Frank Malvar

Edge, Music

Neon Trees colors Fort Lauderdale

Neon Trees is a band that formed in Utah back in 2005. Since 2005, the band has come a long way from having hits on the radio, television shows and even films. The band stopped at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale on May 29 as part of its 2014 Pop Psychology Tour. A set full…

Top events to attend on 4/20
Community, Edge

Top events to attend on 4/20

You don’t have to be a stoner to be excited about 4/20. This year, 4/20 is also Easter Sunday, which means many people will be spending the day with their families. For those not with family who are looking for something new to do this 4/20, there are many events going on all over the…

DJ Flume brings a flashing remix to Grand Central
Edge, Music

DJ Flume brings a flashing remix to Grand Central

Men and women screamed and rejoiced during Flume’s sold-out show at Grand Central. The combination of his chill tunes and crazy lights during the set, which were 80 percent different shades of purple and 20 percent other colors, was an even better combination than milk and cookies. The stage was dark, minus the white light…

Flume talks making music, future plans
Edge, Music, Q & A + Profiles

Flume talks making music, future plans

Flume is a 22-year-old Australian producer known for songs like “Holdin On,” “Lose the Game” and “Ezra.”. Since his self-titled debut album and recent Lockjaw EP with Chet Faker, Flume has been growing in popularity. He’s even playing the first day of Coachella this year. He will also be in town Tuesday, April 15 to…

Miami makes room for modern art
Art, Community, Edge

Miami makes room for modern art

You don’t have to be an art freak to enjoy an art museum. The Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is a modern and contemporary art museum that exhibits international art of the 20th and 21st centuries. It’s a prime example of a museum you can take your friends to, even the ones who aren’t into…

Glitch Mob talks EDM, Ultra Music Festival
Edge, Music, Q & A + Profiles

Glitch Mob talks EDM, Ultra Music Festival

On tour after releasing their sophomore album, “Love Death Immortality,” The Glitch Mob, a three man EDM group consisting of edIT, Boreta and Ooah, stopped in Miami to perform at the first day of Ultra Music Festival. The Miami Hurricane sat down with the LA based EDM group to discuss their name, visuals and  plans…

Dubstep duo drops details of their career
Edge, Music

Dubstep duo drops details of their career

The latest album by dubstep and drum and bass producers Joshua Steele and Shaun Brockhurst, aka Flux Pavilion and Doctor P, proves that, contrary to some people’s beliefs, dubstep isn’t dead. Circus Records, an independent record label that Flux Pavilion and Doctor P helped create, released a compilation album titled Grand Central on March 24….

Conference features week of music madness
Edge, Music

Conference features week of music madness

Spring break may be over, but fear not. Winter Music Conference is right around the corner. On its 29th consecutive year, the Winter Music Conference is a musical extravaganza that attracts over 100,000 visitors a year. There are many events to choose from, whether it’s a club, pool party, lounge or even a yacht. Admission…

Community, Edge

Ways to Spice Up your Spring Social calendar

The month of March revolves around spring break travels and beach days. But break can be rough if you’re left out while others go on nice trips, and bad weather spoils the beach. Instead of spending all that time looking around for what to do, make every day feel like spring break and check out…

News, Profiles

Documentary follows life of quadriplegic soldier

Travis Mills is a former United States Army sergeant with a wife and daughter. In 2012, on his 25th birthday, he woke up in a hospital. Four days before, he had an incident with a homemade bomb, which caused him to lose portions of his arms and legs. A documentary crew followed him through his…

Save these dates for cultural craze
Community, Edge

Save these dates for cultural craze

Spice up the shortest month of the year by expanding your weekend routine. Break out of the usual pattern of house parties, SoBe, Grove, repeat, and immerse yourself in the spectrum of Miami culture. Check out The Miami Hurricane’s calendar of February events you won’t want to miss. Kele Okereke at Bardot Feb. 6 The…

Arctic monkeys discuss career
Edge, Music, Q & A + Profiles

Arctic monkeys discuss career

It’s been more than 10 years since the British indie rock band Arctic Monkeys formed. Since then, they have grown into musical sensations selling out arenas worldwide and garnering more than four million Facebook fans.  But fame hasn’t gone to their heads; they are still a group of down-to-earth guys who like to hang out…

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