Three years after last going on tour, the Savants of Soul kicked off their Florida tour with a lively performance among dozens of fans.
Independent Venue Week highlighted Gainesville’s music scene — a once booming, then barren, and now recovering collection of community staples.
A sample platter featuring some of the many amazing artists in Gainesville.
Under a weekly Tuesday and Friday night sky, attendees liven empty parking lots with headlights, car speakers, dogs and drinks.
Brought together by a shared love for anime is Gainesville Nerds United, a collective that aims to uplift and connect Black voices in anime culture. The group attends anime conventions across Florida to participate in panel discussions and cosplay.
Armed with only his acoustic guitar, the Virginia-native singer commenced a small-scale tour of independent venues July 7.
Straight up and down like six o’clock: Local Gainesville studio seeks to be the go-to spot for local artistsBy Averi Kremposky | July 5
With two locations in Gainesville, “Like 6 O’clock Studios” is the product of one musician's disoriented walk through the music industry and his dedication to ensuring a solidified path for others.
Local community members are rallying to support the fat liberation movement through different forms of art and media.
Gainesville’s meager population, compared to other large cities, can discourage big-name artists from performing in town. The predicament forces UF concert lovers to flee the city if they want to catch hotshot musicians.
Powfu's 12-show tour in includes a stop at the High Dive in Gainesville June 16.
Gaineville-based folk singer-songwriter Maggie Clifford released “Come the Rain,” her first single under Spirit House records on June 14.
Goldenrod Parlor gave inclusive haircuts to the LGBTQ community Sunday in partnership with the Dresscode Project.
Goldenrod, an LGBTQ-friendly salon, offers gender-affirming haircuts in an inclusive and accommodating environment.
With plot lines involving an escape from a Russian prison, scientific experiments gone wrong, a parody of a California stoner-comedy and a “Scooby Doo”-reminiscent group of teens solving the mysteries of a small town, there is truly something in this season of "Stranger Things" that will appeal to everyone.