Sounds pretty simple, right? Well, it’s not. That’s why Miami’s The Hongs do it so well. They leverage their members’ talents to do so. In 2008, Jamaican-born musician Gordon Myers got this multinational group together and set out to make good music people can dance to, and they’ve managed to become one of the most popular bands in Miami’s music scene.
The Heineken TransAtlantic Music Festival showcases the sound of the world right now. The weekend line-up includes live performances by locals such as The Hongs and Krisp, plus a few pretty spectacular international acts like Bajofondo and Bomba Estereo.
Tropicult is showcasing the sounds of the festival online for new and loyal readers alike AND we’re giving away a pair of tickets (see: Page 3).
We’re happy to announce a partnership with The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater right in time for TWO super fun shows, Coheed & Cambria and Tenacious D. Not only will we keep you up to date with what The Fillmore has in store but we’ll also bring you the latest scoop on the musical talent, reviews, photo galleries and best of all – Tropicult will be giving away tickets to our you, our loyal readers!
A couple of weeks ago we reposted “It’s Never Easy” via Off The Radar - the first Modernage track released in four years!!!
Today, we’re happy to release to the world their second single – “Bullets.”
We also managed to slip frontman Mario Giancarlo and Xavier Alexander (guitar/keys) a few questions, surely some of the same ones on everybody’s mind, regarding the Modernage hiatus and return. Continue Reading
Post-punk, psychedelic rock star band Crocodiles just released their third full-length album Endless Flowers. After spending serious time in the recording studio they are now relishing in the summer sun with nothing but open roads ahead.
On Friday, July 20th, the road brings Crocodiles back to Miami for a much anticipated encore performance.