904-based band SWAMP is very good; and metal-AF.
A crucial label promoting the progressive production of the distinctive Duval hip-hop scene.
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.
Catch LPT in full-flight, boasting through their performance, and also cruising the streets of DT Jax in some cherry-looking antique whips.
If you're looking for some reverb-oriented, jangly jams, Hensley's four-song release should find your earholes immediately.
Tell us who and what is #1 in the 904.
Here's the local music you should be bumping in July.
A new song and video finds Beaches-based renaissance man stepping into even more experimental territory.
Since 2007 standout improv musician Jamison Williams has released an intense amount of recorded output through his Vantage Bulletin label.
Sandro Young gets at the "How" in surprisingly candid--and entertaining--fashion.
Beautfiul Beluthatchee Park plays sanctuary for Jax songwriters looking seeking inspiration in the work of one of Northeast Florida's famous literary sons.
Seven bangin' tracks and a sci-fi origin story. What else could you ask for?
While we may not yet be able to enjoy live music, we're blessed here in Northeast Florida, as the creative cups of local musicians overfloweth. There's…
Crank Lost Club's timeless yet modern pop vapors. Then exhale slowly.
After months of not performing, musicians are cautiously returning to the stage.
Che had us in the palm of her hand with this sultry, inquisitive, slow-burn performance at Void HQ.
Mr. Al Pete is all about community. While he admits that he’s somewhat of a witness and observer in this life, his latest and fifth full-length, Mister…
"While local hip-hop collective L.O.V.E. Culture boasts five artists who can stand on their own, the group takes a stance to turn off the ego and rol…
If you’re reading this, it pains me to say, we are not yet living as we once did. How do I know? Well, this is a digital issue, for one. We still can’t…
9E's new video is a a low-lit, riff-heavy, and enjoyable affair.
Indie-folk artist Trella reaps the rewards of her risk taking in enjoyable ways.
WJCT's Jacksonville Music Experience launches virtual jazz festival for Memorial Day Weekend.
Modern Violence drops a crunchy, melodious, dramatic rocker, "Past Life."
Justin Time the Rookie's "I Not Sorry" proves he's one of Jacksonville's emerging pop talents.
Tours may be on hold, but the music doesn’t stop this multifarious maestro.