The work of multimedia artist Mark Creegan celebrates identity crises.
Author: Daniel A. Brown
Einstein’s context within the ‘80s underground music scene is a sociology study best drowned out by the music cranked within the 250-person-capacity room.
Combining his twin passions for music and education, Hello Mr. Joe performs for an oft-overlooked audience: kids.
Multi-instrumentalist and audio-tinkerer Animal Clinic has transferred his digital oevre to cassette tape.
A cerebral documentarian, artist Tony Rodrigues keeps his shoulder to the wheel, no matter the external circumstances.
Danny Knierieman remains a not-so-quiet influence on the Northeast Florida punk scene.
Through Crystal Floyd's diverse and halting mixed-media work there is a recurring exaltation of what is not human.
On new EP, Strangerwolf expands on their distinct style of minimalism-meets-stark emotion.
The latest cut and accompanying video by Duval hip-hop artist Jahny Steel is a macro-dose of 21st-century trippery.
Artist Christopher Clark, AKA Cooli Ras, reports in real time on canvas and paper.
Through her own unique vision, Jennifer Lail sees and paints things as they are.
"Four Track Love Song" is the newest cut from top-tier singer-songwriter rickoLus's ode to Jacksonville Beach.
Lost Club's retro (but not cripplingly anachronistic) solo project maintains a partly cloudy atmosphere.
New and wildly entertaining video from electro-pop artist mixes is a colorful melodrama.
See why Void reader's chose Blk Jay's "Ephemeral Thoughts" as this year's best music video in the 904.
With a specialty record label and a raging music festival Winterland Presents keeps kicking out the jams.
An artist residency program and edition publishing house, Long Road Projects has invited 20 renowned artists to Northeast Florida.
With choose-your-own-adventure-style music video, new cult-band Kairos Creature Club paves the way for "Voodoo Success"
904-based band SWAMP is very good; and metal-AF.
A crucial label promoting the progressive production of the distinctive Duval hip-hop scene.
Since 2007 standout improv musician Jamison Williams has released an intense amount of recorded output through his Vantage Bulletin label.
Mr. Al Pete is all about community. While he admits that he’s somewhat of a witness …
Dustin Harewood is as magnanimous as he is busy. As a visual artist, curator, and ar…
TOMBOI is back with the languid, electronic dreamscape "Off the Ground".
Eight years after opening and operating 1904 Music Hall, Jason Hunnicutt estimates t…