A decades-spanning journey from South Florida to the Big Apple.
Articles by Phillip Roffman
It was our show to admire.
For a very select few in Fort Lauderdale, Spring Break took an ideal left turn.
Six years later, Miami not only has a true-blue festival but an identity because of it.
El Paso’s loudest export has returned for good, and now it’s time to catch up.
From The Bends to OK Computer to Amnesiac to A Moon Shaped Pool, it was a trip.
Imagine waking up and reading these dream tour announcements.
The festival game is alive and well in Boise, Idaho.
The New York producer discusses the “screwball comedy” that became his third album.
The future of Miami, Florida is bright and alive in Wynwood.
The curator holds the keys to South Florida’s music, tech, and art.
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