Archive for June, 2010

Incubus Frontman Brandon Boyd Goes Solo

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30 Jun
Incubus Frontman Brandon Boyd Goes Solo

Brandon Boyd’s new solo album will be released on July 6th this year and from the time of this post it will be next week. Incubus’s frontman which many women have drooled over and had sexual relations with in their heads, has gone solo and the name of the album is called The Wild Trapeze. Apparently, the news really hadn’t become much of a hype in the mainstream radio, but Brandon Boyd with a large fan base on and off Facebook had announced on his status update that he’ll... Read More →

Rush Is Releasing Their New Album, "Clockwork Angels" Next Year

We all know that Rush is now going to be touring their Time Machine tour which will be them performing the entire “Moving Pictures” album. There’s been news circling around though that although they’re out doing the Time Machine tour, they also have more than half the new album complete. Once the tour is done they will be completing it and it’s a rough estimate that the album will be coming out in Spring 2011. Through many decades together, Rush continues to perform... Read More →

THINK TANK (Llamabeats & Parable) – Gun In My Hand

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29 Jun
Think Tank, Parable, Llama Beats

The fresh collaborative between Llamabeats & Parable, collectively known as THINK TANK, is more than just Hip-Hop. In fact, they’re sound parallels the likes of Sublime and Incubus as much as it does The Roots and A Tribe Called Quest, with hints of everything in between. Comprised of Miami’s best-kept secret Llamabeats (the musical trio of producer The What’s Good?, guitarist Master Fader, and vocalist Spits) and one of South Florida’s... Read More →

The Weekly Podcast

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29 Jun
The Weekly Podcast

So, I’ve been thinking about how I’m going to integrate a prize into our podcasts. A formula where you can win a little something, just by listening to good music, which is kind of an awesome thing, considering that not only am I giving you amazing music to listen to on a Tuesday but you ALSO get some free shit. I think I’m going to base it around the antisteez echo that I add in throughout the mix. Basically what I’m thinking is, either count how many antisteez echoes you... Read More →

Screening: Exit Through the Gift Shop

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26 Jun
Banksy's "Flower Riot"

“The story of how an eccentric French shop keeper and amateur film maker attempted to locate and befriend Banksy, only to have the artist turn the camera back on its owner with spectacular results. Billed as ‘the world’s first street art disaster movie’ the film contains exclusive footage of Banksy, Shephard Fairey, Invader and many of the world’s most infamous graffiti artists at work.” - Sundance Film Festival This documentary quickly became... Read More →

Logics – “Everything”

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24 Jun
Logics ArtOfficial

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Helmet's New Album And Re-Release of The Album "Betty"

It seems that Helmet will be releasing their own album soon, but just to give everyone else an appetizer, they’ve decided on re-releasing their most successful album, “Betty”. I’ve always been a Helmet since my middle school days and my first album purchase was actually the “Betty” album. The front cover was sucha genius contradiction to the music because of the bad ass music covered by the front cover being a woman in the valley some valley work. The music is... Read More →

The Weekly Podcast

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22 Jun
The Weekly Podcast

Hello and welcome to another episode of ‘The Weekly Podcast’. I get so tired of figuring out what to tell you guys. I guess, as a quick intro, I’ll inform you guys that I’m starting off with a tune off of the new The Roots album which dropped today and, in reality, is fucking AMAZING!!!! Check out the very well written review on this album, that out new writer, Paul, shares with the Earf. Dude is a huge The Roots fan and I tip my fitted at him. Also, adding some local love... Read More →

Album Review: Eminem “Recovery”

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22 Jun
Album Review: Eminem "Recovery"

The man, the myth, the legend known as Eminem drops his much anticipated “Recovery” just in time for the summer. I’m not going to lie to you; the only two Eminem albums I still own and have in rotation are “Infinite” and “The Slim Shady LP”. Each CD after that I listened to in its entirety upon release, but didn’t keep me wanting more. I don’t know if it was the switching from his battle-rap style to the cockier... Read More →

The Roots How I Got Over

Drums and lyrics. Fresh squeezed music from one of my favorite groups of all time and one of my favorite spit kickers to ever rhyme. I’m talking about THE Legendary Roots Crew from the illadeph. For those who’ve only heard their Grammy award winning joint “I Got You” featuring Erykah Badu there is more to them, as their front man MC would so eloquently put it “I got a crib with a Grammy and a gat on the shelf.” Current members of the crew include... Read More →

The Duchess of Doral

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22 Jun
The Duchess of Doral

If you are a 305′er and have been anywhere in the Doral area, especially near the Walmart on NW 87th Avenue and 25th Street, then you have seen her. High, colorful socks, huge pile of bags, and her trademark big, black hat. A lone, dilapidated figure in fancy, if worn, clothing. She is a tragic sort of woman with an air of wilted aristocracy. Yes…the Duchess of Doral. (Yeah, we named her that. It’s fitting.) For years, people have driven past her while she sits regally, waiting... Read More →

Black Bobby For President

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22 Jun
Black Bobby For President

Black Bobby @ Sweatstock PHOTO: Antisteez.com Aren’t you tired of turning on the radio and hearing the same beat, lyrics and ideas? In 2001 I stopped listening to the radio and haven’t looked back. The airwaves in Miami are saturated with artificial, shallow and materialistic music. You have to dig for the good music in this town. It shouldn’t be like that way, but reality is- great music isn’t played on the radio. That is why you... Read More →