David Rolland is a freelance music writer for Miami New Times. His mornings are spent educating his toddler daughter on becoming a music snob. His spare time is spent dabbling in writing fiction and screenplays whose subjects are mostly music snobs.
6 hours ago | Concerts
While Canadian indie rockers Wolf Parade, are now serving as openers for Arcade Fire, the two bands' histories have a much deeper history. Not only are both influenced by the art rock of The Talking Heads, they each started in Montreal at the turn...
1 day ago | Concerts
If you're old enough, you can recollect that in the '90s, baby-boomers wouldn't stop boasting how old-time rock 'n' roll was best. "Bob Dylan, the Doors, Woodstock, that was when rock was rock," they'd tell you. The old-timers would keep their rad...
6 days ago | Things To Do
Like much of South Florida after Hurricane Irma, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens suffered damage to its property and is trying its best to recover. Like most of your neighbors, Vizcaya could also really use your help. Unlike your neighbors, however, the ...
14 days ago | Review
In a city with a future lies that lies in the cone of uncertainty, there was at least one large room where Miami could forget the dread and anxieties on Wednesday night. For more than two hours at the Fillmore Miami Beach, Modest Mouse b...
15 days ago | Concerts
With South Florida in complete pandemonium with the monster Hurricane Irma on the horizon, there is confusion and incertitude over what is open and what is closed. Ticket holders for events scheduled for the days before Irma approaches might be wo...
22 days ago | Music Festivals
If you had to take a stab at what side of the political line Kip Moore falls on, you might guess the one that wears red trucker hats with "Make America Great Again" stitched on them. After all, this is the singer and co-writer of Top 10 country so...