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Screaming out our lungs with New Years Day

As the riff of ‘Scream’ starts to play through the crowds ear drums, the ladies closest to the barriers starts to sing the lyrics along with Ash Costello, the Lead singer. The band has a high end interacting energy that every fan loves with their favorite bands. During New Years Day set, the lead guitar and bassist, Austin Ingerman and Nikki Misery went out in to the crowd and rocked out with fans within the sides of the venue, as Ash Costello sung her heart out. For the Final Song, Defame Me was a highly intense crowd interacting song, which the chorus was sung loud and proud with Ash Costello. New Years Day is a band that does not disappoints when it comes to a studio and live version of their songs. New Years Day knows how to get the crowd moving and rocking out with the band. After their set ended, they announced to the crowd they were going to be on the side of the venue having a meet and greet with each and every fan that was interested with having a photo, signed merch or a simple chat with the band. The way the Band interacts with their fanbase is inspiring and no matter how well-known their reputation become, they will remain humble and always interact with their fans.

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Japanese Breakfast captivate Miami at their debut show

Japanese Breakfast, the solo project of Korean-American musician, Michelle Zauner, played their first Miami show in the Wynwood Arts District.

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Andrew Bird shares his Finest Work Yet at Miami Beach festival appearance

On February 9, Chicago singer-songwriter and violinist Andrew Bird played at the third annual GroundUp Festival in Miami Beach, closing out its Saturday night date.

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New Order celebrate their key to the city of Miami Beach at sold-out show

On January 12th, dance-rock pioneers New Order were warmly welcomed back to the iconic Jackie Gleason Theater also known as the Fillmore Miami Beach at a sold-out concert following their last show at the venue in 2016.

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The Take Over with Olivia O’Brien

Olivia O'Brien initially gained audiences' attention after posting a cover of one of his songs on Soundcloud. Gnash reached out to Olivia expressing interest in her material, and asked for her to send him any original songs that she had. Olivia O’Brien then sent a voice note of her original song, "hate u, love u.” Gnash invited her to record the song with him in Los Angeles, which turned out to be a hit and charted on the Billboard Top 10 songs.

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South Florida Musical Journey with MUTEMATH and Colony House at the Fillmore Miami Beach

On September 29, 2017 my mind was expanded past anything I ever expected from a night of music headlined by MuteMath. Accompanied by Romes then Colony House, the night was filled with an energy I didn’t expect from a house nearly empty.

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The Growlers' highly anticipated South Florida tour with local heavy hitters, Deaf Poets

The Growlers out shine their popular "Beach Goth" enigma with groove-laced rhythms, memorable live performance, and masterful tracks. The Growlers will be headlining their music festival, The Growler Six, at the Los Angeles Waterfront on October 28th and 29th. The upcoming music festival will feature performances by renowned artists: the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Modest Mouse, The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, Danny Brown, Girl Talk, Butthole Surfers, and many more. 

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Viva Le Vox - An Unexpected Gem!

Viva Le Vox is a three piece band that originated in Lake Worth, Florida but currently hail from Greensboro, North Carolina. They are a mix of Tom Waits, off beat Southern swing ala Squirrel Nut Zippers, with a dash of Nick Cave thrown in for good measure.

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Soundbite presents Fall for Art with Long Shore Drift, The Takers and Leavers, and The Long Shore Drift

SoundBite Magazine hosted an Indie Rock infused event with South Florida local artists: Long Shore Drift, The Takers and Leavers, and The Polar Boys! The groups and audience enjoyed diverse music and participated in the farewell of Long Shore Drift. 

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La Tecnologia, BARAJA

South Florida's Latin Rock group, Baraja, discusses controversial topics in their Alternative Rock tracks. Their bullish tracks discuss a world consumed by social media and handheld devices. The trio are currently recording their upcoming album which will be released next year.

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Cindy Wilson of The B-52s premieres her album "Change" album during her first solo tour

Cindy Wilson best known for being one of the founding members of legendary new wave group The B-52s embarks on her first solo tour in anticipation of her new solo album "Change" which will be available everywhere in November. If given a chance to catch her on her North American tour, expect a show with a combination of celestial  vibes with a psychedelic chillness."

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Animal Rights, Political Upheaval, and the Unrequited Love of The Great Fear