Nora En Pure’s Bliss

The “Come With Me” chart-topping dance DJ and deep house producer, Nora En Pure, is out on her “Autumn & Winter 2017” tour turning clubs into blissful new worlds. She is a South African native who is Swiss based and creates feelings of serenity to an audience for a living. Nora En Pure is well-travelled

XXYYXX Brings His Beats Back to Orlando

On December 7, The Beacham welcomes back electronic artist, Marcel Everett, producer of the XXYYXX project, to his hometown. The best part – he’s bringing “Marijuana” producer, Chrome Sparks, with him. While many electronic fans are equally familiar with both artists, the Orlando show should be especially exciting for Everett as he takes all his

The Grand Legacy of Modest Mouse

Cavernous, heavy, and deep like the ocean of the Pacific Northwest, tempered by the frothy delicacy of front man Isaac Brock’s distinct vocals, Modest Mouse has made a career combining the extremes and achieved a mainstream success that belies their more alternative roots. Contrasts are reflected in everything from song compositions, which frequently play with

Run River North

In a previous life, Run River North was making the kind of casual, indie-rock that one might notice as background music in a car commercial or Forever 21—as a matter of fact, back in 2013, when they were still using the name Monsters Calling Home, Honda featured the band in an advertisement, surprising them with a slot

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Gets Social

Back in 2005, MP3 bloggers fueled the success of Clap Your Hands Say Yeah when they introduced audiences to Alex Ounsworth and “The Skin Of My Yellow Country Teeth,” a gem showcasing his distinct twang and quirky guitar work. The last time he visited Orlando, CYHSY had already devolved into a solo project, playing shows in

Minus the Bear

After spending the weekend at South by Southwest, Minus the Bear will take the stage at The Beacham to promote VOIDS, their latest LP since 2012’s Infinity Overload. Vocalist Jake Snider told Billboard that plans for a follow-up were complicated when long-time drummer Erin Tate left due to “medical issues” in 2015. VOIDS opens with

A Tribe Called Red

Cancel your plans—or make some—and head downtown to The Social this Thursday night. A Tribe Called Red, the celebrated DJ group out of Ottawa, is about to throw an indigenous-inspired dance party you won’t want to miss. Mix-men DJ NDN, Bear Witness, and 2oolman spotlight the music of First Nations while dropping beats that combine

El Ten Eleven

True to their namesake airliner, instrumental masterminds El Ten Eleven craft music that generates substantial force while maintaining a delicate, cloud-like lightness. Guitarist Kristian Dunn and drummer Tim Fogarty previously played in the indie-pop quartet The Softlightes but decided to ditch the weight of vocals—plus any sense of twee—and establish El Ten Eleven as a sophisticated,

Devendra Banhart

For the first time, Grammy-nominated folk-rocker Devendra Banhart will bring his distinctive sound to central Florida when he performs at The Beacham later this month. Citing everyone from Grace Jones to Guns N’ Roses as influences, Banhart draws on this eclectic musical knowledge to create intimate songs that blend and defy genres.  His latest album,