Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Local musicians speak to the power of Frank Zappa’s music —...

In the documentary Eat That Question: Frank Zappa in His Own Words, the film's subject sometimes comes across as a bit frustrated by his...

Is Miami’s film scene big enough for counter-programming against Miami Film...

You know Miami’s film scene is thriving when counter-programming rears its glorious head. After all, what would Slamdance be without Sundance? On the advent...

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...

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...

The Musical Box returns to South Florida with 'Selling England' tour

Miracles! Despite being flipped off at the end of their epic recreation of Genesis’ 1974 The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway show by an...

Of Montreal artist profile via album artist brethren David Barnes in...

Thanks to "Pure Honey" for "getting" how I write and inviting me to compose an ode to Of Montreal in the 23rd issue of...

Peter Murphy goes 'deep' into subjective experience of music and my...

When Peter Murphy talks about his experience with music, a small part of him fears he is over-intellectualizing. Over the course of our 45-minute...

Highlights from the 3rd annual Popcorn Frights Film Festival in Miami,...

Last week, this writer made selective visits to the week-long third edition of the Popcorn Frights Film Festival at O Cinema Wynwood and came...

From movies to film slides, Obsolete Media Miami offers a treasure...

The past, nostalgia, memories and history are all very distinctive things, but embodying it all is Obsolete Media Miami. Called OMM for short, the...

Beach House offer most riveting album yet with ‘Bloom’ – out...

Too often, lately, I have heard lush, layered records only to feel dizzy and nauseous by the end. So-called chill wave has often been...