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#PrismPicks: What To Do May 1st – 15th

Now that the whole “It’s Gonna Be May” N’SYNC puns have subsided (although they’re still worth a giggle), we can get down to the real business of this city: great... read more

Lean In: A Musical Experience

Wonder why Miami has seemed a tad spicier lately? That’s probably because the Billboard Latin Music Conference has set up shop on South Beach with its revolving Awards at the... read more

Prism Recap: Walk the Moon @ Revolution Live

Last night’s Walk The Moon show at Revolution Live in Ft.Lauderdale was everything that I expected. The band is known for wearing face paint at the majority of their shows,... read more

Preview: Latin Billboard Panel w/ Raquel Sofia

It’s pretty much a given down here that Miami’s culture and spice is rooted in its Latin foundations. From classic foods, to infectious dances, our city breathes and sweats spice.... read more

Review: Alabama Shakes – “Sound & Color”

Whenever the topic of powerful female vocalists comes up, there seems to be a general surprise that today’s music scene is peppered with them. Even songstresses can’t escape the nostalgic... read more

Your Summer Music Festival Survival Kit

As Summer’s fast approaching (even though Miami has basically been experiencing its climate since late February), the bedazzled bras and high waisted shorts are coming back out for another high-octane... read more

#PrismPicks: Mat Kearney

Oregon native and Nashville-based musician, Mat Kearney, first appeared on my music discovery expedition in 2012 when an ex of mine played me his hit single “Ships In The Night”.... read more

Prism Recap: Heineken TransAtlantic Day 2

As the sun rose on Heineken TransAtlantic Festival‘s second day of talented artists, Saturday’s party was a serious force to be reckoned with. Following its opening day success, The North... read more

Prism Recap: Heineken TransAtlantic Day 1

In a city as rich in culture as Miami, we’re lucky to say quite a few awesome things are seen as “staples”. Sunny skies, friendly vibes, and even greater tunes.... read more

Recap: tUnE-yArDs @ Grand Central

Grand Central was without a doubt the place to be last Saturday night as three bad ass bands took over the stage for the night. As usual, things got an... read more

#PressPlay: Amber Run

British indie-pop band, Amber Run first bonded while studying at the University of Nottingham, and boy are we glad these Brits came together to swoon us with their chill vibes.... read more

WILD LIFE Recap: A haven for Tech House.

Thursday’s WILD LIFE event seemed like your usual 18+ WMC party. There were ravers of all shapes and sizes, lasers, and the line at Soho Studios wrapped around the block.... read more

Unearthed Gem: Leon Bridges

Every once in a while a sound can transcend time and space and transport you to an era never before lived as if in a distant memory, as if you’re... read more

Preview: tUnE-yArDs @ Grand Central 4/4

As many of us will be coming down from the WMC/MMW high after this week, the beat goes on as tUnE-yArDs make their debut performance at Grand Central next Saturday,... read more

Album Review: James Bay – Chaos and the Calm

After a successful tour with the one and only, Hozier and receiving the 2015 Brits Awards “Critics” choice award, British singer-songwriter James Bay is taking the music world by storm... read more

Interview: Karla Arguello of The Rhythm Foundation

No doubt you’ve noticed the city surging in arts and culture over the past few years. Exhibits A-Z might include Wynwood, Art Basel satellite events, The Arts + Entertainment District,... read more

#PrismPicks: Top 15 WMC MMW Parties of 2015

For true music fans and Miamians alike, Christmas doesn’t happen in the winter and it’s definitely not covered in lights…okay well, maybe it is. Our holiday season is those 10... read more

#PressPlay: Kygo – WMC Edition

Twenty-three year old Kyrre Gørvell-Dahll, more commonly known as Kygo, is taking the world by storm with his unique spin on tropical house music. Ever since he took over for... read more