I haven’t written for a while. Usually these silent periods come about for a terrible reason. Life tragedies, an unmanageable schedule, and crippling laziness all play a role in my various absences. This last time though was different. My friend and I…
If you missed Weekend Atlas’ self-titled debut album back in January, you’ve got catching up to do! This summer, Jacksonville indie-folk rockers, Weekend Atlas are back with EP numero 2 titled Vacant, slated for release in August. First, they’re here to bring Tropicult’s readers (and listeners) an earful of delight with the exclusive first listen of “She’s on Fire” the first single off the upcoming EP.
Have you ever heard a band on the radio, or watched a live festival performance and a band you’ve never heard of comes on, and just blows you away? For me, that band is Vintage Trouble. This 4-piece band is growing in popularity and notoriety the world over, and they are just getting started. At the helm is Ty Taylor, one of the most electric and larger than life vocalists on stage today.
Greetings once again fellow pot lovers. As promised, I present to you our very first TropiCanna Miami strain review! Not to say that each strain will have been grown here, but every strain will be obtained from an anonymous source providing samples from Miami dealers.
Diliana Alexander asked Kenny Riches 10 questions on how he was able to capture Miami’s spirit animal so well in his feature film, The Strongest Man – can you guess what it is?
We received our first reader submission here at the TropiCanna branch of Tropicult! It’s the bummed out tale of a young lady who wanted to give weed a shot, but her experience was botched by a silly boy and the pitfalls of social media. Check it out!
Do you have a camera on you? Of course you do, it’s 2015. The real question is, what can you actually do with it? Besides taking selfies, that is. With that in mind, South Florida Ford and FilmGate present the Fordista MicroFilm Contest. Here are a few useful apps with great tools that may help you take home that $1k.
The local art scene, in the geographically clustered area of South Florida, took slightly longer to make it into the mainstream. Having finally done so, a light is shone on the underground talent that worked hard for years to get the scene to where it is. It also means that events are spreading throughout South Florida along with growing excitement for the arts.