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George FloydMiami Protest
Award-winning, and Miami based photographer Jonathan DeCamps photographs movements like the George Floyd protest on June 30th, 2020. See pictures on Tropicult.com.
Mekronium atKryptonite 13
Marcelo Salup wows again with up close and personal photographs of Mekronium taken at Churchills Metal Festival. So close you can see the blood.
Blank TapesHeadlineBumblefest 2019
The Blank Tapes is the moniker of Los Angeles & Joshua Tree based multi-instrumentalist, Matt Adams, who has produced over a dozen albums of 1960’s inspired folk-rock-surf-psych-soul-pop on Volcom, Burger Records, Antenna Farm, and others. The band will headline Bumblefest 2019 in West Palm Beach. Read the interview with Tropicult.
ChanchaVia Circuitoon Digital Folklore& Traveling the Andes
We caught up with electronic producer and musician Chancha Via Circuito at his recent show in Austin and chatted about the folklore digital scene in Buenos Aires, touring the U.S, and Andean instruments.
Behind The MusicAbove the Skyline
Above the Skyline is back with a new line-up, a stronger sound, and a brand new album. I got the chance to sit down with the Homestead-based band and talk about what to expect for this upcoming year.
Speaking InCinemawith Local Women Filmmakers
Earlier this month, Miami Beach Cinematheque with the support of the Knight Foundation, launched the seventh installment of the filmmaker discussion series, “Speaking In Cinema”. The series engage audiences in the appreciation and analysis of cinema as language and art, rather than escapist entertainment. In the past, the bi-monthly event has featured a local film critic, an out-of-town film critic, and a guest filmmaker. This year, they highlighted the works of three different Miami-based filmmakers at each installment, led by a visiting film expert, Filmmaker Magazine Editor in Chief Scott Macaulay.
Today we will introduce you to three of the filmmakers chosen.
How to SurviveYour First Hackathon
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THE Magic City'sVanishing Venues Act
Miami became the “Magic City” in the early 1900’s due to its rapid development, apparently rising out of the sea as a full blown city seemingly overnight. But now, that same rapidity is perverting the soul of the city and performing a vanishing act with our most vibrant and historical entertainment venues.
DISCLAIMER: I am just another local artist but unlike transplanted locals, I was born and raised in Miami. I have experienced these things first hand and can see how they’re affecting our tight-knit community. Please allow me to elaborate on my slack-jawed, “Wow!” Well, it must have taken one helluva powerful magic potion with a vast variety of spices to concoct something that would slowly fool this city. Here’s the recipe.