Kristine Villarroel is a second-year journalism student at the University of Florida and a staff writer with the Avenue. In her free time, you can usually find her making playlists or talking about the full moon.
Three years after last going on tour, the Savants of Soul kicked off their Florida tour with a lively performance among dozens of fans.
Gaineville-based folk singer-songwriter Maggie Clifford released “Come the Rain,” her first single under Spirit House records on June 14.
Three years and a pandemic since he first skyrocketed to the international stage with his hit single "Callaita," “Un Verano Sin Ti” picks up exactly where Bad Bunny left off.
On a regular night, High Dive hosts a familiar performance to Gainesville’s live music scene: four dudes with guitars playing do-it-yourself indie pop-rock. Grace Lamerson is bringing a different sound to Gainesville.
Following last month’s Bubblegum Bass Dance Party honoring the late hyperpop pioneer SOPHIE, the Wooly will be hosting a hyperpop-themed night Nov. 20.
While FEST took over downtown Gainesville music venues over the past Halloween weekend, bringing hundreds of pop-punk bands from all across the country, the Hardback Cafe held its own “Not FEST.”