Culture Guide: Nov. 1st – 15th

Halloween may be over and people may be jumping in Christmas decorations, but we’re still taking one windy and crisp day at a time. Nov.  is a notoriously beautiful month... read more

Press Play: Monsieur Periné

Dance hall vibes are alive and well when you hear the musical stylings of Colombian group, Monsieur Periné. When you hear any of their records, you feel almost transported to... read more

Because You Asked For It: Prism’s Halloween Guide

Maybe it’s the costume thing, maybe it’s the bout of nostalgia that washes over you reminding you of candy crusading in your youth, but everyone can agree that Halloween is... read more

Press Play: Ajeva at Hulaween

Local Florida funk band, Ajeva, has been making their rounds on the music scene here in the south and have been prominent in the Florida music scene, especially throughout central... read more

Transit Loves the Arts Winners Announced

After a month of deliberation, Miami-Dade Transit has spoken and their Transit Loves the Arts finalists will soon be seeing their masterpieces driving around the city! As part of their... read more

Culture Guide: Oct. 16th – Oct. 31st

Hold the phones, is that cooler weather we feel? Miami’s windy season is finally upon us which means more darkness, more party time, and way less mosquitos (finally). As we... read more

Press Play: Oh Wonder

Oh Wonder, the cutesy, adorable duo from London, definitely have captured the attention of music-lovers everywhere. Starting off in 2015 by releasing their DIY album on Soundcloud and releasing a... read more

Massive Attack by Miami’s Music Buffs

Etched into the stones of electronic music history are those of Robert Del Naja and Grant Marshall, known to the world as Massive Attack. These sonic pioneers are powerhouses behind... read more

Folk 101: Our Favorites of All Time

Folk is the kind of musical genre that makes you simultaneously hopeful while in-tune with the harsh ways of the world. It’s beautiful in its candid approach to looking at... read more

Press Play: Angel Olsen

Angel Olsen has been in the music world for quite some time, her first album coming out around 2011. I recently discovered her just by doing what I normally do,... read more

Culture Guide: October 1st – 15th

The air has fallen and that beautiful dew is starting to fill its space with the fresh smell of cooler weather ahead. While the city waves goodbye to summer and... read more

Sounds from the Underground

A lot of people talk about how Miami has a small selection of where to see live music on the nightly. After several beloved venues closed their doors in recent... read more

Press Play: The Growlers

If 60’s California rock were to mix with psychedelia, an old western movie soundtrack and experimental electronica, you will get The Growlers. After seeing them live at a bar in... read more

Chance the Rapper Comes South

Ever since we first heard “Somewhere In Paradise” back in 2015, we have been blasting Chance The Rapper in our earphones; except this time we are jamming to his latest... read more

5 Bilal Songs to Swoon Over

We understand that categorizing things like music makes things easier to digest, but every once in a while an artist comes along whose very presence defies all genres–taking up the... read more

Press Play: Bishop Briggs

L.A. based singer, Bishop Briggs is definitely making a name for herself in the alternative rock music community. After coming across the singer while watching the Tonight Show with Jimmy... read more

One Night Stay: Sense Beach House

When the words “South Beach” come into play, scenes of bikini-clad ladies and Tiesto dropping bass may pop into your head. Well, we’re here to erase that overly generalized look... read more

Prism Tastes: DIRT’s Fall Seasonal Menu

We were welcomed for an intimate preview of DIRT‘s Fall seasonal menu and it’s every bit as beautiful as you’d expect. But let’s take a few steps back. As part... read more