Vicki Rox: Making it Happen

A charming voice answered a four o’clock phone call on a warm summer afternoon. The voice on the line, Vicki Rox -self-described as “Ukrainian born, Atlanta bread, 1989 Jewish immigrant... read more

Press Play: Brendan O’Hara

Music, in its purest form, transcends time where sound connects the past to the future as you jam in the present. It’s a pretty wonderful thing when a certain song... read more

Recap: What So Not @ Grand Central 8/8

After seeing Flume kill the Grand Central dance floor this past June, I knew I had to go back to see another Aussie DJ, What So Not, do his own... read more

Call to Music passion project

Arguably speaking, the music scene hasn’t witnessed a colossal movement since the 90’s, or maybe it has, it just doesn’t compare. I’m still stuck in a decade that brought us... read more

Ditch the Mall: Miami Flea is Here

Miami is known for its nightlife, sandy beaches, an international scene rarely encountered elsewhere, oh and you can’t forget the cafecitos. With that being said, Miami locals know that we... read more

#PressPlay: Pompeya

Vodka. Anastasia. Classic ballet. Overcast days and cold mornings. The colorful spires of St. Petersburg’s cathedral. Those are the things that come to mind when you think of Russia. On... read more

#Prism Picks: Purity Ring @ The Fillmore 9/11

Alright, folks. We have one more month of Summer left and it just so happens to be the hottest one of the year. It’s cool, though, ’cause we have quite... read more

Julieta Venegas on the Right Path

The Mexican composer Julieta Venegas graced Miami with an intimate performance showcasing a few solo hits from her new album Algo Sucede (Something happens) at the Flamingo Theater, on the... read more

#PressPlay: Bahari

Influenced by both The Staves and Fleetwood Mac, Interscope’s newest addition Bahari, is about to become a similarly powerful household name. The band is composed of Sidney Sartini, Ruby Carr,... read more

#PrismPicks: WhoMadeWho @ Grand Central 9/3

Sad to say it, but we’re already half way through Summer. Before you know it, the kids will be going back to school, the birds will flock back to their... read more

Pampering or Poisoning: 5 Toxic Chemicals to Keep Away from Your Skin

Skin: the largest organ in our bodies. It protects us from outside microbes and elements, regulates our body temperature and facilitates our sense of touch. It’s also the most absorbent... read more

Press Play: Vacationer

The trance-like dream-pop of Vacationer is the perfect music to lounge by the pool to this summer. Each song is packed with some serious vibes that inject each beat with... read more

Culture Guide: July 16th – 31st

So the first half of July was as sweet as they come, but we know that these next two weeks are bringing come of the strongest cultural programming the city’s... read more

Preview: Frenzy in the Magic City

Miami’s history has become synonymous with many things over the years, sunny beaches where new swimsuit designs were unveiled, an influx of Latin culture, shoulder pads and Ray Bans. But... read more

Announcement: Magic City Hippies Album Release Jam 7/24!

Magic City Hippies, formerly the critically-acclaimed Robby Hunter Band, known for Hype Machine-topping hits “Corazon”, “Hard on Me” and “BUST” are pleased to announce the release of their latest EP,... read more

Album Review: X Ambassadors – “VHS”

There’s something about X Ambassadors that makes you instantly want to dance. Grounded in hard rock, their sound stretches into soulful dimensions, giving it a unique edge all their own.... read more

Preview: Dance Band Night – Contradance

With the great sweltering summer comes great responsibility to stay cool, or so you might think. The nights may be steamy but that doesn’t stop true culture addicts like Rhythm... read more

Culture Guide: July 1st – July 15th

Halfway through the year and it seems like 2016 is just around the corner, doesn’t it? The great thing about the long days and slow-moving winds of summer is that... read more