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Yo Amo 305 Recaps FM Fest

    We went, we listened & we ate. The inaugural FM Festival this past weekend was beautifully

Party People! Party People!: FM Festival is Finally Here

Poplife are the premier music tastemakers of Miami. Now they’re venturing out into the land of music festivals. The FM Festival lands on our shores this Saturday and Sunday at the North Beach Bandshell. It’s exactly what it sounds like–food and music galore. FM will feature top-notch local restaurants like Ariete and Eating House alongside

Press Play: Los Wálters

In an age of cornucopian music accessibility how can one thoughtfully curate a playlist without having an algorithm

Kingdom North is Not Imaginary, Just Ask Josh

JOSH, a dreamy-folk band from Switzerland breezes into the singer/songwriter scene with their EP Kingdom North. Three siblings are part of this six-piece Indie band –Janine, lead vocals and guitar –Vera, her sister, vocals, bass, electric guitar –Simon, her brother, vocals, xylophone, cello. A closeness of skin and memory comprise half of this band. A

iiiPoints Music Festival: A Delicate Balancing Act

Music festivals are big business, and they do a lot more than simply sell tickets and rake in money for the organizers. They generate huge revenues for a large range of local and national stakeholders: bars, restaurants, hotels, and vendors, not to mention the newly created beneficiary class of ordinary people who drive for Uber

Chargaux: A Magic Music Box

Chargaux is the blend of not only two names, Charly and Margaux, but also a blending of sounds & styles. This is a string duo of innovative proportions created by a serendipitous meeting on a corner in Boston. In an era where morphing and transforming seem to be part of everyday life, although more prevalent

Hop on The Electric Highway with WDNA

Jazz is a many-splendored art, whether it’s in the form of Ragtime, Swing, BeBop or what not. And when you wanna tune in to all that Jazz and hear all its many splendors, there’s no better option than Miami’s own WDNA. Licensed in 1977, the PRI-affiliated station has long given South Florida the opportunity to

Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood Gets Classical — Again!

You’ve heard him sound off in Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood, The Master and Inherent Vice, as well as the movies Bodysong, Norwegian Wood and We Need to Talk About Kevin.

Here Hear the Hemisphere! Sounding Off About the 13th Annual Heineken Transatlantic Festival

To say Miami is the most polyglot metropolis on the planet might be over-hyping our own hyperbole; then again, it just might not.