By: Jack Connolly
PartyNextDoor and Jeremih kicked off their co-headlining “Summer’s Over” tour this past week at the historic Fillmore theater in Miami Beach. Jeremih launched the evening with a crowd-pleasing set of smooth R&B jams. Armed with an impressive troupe of backup dancers and a band consisting of a drummer, a keyboardist, and a DJ, Jeremih ran through a hit-filled set encompassing favorites from last December’s Late Nights, such as “Oui”,”Pass Dat” and “Planez”, and some of his biggest singles and features from throughout his career, such as early smash “Birthday Sex”, Wale’s “The Body” and DJ Khaled’s “Hold You Down”.… Read More
“I think it’s interesting about Miami Art Week that its so prevalent you can just walk down a hallway and there it is.”
This, observed by blog staffer Megan while at FRiDgE Art Fair at the Betsy Hotel on Ocean Drive, was an uncannily good summary of our experience today.… Read More
Miami Art Week, the most anticipated time in Miami’s art world, is when Art Basel comes to Miami Beach and brings with it a slew of other world-class art fairs that capitalize on the globe’s top collectors visiting town. However, although people galleries from several states, countries, and continents to participate in the show-to-sell process, Miami Art Week isn’t just an event for those who apply the “if you have to ask, you can’t afford it” principle to tube socks.… Read More
Sunday November 19th @6pm.
On this episode of RadioActive I was joined by a group of activists and community members looking to rethink affordable and accessible housing in Miami. Miami is one of the least affordable housing markets in the country, and is facing unprecedented issues with affordability across the county.… Read More
After a successful debut, Miami music fans are beginning their Thanksgiving week with a lot of appreciation towards House of Creatives music festival that took place in North Miami Beach. Running from last Friday to Saturday, these were two days of phenomenal sounds, local vendors, and delicious food.… Read More
Monday November 14th @11am
Episode playlist, songs from Si Kahn:
- Abe Lincoln Walks Tonight
During a special Monday morning episode of RadioActive, I was joined by Si Kahn, a long time professional civil rights, labor and community organizer and folk musician, who has been working for justice across America for pushing 50 years.… Read More
Behind the radio control board and the music we play looms the music industry with its complex infrastructure and deals that confuse even artists themselves.
In attempts to slightly demystify the business, I’ve decided to write a “column” per se, where I will introduce a legal or business issue that relates to the radio and music industry.… Read More
The 33rd annual Miami Book Fair kicked off on Sunday and it certainly does not disappoint.
Spread across Miami Dade College’s Wolfson Campus, the event is a unique mix of artwork, live performance, delicious food and not to mention an impressive roster of celebrity appearances.… Read More
So, I went to Iceland last week. I was chosen to represent college radio at Iceland Airwaves. For those of you not familiar, Iceland Airwaves is essentially the South By Southwest of Iceland, showcasing the best acts that Iceland has to offer in addition to an impressive collection of International acts such as PJ Harvey, Dizzee Rascal, Digable Planets, The Internet, Frankie Cosmos, and Santigold to name a few.… Read More
(pc: Becca Magrino)
Ah, Wynwood Artwalk. A time of way too many things going on at once. Every bar, main-strip gallery, clothing store, coffee shop, and taco restaurant (complete with a secret bar!) opening up their doors so that you can spend all night wondering if there’s something cooler going on somewhere else.… Read More