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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Kill Your Idol hosts benefit for baby Zéa Joli Lane this Thursday

My friend and longtime South Florida music scenester Chris Graham and his family are going through an unimaginable emotionally and financially draining ordeal as their eight-month-old daughter, Zéa Joli Lane, fights through an aggressive stage IV Neuroblastoma cancer that has attacked her spine and has spread to her neck, brain, kidney, liver, lungs, bone marrow and to areas of tissue […]

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Music Festival Review: Coachella hype and other festivals

Winter has long left Florida, but the rest of the country is just beginning to step out onto their porches after weeks of hiding from the biting cold. As a continuation from last weekend, people from all parts of the country are gathering in the picturesque California valley for Coachella’s second weekend line-up. The first weekend of the festival featured many artists who […]

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Interview: PEARS – Punk rock’s last hope?

PEARS – Framework Last Friday New Orleans’ PEARS blasted their way through a fierce 25 minute set opening for Teenage Bottlerocket at West Palm Beach’s Respectable Street. The venue once again did a phenomenally horrible job promoting the gig (somthing I’ve discussed here in the past) but as soon as I heard about the show I contacted PEARS and their guitarist Brian Pretus […]

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The Case for Indie Music Promoters – An Observation From a Former Music Exec

The Reverend Horton Heat are playing in West Palm Beach this weekend and I bet that you had absolutely no idea. The godfather of modern rockabilly will be within a 50 mile radius of the core readership of this publication and no one knows a damn thing about it. From personal experience, I have found that venues too many times circumvent the […]

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Malachi Estereo “S/T” Review

Hailing from Barcelona, Spain Malachi Estereo is mix mash of Spanish punk aesthetics meet electronica revolutionary beats with hints of 80’s synth. One can appreciate Malachi Estereo’s originality on their first self-titled album. Not only do they have the best album cover of the year, but they’re not scared to borrow at times from their vast influences of industrial to […]

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