Interview
Susan Ottaviano on Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Book of Love

This Friday, April 28th Book of Love will play a show at Culture Room, in Ft. Lauderdale, as part of their 30th Anniversary Tour. After a hiatus of several years, the iconic post punk band is not only back on the road but also with a new release called “All Girl Band.” Some days before...
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Lol Tolhurst: “The Cure Became my Gang”

Most of the iconic bands of the past generations have many stories of demons and redemption to tell; and The Cure, of course, is one of them. Laurence “Lol” Tolhurst, former drummer and keyboard player of the band recently released a memoir titled “Cured: The Tale of Two Imaginary Boys,” where he shares key moments...
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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 dropping their unique style of rock since 2007. The sound of their music is easily recognizable, a combination of beach rock, indie, garage, grunge, and...
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In the studio with BLEETH. New music, aspirations and silly moments.

  Harken to me those who do not know what the mighty Bleeth be! Bleeth is a sludge metal band from Miami, Fl, well loved and with a strong following on their local scene. Set to release new material at the beginning of next year, we from Too Much Love put on our viking helmets...
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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 paint. Enormous black wigs and black teeth have become a classic among the New York underground and an inspiration to many artists around the world....
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León Benavente

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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. This is a dream that has been hard to achieve, with many ups and downs in the process. But difficulties aside, we now will be...
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Bloodlust - A Conversation with Val Vampyre

October is here and the demons are getting ready to start manifesting. Among the many theme parties happening during this month there is one in Florida that stands out. Bloodlust this Saturday at Goldfinger Club. Every year the iconic Fetish Factory throws Bloodlust, a massive blood ritual that summons the wicked and adventurous souls and encourages...
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Horror Stories and Dreams, a Conversation with Uncle Acid

The British band Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats ( also know simply as Uncle Acid) are one of the unquestionable leaders of the new psychedelic rock movement that has been gaining notoriousness in the past few years and have rapidly become a cult band. Dancing in a gray area between rock and metal, their sound...
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A Conversation with Bluejay

Interview by By Sarah Moody   Bluejay is so sweet, like candy rainforests of sound, melodies familiar yet fresh. We have the pleasure to experience this band mature, Miami, and my, please do not miss out on them. Bluejay is a three-piece band comprised of siblings Jay Thomas + JoJo Sunshine with Oscar Quesada. Each...
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Camión - "Lips like Sugar"

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A conversation with The Soft Moon

Luis Vasquez, the man behind dark wave electronic project The Soft Moon, will visit Miami for the first time this Saturday, January 16th. He and his band will play a show at Gramps in support of his new album, Deeper .   Deeper is his most revealing and introspective record so far, it explores the...
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