By Kyle Pineda Last Tuesday, the Black Angels brought their brand of haunting Texan psychedelia to South Florida, playing in front of a full Grand Central crowd. While it seems as if psychedelic music has been part of a never…
Too long has Miami waited for the stimulating psychedelic experience that is to grace us on February 25th. Austin’s best, The Black Angels, are coming straight to Grand Central and they are touring with the one and only Roky Erickson from the legendary 13th Floor Elevators.
Born in Miami but made in New York, Debbie Harry came to town in support of the Blondie 4(0) Ever Tour and was greeted by the mass of fifty somethings who were excited to hear their favorite new wave tunes. To their credit, Blondie delivered just what the doctor ordered: a setlist featuring tracks ranging from their forty year career, mixing in hits and newer songs off their most recent album, Ghosts of Download.
On Wednesday, March 26th, 2014 set sail with the Masters at Work aboard the exquisite Lady Windridge Yacht in Miami for what is sure to be one of the most exclusive gatherings of the Winter Music Conference. Set aboard a…
Toro y Moi at Grand Central is SOLD OUT and now Tropicult is showing y’all some love by giving away two free tickets to the show! You can win by following the instructions below.
As DIY as gluing studs and Dead Kennedy patches on your denim jacket, cutting up Joy Division t-shirts or sporting peroxide-blonde Blondie hair comes The Garret’s new Thursday night party for Generation BLANK. Degeneration is equal parts rock and roll, post-punk, and indie dance sprinkled with some of the classics that are sure to get you pogo-ing like the young, angsty teenager you used to be. No bollocks, just dance!
The 12th Heineken TransAtlantic Festival is set to kick-off on Wednesday, April 2nd with a free launch party at Blackbird Ordinary featuring live sets in the patio stage by local favorites, Eagle Chief (formerly Arboles Libres) and Hunters of the Alps. On Friday, April 4th the festival takes over the North Beach Bandshell with performances by Astro [Chile], Esteman [Colombia], and Miami’s own Tremends [Miami]. The next day, Saturday, April 5th the festival presents performances by Bombino [Niger], Courtney John Project [Jamaica], Afrobeta [Miami].
Got a chance to catch Miami band Cog Nomen at last week’s Electric City Fest and I was blown away. They were the first band playing at 3 PM, so there was not too many people there yet, but they played their heart out which is sometimes hard to do in those situations.
Miami darkwave band Astari Nite are getting ready to release new album ‘Stereo Waltz’ this month. Recently, they released new single “I.O. 1987″ and OTR was one of the first places where you could hear it. In case you missed it, we’re reblogging for you, our loyal readers…
Ah, the top-whatever list at the end of the year. A silly, subjective thing but the kids seem to love it so here we go.