Staff Picks
Demolition Exhibition: Art and Music at Rivington Music

Located on Stanton Street in the Lower East Side, Rivington Music Rehearsal Studios (RMRS) is a well known fixture in the New York music scene. Everyone has passed by the studios at some point, for some reason. In the last few years after their renovations they’ve been regularly hosting art on walls and hallways, doubling as...
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The acts you can't miss at III Points this year

With III Points around the corner, here at Too Much Love (TML) we want to share a few of the acts we’re really looking forward to, both touring and local acts.  Festivals like III Points are always a lot of fun, with a lot to do. So much, in fact that sometimes there’s enough to...
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Rebel Girls: Post-Punk Most Influential Top 10 Artists

Front left: Chrissie Hynde, Deborah Harry, Viv Albertine, Siouxsie Sioux Front: Poly Styrene, Pauline Black – Back in June 2016 punk icon Viv Albertine, a member of pioneering all-female band The Slits, was asked to speak at the British Library’s Punk 1976-78 exhibition in London. While in conversation with music journalist Jon Savage at the...
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Top 10 The Cure Music Videos

Last year The Cure announced a 2016 summer tour celebrating “37 years of Cure songs,” mixing hits, rarities, favorites, and as yet unreleased tracks in a brand new stage production. Since the tour kicked off in May, The Cure definitely want you to get your money’s worth when they play live. The long-running British rock...
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Playlist - SXSW Picks

Everybody is talking about the awesome acts that are playing at SXSW this week …. This is definitely a great time of the year to discover new music and to dig deeper in what’s going on in the underground alternative music scene. Unfortunately, since there is a lot of information to share, there are many...
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NYC Dive Bar Bathrooms

Few places keep as many secrets as NYC dive bar bathrooms do. Confessionals, psychiatric offices maybe… probably not. Each of them has many stories to tell, their walls full of graffiti and stickers are a testimony of many locals and travelers that wanted to leave their marks in one of the most influential and creative...
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Five Songs We Love: Gesaffelstein

Tomorrow the one and only Gesaffelstein will bring his glamour and darkness to Miami. After announcing last month that he is the man behind Maryland soundtrack, the French DJ and producer returns to Florida for an exclusive pre-Halloween party organized by Poplife at Heart Nightclub. To celebrate this tribute to hard electro and industrial sounds...
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TML Playlist Vol. III

We start this Monday with a new playlist featuring the best pop, rock, synth pop and electronic tracks we received during the past few weeks. Hit play and enjoy!   Too Much Love Playlist Vol. III  1. Giraffage – Hello / Be with you (Slow Magic Remix) 2. Baby in Vain – Muscles 3. Eons...
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Too Much Love Playlist Vol. II

On this new playlist we share with you some fresh new wave, funky and electronic tracks that were released within the last couple of months. in theis collection of tracks you will find new names like Solvey and Greyhat along with classic ones such as Gary Numan and  A Place to Bury Strangers. Enjoy! Too...
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A  Photo Tour Across the Different Manson Eras

The End Times tour will bring icons Marilyn Manson and Smashing Pumpkins to Miami on Wednesday July 22nd. Two of the darkest stars of the 90’s joined forces in this North American tour in support of their new albums, The Pale Emperor (Marilyn Manson) and Monuments to an Elegy (Smashing Pumkins). Marilyn Manson’s aesthetic experienced...
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TML Playlist Vol I

We are really thankful for all the awesome tracks that we receive every week. Unfortunately we don’t have the time to review all of them, for that reason we decided to start this weekly playlists with some of our favorite tracks that we received during the week. We hope you guys enjoy them as much...
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Five Songs we Love - Who Made Who

We are thrilled to announce that Who Made Who will play in Miami on September 3rd.  Gummdrops and Mishu are bringing the Danish electro rock trio to Grand Central. The opening acts will be Pompeya, hailing from Moscow, and Miami locals Krisp. For those who are not familiar with Who Made Who you better catch...
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