Zach Schlein is the former arts and music editor for Miami New Times. Originally from Montville, New Jersey, he holds a BA in political science from the University of Florida and writes primarily about music, culture, and clubbing, with a healthy dose of politics whenever possible. He has been published in The Hill, Mixmag, Time Out Miami, and City Gazettes.
1 year ago | Music Festivals
The specter of an invisible deadly pathogen floated over the proceedings of last weekend's Okeechobee Music Festival like sarin gas.
1 year ago | Sports
Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show producers are looking to hire about 600 South Floridians to assist in staging this year's show, starring Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.
2 years ago | Music Festivals
Following a quiet 2019, Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival (OMF) is poised to make a comeback in 2020. Rumors have been swirling for months about the festival's return, but thanks to public records and sources, it's become clear the portal will be o...
3 years ago | Interviews
By any measure of success, Little Dragon has had an enviable career. Since its formation in 1996, the Gothenburg, Sweden-based synth-pop band has traveled the world, cultivated a devoted following, and collaborated with its musical heroes, as well...
3 years ago | Concerts
Even as the world’s tilted off its axis and freakish aberrations have occurred with increasing regularity, there are thankfully still a few natural laws that have held firm; just as water is wet and grass is green, They Might Be Giants are still r...
3 years ago | Music News
After a triumphant decade, Kendrick Lamar and the Top Dawg Entertainment roster will swing by South Florida this summer.