Dyllan Furness is Miami New Times' "foreign" correspondent. After earning a degree in philosophy from the University of Florida, he crossed the pond and dove into music, science, and technology from Berlin.
4 days ago | III Points Festival
In the past four years, III Points has brought some huge to Miami, all while aiming to support local artists who might not otherwise be heard. In the festival's first year alone, James Murphy and Jamie xx took the stage. This year, the fest is bri...
5 days ago | III Points Festival
Richie Hawtin’s new live performance begins in pitch darkness. Hawtin can’t be seen, but he can be sensed behind a droning bass line that undulates at a frequency felt deep in the chest. A flurry of chirps follows and rises in pitch until the soun...
5 months ago | Interviews
It’s been a bittersweet few weeks for Julien Ehrlich and Max Kakacek. Shortly before the two Chicagoans set off on their latest U.S. tour with their band Whitney, their respective girlfriends broke up with them. The tour h...
8 months ago | Art
For Kelly Breez, if there’s one good thing to come out of the nightmare that is the Trump administration, it’s that she’s fucking fired up again. "Everything was pretty hunky-dory while Obama was still around,” she says. “I wasn’t thinking about p...
9 months ago | Concerts
In a 1973 interview with Dick Cavett, Marlon Brando claimed that all people were constantly performing, not just out of habit but out of necessity. "We couldn't survive a second if we weren't able to act," he said. "Acting is a survival mechanism;...
11 months ago | Art Basel Miami Beach
Nik Nowak is fascinated by bass. A few years ago, this obsession saw Nowak create the Soundpanzer, a mobile tank that unfolds into a studio and subwoofer tower — a weaponized DJ booth of sorts. Now, the Berlin-based artist is bringing his machine ...