Reflecting on III Points’ 2021 return

Music festival magic is back in Miami, and it was well worth the wait.

/ October 28, 2021

Locals to Know: Lolo Reskin talks Sweat Records’ Sweet 16 and more

Sweat Records owner co-founder Lolo Reskin spoke with The New Tropic about the Miami music hub’s 16th birthday, its history, and what comes next.

/ March 11, 2021

Miami Music in March 2021 – Here’s What’s New Right Now

Afrobeta’s new documentary, “Birthright,” is coming out as part of the Miami Film Festival. 📸: @cristinaisabelrivera Tomorrow is Bandcamp Friday, when more of the money you pay for music goes directly to your favorite artists. But it’s also been a hot minute since we’ve done our infrequent This Week in Miami Music feature, so we […]

/ March 4, 2021

Here’s why Miami loves Mr. 305 so much

Before he was Mr. Worldwide he was Mr. 305. Here’s why Miami loves Pitbull so much.

/ February 4, 2021

‘It’s a spark’ : How the GroundUP Music Festival connects artists to young Miami musicians

The GroundUP Music Festival has worked for years to provide hands-on education for young Miami musicians from organizations like Guitars Over Guns and Young Musicians Unite.

/ February 11, 2020

This camp is Miami’s own summer school of rock for young girls and non-binary youth

Since 2015, Miami Girls Rock Camp has been helping empower girls and non-binary youth while teaching them to make music.

/ July 23, 2019

Make Music Miami wants to make the arts accessible across the 305

Make Music Miami aims to make live music and the performing arts accessible to everyone in the 305.

/ June 19, 2019

Go to: ‘Peter and the Wolf’ at New World Symphony

Check out “Peter and the Wolf” this Sunday. (📸: New World Symphony) GO TO THIS: New World Symphony is performing the classic kids tale of “Peter and the Wolf” with two performances on Sunday, March 31. The show, a “symphonic fairy tale for children,” is the perfect introduction to various orchestral instruments for kiddos ages […]

/ March 25, 2019

Conductor conductor, what’s your function?

Dean Whiteside, Conductor Fellow at New World Symphony Alexa Caravia We’ve all seen an orchestral conductor doing their thing on stage. They seem kinda important, right? After all, they are right in front, leading the music, and even bow to the audience after a performance. So what, exactly, do they do? To find out, we […]

/ January 24, 2019

Video: Forget what you think you know about Overtown

Overtown is a neighborhood that knows all about change. Once considered “The Harlem of the South,” it was the gathering place for musicians such as Duke Ellington, Sammy Davis Jr. and Billie Holiday. But when the construction of I-95 divided the neighborhood into quadrants in the 1960s, Overtown’s economic stability collapsed, and so did its […]

/ December 17, 2018