Monday, March 25, 2019

Independent Ethos Radio Hour – episode 1

It's here, the first episode of The Independent Ethos Radio Hour on Joltradio.org. To sum it up, this was recorded just after I attended...

BumbleFest celebrates 7 years of PureHoney Magazine with 34 bands

Today, BumbleFest will celebrate the seventh anniversary of the printed version of PureHoney Magazine with its annual indie rock music festival in West Palm...

Sweat Records launches new Miami independent music label

Browsing vinyl records is a lost art that sends you on a nostalgia trip. Not only is each jacket more creative than the other,...

Experience live music on another level at the Listening Den in...

Created in partnership between Prism Creative Group and Ace Props, The Listening Den is a unique event series for Miami music lovers, and this month it...

Three choice indie singles released in July

Protomartyr - "A Private Understanding” The new track by the post-punk wonders from Detroit, Protomartyr, “A Private Understanding” is quite epic. It builds on a...

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...

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...

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...

Rat Bastard talks boring music, liberating noise and cutting handmade records...

Miami Beach's Rat Bastard has parlayed obscurity into a sort of personal success. Born Frank Falestra in 1958, in the small town of Ellenville,...

Mo’Booty talk origins, new music video and dreams of vinyl release...

South Florida isn't necessarily known for its surfer scene. The waves just aren't that massive or dramatic here. They are usually these little undulating lumps...