Monday, August 19, 2019

Dracula releases first vinyl record via Sweat Records Records and talks...

When Dorys Bello and Eli Oviedo started making music together, they never imagined a vinyl record of their recordings would be released, but today...

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,...

On Fiona Apple bullying and her lackluster Miami Beach appearance

Anyone who follows Independent Ethos knows an artist's perceived popularity matters little to this blog. What matters is the work produced, though sometimes the...

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...

Miami’s The Baboons fill 15-year recording gap with new CD, Spanglish

Miami's music scene is a rich one, with talent that spans a variety of genres. One of the city's long-standing bands is one that...

Live review: PiL at Grand Central, Miami, Oct. 5, 2012

I've seen the unglamorous aging of punk rock and--- wouldn't you know it--- John Lydon, once known as Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols, is...

Pinback returns to S. Florida for rare show; my extensive coverage...

Last year, Pinback returned after five years of recording silence with the new album: Information Retrieved. Even bigger for this writer is the San Diego-based...

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...

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...

Nu Deco Ensemble to play Radiohead and The Project Trio joins...

Miami’s Nu Deco Ensemble, a chamber orchestra of 24 musicians, that we introduced readers to in an earlier post (Nu Deco Ensemble tests the...