T.G. EXCLUSIVE: The Wombombs – “Fukushima Fishnets” Music Video & Interview

TuffGnarl.com’s humbled and honored to debut Fukushima Fishnets  the new single from Ft. Lauderdale’s up and coming The Wombombs. I recently sat down with The Wombombs founding member Andrew Pino to talk music, influences and fuzzy Soviet era hats. Enjoy! Chuck Livid: Tell me who you are and what you do in the band? Andrew Pino: I’m Andrew and I play guitar […]

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Three Things To Do In the Tri-County This Weekend! 07-29-17

Friday July 28th – The Gazms Q&A @ Laser Wolf (Broward) I’ll be hosting a Q&A/live in-studio performance with Miami punks The Gazms at Ft. Lauderdale’s favorite drinking hole – Laser Wolf. Shameless self-promotion you say? Maybe. But go find a better event this Friday! I double dare ya’! https://www.facebook.com/events/1480038935350615 Saturday July 29th – Cavity A.D. @ Respectable’s (Palm Beach) […]

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Ep. 306 Rob Elba of Shark Valley Sisters

Another Music Podcast Episode #306 – Rob Elba Chuck Livid chats with singer/songwriter/guitarist Rob Elba (Shark Valley Sisters, Holy Terrors, X-Conz) about the upcoming Miami Punk Rock High event that’s bringing back tons of musicians and fans of the ’80s Miami punk rock scene to a three day festival of sorts to Churchill’s Pub and Kreepy Tiki. We also talk about how […]

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Record Review: The Holy Terrors – Live Six – 25th Anniversary Reissue

1992 was an interesting year in South Florida’s music history. The scene was large and prolific enough to afford stark divisions. The primary divide was between the mostly Miami-based contingent of punk rockers and weirdos and the mostly Broward-based “serious” would-be rock stars. The division was deep enough for noise guru Rat Bastard to design a flyer illustrating it. The […]

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Event Review: Florida Grand Opera’s The Barber of Seville a perfect balance of comedy and voice

The Florida Grand Opera (FGO) is celebrating its 75th year of operation, and for their 74th season they’ve opened with a spirited and revamped rendition of Gioachino Rossini’s The Barber of Seville, a textbook example of the opera buffa and one of the most beloved and recognized works in the world. You might not know the plot; you might not […]

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Così fan tutte’s Director Bernard Uzan: “the Music of Mozart Touches Your Intellect”

Bernard Uzan’s had his hands in every aspect of production within the world of performance arts. He’s been a General, Artistic and Stage Director, Artist Manager, Designer, Librettist, novelist and journalist. He has worked throughout Europe and North and South America. He has directed 400 operas and 200 plays for over 100 companies with the seasoned stage veteran showing no […]

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