Monday, October 14, 2019

Concert Review: Drive-By Truckers/Lucinda Williams at Parker Playhouse

A common proverb among South Floridians (at least the ones I know) is “in Florida, the farther south you go, the more northern people...

BossTones, Steel Pulse to Headline Garlic Fest 2019

The 20th South Florida Garlic Fest announced its national headliners this week for the annual stinkin’ shindig. Both artists have roots in Jamaican music,...

Top 10 Concerts of 2018

We here at bocamag.com reviewed a lot of concerts in 2018—more than in any previous year, according to my completely unscientific tally. With all...

Riptide Music Fest 2018: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Last year, I wrote about Riptide as a burgeoning young festival that had potential to be the next SunFest (think of it as more...

Concert Review: Travis Scott at AA Arena

A roller coaster, fireworks, a mosh pit and a giant inflated astronaut wearing Jordans are items you wouldn't normally see at a rap concert....

House of Creatives Festival a Haven for Millennial Hippies

Miami’s House of Creatives Music and Arts Festival and the Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival may be separated by 140 miles and tens of...

Concert Review: Death Cab for Cutie at Fillmore Miami Beach

Before Monday night, Ben Gibbard was more notable to me for his association with Mark Kozelek of Sun Kil Moon than for his work with...

Concert Review: The Breeders at Fillmore Miami Beach

A bona fide alt-rock legend and her band, touring with the lineup from its most successful era, supporting a solid recent album and taking...

Norton Museum’s PR Man Records Gun Safety Song

We’ve been hearing for months about the possibility of a “blue wave” that may flip the levers of Congressional power this November. Scott Benarde,...

Concert Review: Father John Misty at Fillmore Miami Beach

OK, I’m finally convinced: Josh Tillman is a star. Though 2015’s I Love You, Honeybear grabbed hold of me for a bit around the time...
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