"Full of dark intensity and black humor" Miami Herald

It’s the end of the world as we know it, and I feel fine. Timur and the Dime Museum might not agree with that famous lyric by R.E.M., but the L.A. conceptual rock group’s apocalyptic new show "Collapse" is so full of dark intensity and black humor that you’ll feel fine for experiencing it – but maybe a bit pensive as well. The theatrical post-punk band that combines indie-rock and classical sounds with a bohemian attitude brings its self-described "post-ecological Requiem" to the Light Box Goldman Warehouse in Miami on Friday night. It tackles the somber subject of climate change, and it was an admittedly tricky task to make such a potentially dry topic compelling to an audience. "We were tr

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