Looking for some fire music to add to your playlist? A global pandemic was not going to stop Florida indie rock band, The Hails, from releasing their debut EP: He Seems Upset. Find out more in Veronica Spagna’s interview with the members of the band.
Joseph Miranda depicts a possible future of robotic human bodies. Halfway through his 365 project, what revelations will we see from him and other artists this year, and how will your choices change the world as we know it. Read more on Tropicult.com.
Award-winning musical artist Adult Programming is set to release his first single this February. Tropicult is sharing all the details online. Click to read and see pictures.
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.
Interview with Steven Rullman Founder of Bumblefest and PureHoney magazine chatted with Tropicult on the eve of his 8th anniversary.
Interview with Miami based band Jaialai as they prepare for the 2018 House of Creatives Music Festival. Read about their musical inspirations, what they think the Miami scene needs, and why they do what they do.
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.
Olivia Davina, bass player from Amsterdam Reggae band The Dubbeez travels to Miami. Pictures from her photoshoot in Little Haiti.
Late nights in Miami. Catch her sleeping? Only if its actual sleep. Never with work, her business, or relationships. This female is woke 🙌🏽! On top of her game. I’m talking about 22-year-old Brianna Flemings, also known as @breedaddy__. This multi-talented Miamian…
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.
Young not only holds a beautiful flame stunt choreography, but continues to build beautifully upon it, which shows in his work on Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and in latest installment, “Captain America: Civil War” (which yields a few of these previous aforementioned goosebumps inciting moments from just the trailer alone).
It’s not often you find a top notch, stoner friendly garage band like Kid Lore in Miami’s less-than-ideal music scene. However, we here at Tropicult like to seek out the good stuff no matter how rare it may be. Featuring brothers Adam Tahoun (guitar and vocals) and Daniel Tahoun (drums) along with bassist Jorge Mogna, these musicians stayed true to their path from the beginning. The Tahoun brothers even attended a Miami branch of the famous School of Rock, an organization that teaches kids how to play rock instruments and start bands.
Emperor Zero combines their roots and Manchester influences in a whirlwind of guitar brilliance, creating a well-crafted post-punk sound that is powerful, potent and strong as iron.
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?
Bluejay is a local pop sensation coming to rock the Heineken TransAtlantic Festival, Miami style!