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  • Righteous-Babe Folk-Rock Coming to the Culture Room

    Righteous-Babe Folk-Rock Coming to the Culture Room
    The days of Langerado are long-gone and, possibly, not returning. South Florida's campground hippies have had to trek to Wanee to see their jam bands, funky folk acts and renegade female poets. That is, until Ani DiFranco, the righteous babe herself,...
  • Live-tweeting from the Dirty Projectors at the Culture Room

    Live-tweeting from the Dirty Projectors at the Culture Room
    The Dirty Projectors, the experimental indie-rock sextet that recreated Black Flag’s “Damaged” in 2007, will bring its fuzzy guitar riffs and harmonized chants to the Culture Room Tuesday, August 7. The band’s latest album, “...
  • Yngwie Malmsteen and Steve Martin are two wild and crazy musicians

    Yngwie Malmsteen and Steve Martin are two wild and crazy musicians
    Yngwie Malmsteen's "Molto Arpeggiosa (Arpeggios From Hell)," from the 2000 album "War To End All Wars," resembles a tune from a sinister 1990s video game. The Swedish-born, Miami-based guitarist strikes frets like piano keys while strumming and picking...
  • The Hush Sound learns to embrace all the bull

    The Hush Sound learns to embrace all the bull
    When Chicago natives the Hush Sound recently ended a five-year hiatus with a new EP, it called the release “45,” a number worn by a Windy City act that made a slightly more famous comeback, Michael Jordan. Yes, the band’s cheeky wit...
  • Best Bets for Oct. 12-18, 2011: Hit Week, Stars, Zombie Walk

    Best Bets for Oct. 12-18, 2011: Hit Week, Stars, Zombie Walk
    Italy's Caparezza will perform at Hit Week THURSDAY 13: ENRIQUE MARTINEZ CELAYA: SCHNEEBETT Billed as “a major installation inspired by Ludwig van Beethoven’s convalescence and death in Vienna, Austria in 1827,” Schneebett was created...
  • Best Bets for Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011: Rock the Bells and Atari Teenage Riot

    Best Bets for Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011: Rock the Bells and Atari Teenage Riot
    Ghostface ROCK THE BELLS A spinoff of the blowout, all-star Rock the Bells festivals that take place in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and Boston, this show at the Fillmore Miami Beach will feature two of the fests’ star attractions: the...
  • This week's Best Bets: Ted Leo, Guns N' Roses, David Sedaris

    This week's Best Bets: Ted Leo, Guns N' Roses, David Sedaris
    "Space Kids" at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood FRIDAY 28: ARTIST UNKNOWN/THE FREE WORLD  Giving you yet another reason to love or hate social-networking sites, Artist Unknown/The Free World is a showcase of anonymous amateur photographs. The...
  • Above the borderline: The year in events

    Above the borderline: The year in events
    Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School Let's get one thing straight: This won't be a year-ender piece about Art Basel, the greatness that was the 11th annual orgy of international artists converging on Miami Beach for four days of art hysteria, or anything Miami-...
  • Your Thursday Night Plans: Sondre Lerche

    Your Thursday Night Plans: Sondre Lerche
    Sondre Lerche will play Fort Lauderdale's Culture Room at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.   When Faces Down arrived in the States in 2002, a year after its release in his native Norway, Sondre Lerche was regarded as a sort of Norwegian Conor Oberst – a...
  • Brian Posehn is more metal than you

    Brian Posehn is more metal than you
    Photo by Joe Giron On The Sarah Silverman Program, comedian Brian Posehn became the ungayest-looking gay man in television history. With his nerd glasses, gravelly stoner voice and Black Sabbath T-shirt, he played Silverman’s next-door neighbor...
  • BoDeans hope to keep America Closer to Free

     BoDeans hope to keep America Closer to Free
    There are certain rockers who define the beat of the heartland. John Mellencamp, Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young are prime examples of musicians who have achieved that concept. Kurt Neumann of the BoDeans also belongs on that list. As frontman of the...