FM Festival Has Promising FutureFM Festival Has Promising Future

FM Festival Has Promising Future

- Text by Olivia Feldman for Jolt Radio / Pictures by Majo Ruiz   Although Mother Nature might have tried to stop the FM Festival from happening, the two-day celebration...
Jacuzzi Boys: Early Days and Latest Music Jacuzzi Boys

Jacuzzi Boys: Early Days and Latest Music

If you have been around Miami or South Florida in general for any amount of time, the name Jacuzzi Boys will definitely be familiar. The Miami based trio has been...
Future Feminism, Art and Shock; a conversation with Kembra Pfahler Future Feminism, Art and Shock; a conversation with Kembra Pfahler

Future Feminism, Art and Shock; a conversation with Kembra Pfahler

Kembra Pfahler can be considered the godmother of modern day shock art. Her show The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black (TVHOKB) has her performing naked, her body covered with red...
On David Bowie's birthday, we get "No Plan"David Bowie - "No Plan"

On David Bowie’s birthday, we get “No Plan”

Even a year after his death, David Bowie doesn’t cease to amaze us. In the day of what would have been the white duke’s 70’s birthday, we got a 4...
NIN released Not The Actual Events EPNIN - Not The Actual Events EP

NIN released Not The Actual Events EP

A day before scheduled, Nine Inch Nails surprised us with the release of their new EP titled Not The Actual Events. The record can be purchased on NIN web as...
Hot Chip to Headline FM FestivalHot Chip en el FM Festival (Miami)

Hot Chip to Headline FM Festival

Hot Chip, Bomba Estéreo and Ghostface Killah and Los Amigos Invisibles will headline the first edition of F+M Festival, that will take place on January 28th and 29th at the...
Justice shares video for "Fire" featuring Susan Sarandon Justice - "Fire"

Justice shares video for “Fire” featuring Susan Sarandon

French duo Justice shared an 80’s inspired video for their single “Fire” off their recently released album Woman. The video, directed by Pascal Teixeira, shows the always beautiful actress Susan Sarandon...
Getting Ready for Miami Art Week - Too Much Love Survival Guide Miami Art Week

Getting Ready for Miami Art Week – Too Much Love Survival Guide

Once again we hit that time of the year that some sectors of Miami seem to be preparing for all year long, Miami Art Week, plainly called “Basel” or “Art...
Too Much Love Magazine Release Party at GrampsToo Much Love Magazine Release Party at Gramps

Too Much Love Magazine Release Party at Gramps

Last Friday we had the great pleasure to celebrate the launch of our first print issue with friends at great bands at Gramps in Wynwood, Miami. Three of our favorite...
Too Much Love Goes Print!Too Much Love Goes Print!

Too Much Love Goes Print!

Sometimes the title says it all. From here in the offices of Too Much Love Magazine we’re very happy to announce the release of our first print edition, on November 18th....

Laurence Tolhurst (The Cure) at Gramps

On February 24th, the intimate Shirley’s Theater will host Laurence Tolhurst – co-founder and drummer of the Cure – in consecration of his new book, “Cured: A Tale of Two Imaginary Boys.” The event will take place from 11PM till 1AM and will feature a Q&A and book-signing, then afterwards, a DJ set by Tolhurst...
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The Cats Never Sleep - “Wide Open”

Five cuties trying to dance in a cheesy green-screen-soccer-themed video? Yes, please! In “Wide Open,” The Cats Never Sleep muse over our magical lady parts over lazy, dreamy and jangly instrumentals — it’s contemporary seduction at its finest. On a more technical note, their music pulls influence from German Krautrock to progressive pop to Fela...
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Foreign Architects - "Poisonous Pill"

Foreign Architects is Australian duo Matt Burke (vocals/guitar) and Andrew Barnett (percussion). They’ve been in the scene since 2013, and just independently released a single, “Poisonous Pill,” last month. With an organic, wave-like psychedelia infused into slightly moody vocals and electric guitar strums, “Poisonous Pill” is familiar to those fans of Tame Impala and Mac DeMarco. “This...
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This Weekend In Miami: Feb. 17-19

Another day, another dollar, another weekend in Miami… But hey, this one will be better! Below you’ll find a fine assortment of shenanigans with something for everyone. Friday 02/17 Jucifer, Holly Hunt @ Churchill’s Pub Mean Pugging x Ear Problems Present: Miami Paradise feat. Triangles, Native Youth, Jorge Andre, Aoud, Virgo @ 1306 Pickle’s 8 Year Anniversary...
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Maia Del Estal - Recent Works

Maia del Estal brings us a selection of her latest work, created in her recent visits to the city of Miami (2015-2017). She uses alternative or recycled material for her art, including large cardboard boxes (she leaves all markings on the boxes visible, incorporated into her work) and even old doors. This creates a strong...
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Hunters Of The Alps - Time (How To Love) Live at HOC Fest 2016 [Premier]

Only two days before the release of their new EP “Time (How To Love)”, we have the pleasure of premiering a live video from Hunters of The Alps performing the title track at the House of Creatives Festival last November in Miami, where they performed along Flaming Lips, Crystal Castles, the Drums, among many others. The...
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EONS - "Make up Sex"

Miami based synth-pop band is back this Valentine’s Day with their single “Make up Sex,” an electro-pop balad reminiscent to The 1975 and St. Lucia. This is the second song that the band releases featuring new singer Ariel Morer, who teamed up with founding members Johnny D. and Matty G. The song follows the lines...
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The Captain’s Son - “Walking Around Purposely”

The Captain’s Son emit warm sunset rays of laid-back musical goodness with “Walking Around Purposely.” Inspired by analogue recordings and 60’s California pop, it’s what an afternoon on the beach would look like if it were a song… “I just sit and watch the world go by,” they say, and who doesn’t want to just...
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Mookhi - “Foul Play ft. Billy Fox”

Mookhi’s ‘Foul Play’ is her debut release, but this is hardly noticeable given the meticulousness of its production. Created on a plane and even including sampled sounds from the flight, the layering is lush and sensuous, with a fleshy mixture of bass and ethereal elements, and rounded off with heartfelt vocals by Billy Fox. The...
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VINILOVERSUS - "Disintegrate Me"

VINILOVERSUS is a five piece rock band from Venezuela that after moving to Miami are getting ready to share their first album in English. Their single “Disintegrate Me” was released today and combines the band’s Latin American rock roots with folk and pop, adding a little bit to psychedelia to the mix. If you live...
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Hard Candy - "True Descenders"

Hard Candy’s “True Descenders” is a wittily executed conceptual puzzle. Magicicadas, the bugs spotlighted in the video, have a surprisingly long life cycle in which they live underground for 17 years (!), only to surface all at once for a short period during a summer’s month. They’re believed to be bearers of death and destruction...
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Drab Habit - "Epic"

There’s something beautiful and heroic about the violin, especially when heard in a track like “Epic.” It softens the almost ominous bassline and stabbing guitar riffs, with the echoed rim-shots giving this gesture a cinematic feel. It surely lives up to its title. Drab Habit is a solo project by Irish, London-based multi-instrumentalist David Qadir....
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