Taylor Francis gives us her review of Ladysmith Black Mambazo at the South Miami-Dade Cultural Arts Center on Friday.
In 1964 South African farmer Joseph Shabalala found himself having reoccurring, and apparently prophetic, dreams of a chorus singing in perfect harmony.… Read More
Going to GrassRoots festival for the third time this year, I was once again reminded of what a magical festival truly is. The food selection got even better with the addition of Silo’s Fried Chicken stand, that even featured vegan options. … Read More
We’re just a couple of weeks away from Fractal Beach, taking place at Historic Virginia Key Park from March 11th-13th. Here are a few acts from the staked lineup you should keep an eye out for. Learn more about the fest at facebook.com/fractalbeach.… Read More
RadioActive Sunday @6pm. In a return appearance Mike Matthiesen and his compatriot Madeline Stone join Natalie on air during the mid semester slump to tell you what makes us grumpy! So much in our mass media, political system, economic and social institutions and educational system is taken for granted, and we all get fired up when talking about the things that we care deeply about.… Read More
It took me a long time to figure out the exact location of the festival, but when I finally got there, I patted myself on the back for not giving up. Grassroots felt like a small musical city where you could escape reality for a while.… Read More
The Virginia Key GrassRoots Festival of 2016 was by far one of the most unique festivals I have been to. From stage to stage the performances varied widely with bands featured from all around the world. The best act I saw during the weekend was Charles Bradley.… Read More
RadioActive Sunday at 6pm. Tune in tonight with your host Natalie and guest Lauren Munro as we discuss the ins and outs of fat activism and body diversity. Lauren, a PhD student in Community Psychology from Wilfrid Laurier University in Canada, will unpack the dominant narrative of the obesity ‘epidemic’, discuss the impact of weight stigma in employment, education and health, and bring in examples of body positivity and activism that change our conversation around ‘fatness’.… Read More
Emanating the smooth, yet electric style of his Austin roots, Gary Clark Jr. has clearly showcased that he is a force to be reckoned with. His second studio album “The Story of Sonny Boy Slim” was released this past September and has garnered well-deserved praise, reminding us what the spirit of blues-rock sounds like.… Read More
Written by Andres Rivas
Tearing across the United States in his first headlining tour, 21 year old Hugh Leclercq, also known as Madeon has been demolishing concert halls and venues with no mercy. His “The Pixel Empire” tour started in Portland, Oregon and has left fans begging for more all over the states.… Read More
Photographer and blog contributor Emily Nunes gives us the details on this year’s GrassRoots festival!
On Key Biscayne’s Virginia Key, the annual GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance is once again soon to be underway, this Thursday through Sunday, February 18th through 21st.… Read More