Behold: Northeast Florida businesses offer something for everyone this holiday season.
Our winter issue is hitting the streets. Phew! We made it through 2020.
With new record, indie-electronic duo LANNDS finds its footing on ever-shifting ground.
Click play to watch one of our fave local Hip-hop acts fill the screen.
Lost Club's retro (but not cripplingly anachronistic) solo project maintains a partly cloudy atmosphere.
It’s a muggy evening in Northeast Florida and local surfer-shaper-musician Sean Piper is toiling away in the Ghetto Surfboards Factory. Piper’s cover…
Jacksonville-based Indie rock quartet Faze Wave has been teasing a follow-up to 2018's well-received Lethologica since late spring, leaking a smatterin…
The Ellameno Beat's new tune is quite a departure. And surely a nice trip.
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.
With new sounds and plenty to say, Geexella returns to the mic.
Pianist John Shannon's new EP is an exceedingly chill, LoFi affair.
We've been the star of many a skate clip!
Experimental-electronic band Sea Cycles continues to slowly peddle its new music.
New and wildly entertaining video from electro-pop artist mixes is a colorful melodrama.
If our fall 2020 issue doesn't get you hyped on Jax, check your pulse!
Like everything LANNDS does, "ninety four" packs a singular sonic punch.
Bedroom Pop artist Yuno makes a cozy cloud pillow even more comfy.
Katzman's new rocker will rattle the DNA of whatever viral particulate might be lingering within decibel range.
Zrae's nine songs chart a series of emotional peaks and valleys--a relative rollercoaster ride of contemporary R&B-infused pop!
Modern Violence's new EP is a raucous, much-needed cathartic release.
Faze Wave pulls the lever on the recliner and sinks into a comfortable indie-rock sound.
Purveyor of polished pop, Wolf Mason, is (secretly) one of the most popular artists in the 904.
St. Augustine-based singer-songwriter DL is OK sings about finding redemption by following a creative path.
Indie-emo quintet Modern Violence dropped by our Jax Beach HQ and assualted our ears with its atmospheric, rocky riffage.
The pandemic and subsequent economic restrictions have hit Jacksonville’s live music scene especially hard.