Abel’s 4000 Albums That Matter: Part Forty-Four

I’ve been feeling ambivalent lately towards this little vanity project of mine. While it is nice to reminisce and talk some shit about music without worrying about deadlines and “clicks,” it is also a time-consuming endeavor that does nothing to pay my bills. A therapist once told me that I didn’t “follow through” with my goals and that’s true. However, […]

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FILM REVIEW: The Impossible Dream – “Jodorowksy’s Dune”

Jodorowky’s Dune Alejandro Jodorowksy, Michel Seydoux, H.R. Giger, Chris Foss, Nicholas Winding Refn, Amanda Lear, Richard Stanley Directed by Frank Pavich City Films/Sony Pictures Classics 2013 The greatest movie never made. That is the message director Frank Pavich wants to convey to us with his endlessly fascinating new documentary about Chilean-French auteur Alejandro Jodorowksy’s failed attempt at making a film […]

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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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Ume – Monuments

Ume (pronounced Ooo-may) is a power trio from Austin, TX and they have been knocking at the door of mainstream rock success for a few years. With the release of their latest album, Monuments, in March they may have just kicked it in altogether. Fronted by guitarist and vocalist, Lauren Larson, Ume has hit their stride as a guitar-driven rock […]

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