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Published on November 2nd, 2021

The first glimpse of Brett Staska in the video for his new song “Still on My Mind” is a Snapchat-ish blur. But he comes into »

Published on November 2nd, 2021

Every other year, select faculty at Florida Atlantic University get their time to shine in the setting where they teach. Starting on November 12, the »

Published on November 2nd, 2021

It’s no secret to locals that Fort Lauderdale is an art and culture hotspot. But others are taking note. Nylon magazine calls the city “Florida’s »

Published on November 2nd, 2021

SunFest, the arts and music festival that draws 100,000 people to the downtown West Palm Beach waterfront each spring, is trying to open its arms »

Published on November 2nd, 2021

Alongside the Southern Boulevard overpass at Georgia Avenue, where downtown West Palm Beach turns industrial, you’ll find the city’s newest art collective, The Peach, which »

Published on November 2nd, 2021

What is art? And more importantly, when is the best time to exhibit it? There’s an easy answer if you’re HoundsTooth Cottage, the art collective »

Published on September 21st, 2021

He started out making music in his bedroom at age 13, released his first four albums in his teens, and he would have played Coachella »

Published on September 21st, 2021

The music of Beach Fossils has the laid-back aura of a day along the coast, but it never wallows in place: There’s always some forward »

Published on September 21st, 2021

They come from a filmmaking background but Boy Harsher, the duo of Jae Matthews and Augustus Miller, make mesmerizing electronic music that wouldn’t be out of »

Published on September 21st, 2021

Crumb epitomize the stoner meanderings of bedroom shoegaze music. They sound like what it feels like to be high at home while looking through a »

Published on September 21st, 2021

No matter how you say Wavves — straight ahead or with a slight lull over the double-v so a little bit of static forms on »

Published on September 21st, 2021

Signed out of high school to the same label as the Pretenders and Talking Heads, The Ocean Blue were four teen-agers from Hershey, Pa., who »