Fresh off a phenomenal Rolling Loud performance Denzel Curry has blessed us with a new release. Dropped on his Soundcloud two days ago Hate Goverment (demo) shows the Carol City natives left of field impulses on display with hard hitting industrial production provided by FNZ.… Read More
Miami’s Club Space has announced yet another change following last December’s change in ownership to the club located on NE 11th Street. The so-called “Space Invaders”, comprised of Davide Denese and Coloma Kaboomsky of Link Miami Rebels and David Sinopoli of III Points, have announced another new room called The Loft.… Read More
The Miami Zine Fair came to the University of Miami campus this past Saturday and certainly did not disappoint!
I spoke with Amanda Keeley from Exile Books who told me about the overwhelming interest they received when our Coral Gables campus was announced as the location and the incredible turn out from creators in the local community.… Read More
Get set for a fun filled Saturday outside the University of Miami’s Lowe Art Museum courtesy of The Miami Zine Fair, brought to you by Exile Books and O Miami.
With over 150 local creators getting involved (including your favorite college radio station – WVUM 90.5 FM The Voice) you won’t want to miss it!… Read More
Two weeks ago Max Cooper blessed Trade with his 2nd ever appearance in Miami. He just wrapped up a North American tour in support of his newest album Emergence off of Mesh. His performance was live rather than a DJ set and featured absolutely stunning visuals with elements tied into the concepts behind the album.… Read More
Photo by Lucia Plaza
March 31st, I had the pleasure of going to Churchill’s Pub and seeing some cool acts play. Named Big Kahuna Bash, the show included a variety of bands and Quentin Tarantino movies, like Pulp Fiction, projected on a screen out back.… Read More
Relay for Life is a fundraising event that the American Cancer Society has every year. Relay for Life raises money to go toward helping those battling various types of cancer and work toward finding a cure. The event usually involves people walking around a track for 6 to 24 hours to represent the fact that cancer never sleeps, and each team sets up their own tent in the surrounding area to try and raise money.… Read More
Welcome back to our regularly scheduled programming with the fifth edition of For the Record – song suggestions from your friendly neighborhood music fiend. Over the last few weeks, so much new music has been released that it was difficult for me to choose just a few but here are some of my favorite new/new to me songs I have heard lately.… Read More
Filled with excitement and anticipation, I created a playlist for the drive to New Orleans this past Winter break. A self-described music junkie and amateur rock historian, I included classics from a wide variety of genres that originated in the American south such as jazz, the blues, bluegrass, some country and of course good ole rock n’ roll.… Read More
Over spring break I left the tropical weather behind in Miami to travel to New York City, which had the season’s biggest snowstorm this past week. Even with a jam-packed schedule and a literal blizzard working against me, I was still able to try some of the most talked about desserts in the city, all of which made me grateful that I was covered in layers instead of in a bikini.… Read More