On this righteous day, we celebrate the brave souls who made the American dream a reality. This reality was founded on the grounds that justice is needed for all. This is the one day of the year when we all come together and applaud the fact that people fought to make the land of the brave. As Americans, it is our duty to honor this day the way a true patriot would — we give it our all or we give nothing.
Aer is returning to Gainesville tonight.
Those who missed Diarrhea Planet’s last performance in Gainesville will get another chance to see the band’s high-energy act this weekend.
Locochino, a local alternative/progressive rock band, will perform at The Jam on Friday night. Doors will open at 8 p.m., and the show will begin at 9 with Locochino performing at about 11:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 in advance and $7 at the door. Other performances at the show include Los Panas 352, Stew and Liquid Spiral.
Atlas Road Crew will be making a pit stop in Gainesville for the first time, and vocalist and guitarist Taylor Nicholson is ready to bring everything to the table.
If you haven’t already heard the beats of T-Pain blaring off the walls of a club or an outrageous house party, it’s time to listen up.
Despite being away from his band, one UF student is finding success in the music business.
If you missed Roadkill Ghost Choir when the band performed at frank right before Spring Break, you might want to give it a listen the next time you’re looking for new music.
As students, our lives tend to be very chaotic. Some of us have to work to pay rent, get an internship to help build our resumes and take classes to graduate. All these things require time. With all these obligations, how can we make time for the gym?