Tuff Gnarl & JoltRadio.org Join Forces with “Another Music Podcast”

Dear reader, We’re really stoked to announce a new partnership between TuffGnarl.com and JoltRadio.org. Effective immediately, we have phased out our in-house music-themed podcast Hangin’ Tuff with Chuck Livid and rebranded it as a new show: Another Music Podcast. But fret not, dear reader–I will still be hosting the show. After interviewing us on his own show, Jolt Radio founder and CEO […]

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RIP Edward F. Crowell II – A Miami Artist

This past weekend, the Miami art scene was rocked by the sudden death of artist Edward F. Crowell II. A well-liked young man that had been steadily endearing himself to South Florida’s art scene, Crowell embodied a rare combination of respect and admiration from his peers. No easy feat in Miami’s often competitive and back-stabby art scene. Self-taught and emboldened […]

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5 NEW RECORDS THAT YOU NEED TO JUMP ON NOW

Every other week I write micro blurb reviews of amazing new music. Below is the latest batch of music that you need to check out. Dwarves – The Dwarves Invented Rock & Roll Blag & company could literally put sounds of themselves shitting onto tape and it’d still sound better than anything your band will ever dream of. After thirty years The Dwarves are still schooling bands and […]

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Clearwater’s Wolf-Face Bring Irreverent and Fun Punk Rock to Gramps

Take the Ramones’ attitude towards unison, blend in a little jangle pop with some agitprop ‘80s references and you might just be able to begin understanding and appreciating Clearwater’s most ardent Michael J. Fox fans, Wolf-Face. Yup, molding themselves after the 1985 Rod Daniel cult classic Teen Wolf, these four punkers, fed up with the rigidity of their former outfits, […]

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North American Soccer League: Week Nine Standings

With the 2014 World Cup’s kick-off rapidly approaching it is easy to lose focus on the action of our local North American Soccer League (NASL) team the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers. There’s one more match before the Cup break this coming Saturday against the San Antonio Scorpions and the Strikers will be looking to vindicate themselves after the trouncing (0-3) suffered […]

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UFC Roundup: Analyzing Every Title Challenger (Part 1)

It’s amazing how much things have changed in less than a year. Chris Weidman is now the Ultimate Fighting Championship middleweight champion after beating Anderson “The Spider” Silva not once, but twice. Renan Barao shed the “interim” modifier and became the undisputed champion when yet another injury prevented Dominick Cruz from returning for their unification bout. Johny Hendricks became the new welterweight champion […]

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Holly Hunt – Prometheus

It is rare in drone metal to find an outfit that can manage the careful and seamless balance of building the nods of annihilation whilst pirouetting into the proceedings from the sidelines and adding enough fresh and exciting nuances. Holly Hunt’s Gavin Perry (guitars) and Beatriz Monteavaro (drums) have forged such an effort in their 12” EP, Prometheus. While their first […]

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Help Kreamy ‘lectric Santa’s Priya Win a Handicapped Accessible Van

South Florida’s musical community, regardless of the numerous genres that inhabit her, has always shown the right amount of comradeship and a sense of family. Kreamy ‘lectric Santa has been a staple of South Florida. Regardless of what town they’ve inhabited in the last two decades, KLS will always be Miami first. Without a doubt they’ve been the 305’s most […]

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The Reinvention of Bob Suren

Bob Suren is one of the most recognized individuals in the history of Florida’s punk rock scene. A longtime fixture of the “lifestyle” in too many capacities to mention in one breath, Suren’s hand has been in a record store, radio show, bands, promotions, distribution, writing and running a record label. A little while back, due to personal issues, Suren […]

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Midtown Merely Another Conquest for Walmart

Walking through Midtown Miami, passing charming little shops, art galleries and street performers, gazing admiringly at some of the urban artwork emblazoned on the sides of buildings, a man with a vision thought to himself, “You know what this place is missing, what would really tie the whole thing together into one cohesive, identifying geographical package?” “A Walmart!” he exclaimed, […]

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