Rock
The Fontaines share video for "Two Bodies"

L.A. based new wave duo The Fontaines recently released a video for their single “Two Bodies” featuring an intro by the one and only Rodney on the Roq. Catchy, sharp guitars and delicate vocals are the main ingredients of this new single, that combines elements of the classic new wave songs from 80’s with contemporary indie...
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Stalagmites - "Binary"

Manchester’s Stalagmites present their captivating blend of alt-indie and dark pop with the release of their debut single “Binary” shared last week via Veta Records. Lead singer Bradley Lynch explains “Binary” is about “coming from a dark place and finding a way out, hoping it might be a simple switch but knowing it’s much more...
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Surfer Blood Shares "Taking Care Of Eddy" Video

Surfer Blood has released the video for their single “Taking Care Of Eddy”. When talking about the video co-director Niko Guardia said, “The main idea with the Taking Care of Eddy video was to match the intense energy in parts of the song, juxtaposed with the pretty and soothing melodies. We wanted the world within music...
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VINILOVERSUS "Days of Exile" Vinyl Release Party at Sweat Records

Grammy award winning Venezuelan rock outfit VINILOVERSUS will take over the beloved Miami record store to present the latest effort by the band, “Days Of Exile”. The LP is the fourth full length release by the band, and their first singing in English. The event will take place at 7pm on Thursday, May 25th at Sweat...
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Phoenix shares video for "J-Boy"

French indie rockers released a video for “J-Boy” the first single off their upcoming album Ti Amo. In the video, directed by Warren Fu, you can see the band performing live at a fictional retro Italian TV show. Phoenix said earlier this year that their upcoming LP was inspired by “summer and Italian discos,” fact that shows...
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Twist Helix - “Pulse”

If you live in Miami, whether you grew up here or made this place your home a few years ago, you’ve certainly had a fair share of heartaches over rampant urban development. Sure, it must be (really) nice to live in a luxury condo — but after walking through a street with a dozen high-rises,...
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fennrLANE - "Crawling" [Premier]

It always gives us great pleasure to receive dark and powerful rock songs and “Crawling” by fennrLANE has been the best one we got in 2017 so far. The song is the third single off his upcoming debut album Bended Lines and Lost Reflections, and it will seduce both Rob Zombie and She Wants Revenge...
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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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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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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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