venues from its inception in 1993 to its true...

  • 10 years ago | Concerts

    It's been slightly less than a year since four-piece indie rock band Goolsby played its final South Florida show at Propaganda in Lake Worth. After that musical farewell, 23-year-old frontman Paul Simundich packed up and headed to the Northeast, w...

  • 10 years ago | Music News

    Proof that seduction in reverse is still seduction is Nashville-based Those Darlins' "Be Your Bro" video. Backed by the second track off their sophomore album, Screws Get Loose, three bona fide babes and a lean male drummer devolve from lingerie-c...

  • 10 years ago | Music News

    Mike Sniper is ready to dispense with his reputation as a dark, enigmatic figure. Up to this point, his persona — complete with his face shrouded deep within a hoodie like a Sith Lord during performances — has been as muddled as his ly...

  • 10 years ago | Concerts

    Last September, Boynton Beach indie band Your Umbrella performed at Propaganda, the group's first show at a serious local venue. Frontman/songwriter 22-year-old Daniel Demosthenes, backed by 17-year-old drummer Mike Taylor and 22-year-old bassist ...

  • 10 years ago | Concerts

    Few MCs these days would want to describe anything that would deflate their larger-than-life images. But if commercial rap is aimed at selling product to the masses, Protoman aims to actually be relatable to the masses. Protoman rhymes for the Eve...

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