Leo Sun's "When You Wake Up" sounds as if it sprouted from a mangrove of solitude.
Author: Matthew Shaw
Winterland and Duval County Queer Pride Fest bring four local aritsts together for Pride Showcase at Archetype.
In his Avondale-adjacent compound, musician Cory Driscoll has cultivated a creative place to entertain.
Zanele Muholi's highly regarded exhibit of self-portraits makes last US stop before heading to Tate Modern.
With a celebratory song and video, singer-songwriter rickoLus add his voice to the historical record of famed Jax Beach all-ages venue Einstein a Go-Go.
Inside surfing legend's soul pad on Northeast Florida's North Shore.
On new song, "Blue," indie quartet Bobby Kid displays pop sensibilities and serious songwriting chops.
Our fraught relationship with social media is the subject of a new and delightfully named exhibition of photographs from McKinna Anderson at Florida Mining Gallery.
A must-see multimedia exhibition from Flagler College grad Jeremy Dean explores the racial foundations underpinning modern America.
St. Augustine surfer-artist Addie Gibson seeks to #endthestigma around mental health in new episode of Sun Bum's "Beach People."
We asked Northeast Florida writers, creatives, foodies, and personalities to dish on the boldest bites they’ve taken of late.
Summer issue coming in hot!
Watch L.O.V.E. Culture perform among myriad flora in a kind of surrealist jungle.
Two iconic skateboarders-turned-musicians collide for unique night of music at Hotel Palms in Atlantic Beach.
Skate photographer Chris Jolly documents the resiliency and triumphs of Jacksonville’s unique skateboard culture.
With new song and video, "Talkin'" Jeremy Ryan is eager to chart his own hero’s journey through hip-hop.
With new sounds and plenty to say, Geexella returns to the mic.
Longtime beaches resident Tony Prat is a renaissance man, of sorts. As a visual …
Riff-heavy rockers Darkhorse Saloon turn it up to 11 at VOID HQ.
With venues shuttered and tours ground to a halt, prolific Jax singer-songwriter rickoLus changed key and kept the song going.
Gerry Lopez, Steph Gilmore, Mikey February, and several locals talk about our fave pastime in new book "On Surfing" from our friends at Indoek.
In new video, Jax's mighty Afro-Cuban Salsa outfit take a stroll down memory lane... er... Park Street.
Longtime Jacksonville arts advocate Kandice Clark has put the city's wealth of Black Muralists on the map.
Singer and pianist Jay Myztroh runs the table on the African Diaspora with “Voices of Mahogany” live stream show.
A slew of new and very good cuts from stalwarts of the Jacksonville music scene, as well as new arrivals.