Monday, October 21, 2019

Borscht is Dead: The artists and works in our silent auction

Having covered the local art scene in Miami for a few years, this writer has been fortunate to have met some extraordinary talents the...

John McEntire and Dan Bitney of Tortoise on perils of post-rock...

In existence since 1990, Tortoise, the instrumental quintet from Chicago, deserves to have transcended the now stale label of post-rock. Its sound is distinctive...

Oscar preview: Borscht, Moonlight and ‘the power of Miami’s filmmaking community’

The 10th edition of the Borscht Film Festival winds down this Sunday with great anticipation (read a report I wrote on Animal Collective’s appearance...

Seraphic Fire’s 15th Season is packed with new music

The sounds produced by Seraphic Fire are hard to describe, but a couple of words come to mind: heavenly and rich. The choral ensemble...

Jillian Mayer on inspiration behind “I Am Your Grandma” ahead of...

Tonight, "I am Your Grandma," a little viral video that's just over one minute long will have its debut on the New World Symphony’s...

Miami rock band Lochness Monster follow innate desire to make music...

Once you’re a musician it’s hard to repress the desire to make music. Though former Giving Chase drummer Justin Shaner is a happy family...

Moonlight filmmakers talk shooting beauty of Miami and connecting with material...

Miami is a city cursed by prejudice. We can thank “Miami Vice” for some of it as well as a too many New York...

Matt Kivel talks collaboration and elusive feelings as the core of...

With multilayered sounds and a hushed voice, Matt Kivel has released two albums this year. The latest one, Fires on the Plain released...

French Horn Rebellion’s Robert Perlick-Molinari talks inspiration to break away from...

At first, the name French Horn Rebellion sounds like a reference to a politically charged region of Africa, but nothing could be further from that idea....

Poorgrrrl’s lies, art and the grift of the spectacle — a...

“Reality rises up within the spectacle, and the spectacle is real.” --GUY DEBORD, THE SOCIETY OF THE SPECTACLE Miami performance artist Tara Long is apologizing...