Artopia will honor Pervis Young during a remembrance event coinciding with the 4 year anniversary of the artist’s passing. Artopia is the oldest art gallery in Miami with more than 30 years in Wynwood. Artopia served as a studio for Pervis Young. Young was one of the most prolific artists of our time, he was the catalyst of Miami’s art scene paving the way for Miami to become one of the world’s greatest art cities.
The first time you listen to Jean Jacket, it will be incredibly difficult to think of a way to describe the act; the slightly surreal, dreamlike quality of the songs is without a ready comparison in music today. Harlowe G., the mastermind behind the act, weaves complex melodies and beats with yearning, emotional vocals to paint a picture of agonizing loss and intense desire in his first, self-titled release. The nine-track album was released on Decades Records on March 25th, the culmination of a year of work.
Yesterday, the Dream Hotel was home to the Chicken & Beer event hosted by Feel Up Records presenting The Jillionaire, Walshy Fire, The Partysquad and more as well as *Special Unannounced Guests. This may have seemed like just another ordinary rooftop pool party in South Beach except for the fact that two of the headliners made up two-thirds of the electronic music project, Major Lazer. The missing third was none other than Diplo, a name everyone in the music industry knows and is notorious for throwing secret shows around Miami during the WMC week. With just a free RSVP on the Feel Up Records site, I headed to the Dream hotel with this in mind and luckily I did not leave unfulfilled.
There’s nothing like having the dance floor in motion to get you moving. The 2nd Annual Masters At Work At Sea with Louie Vega and Kenny Dope was an evening worth remembering. I was apprehensive of the yacht party scene until I boarded the Lady Windridge, and after 5 hours with a community that I feel honored to call friends, my perspective was transformed.
Anané and Louie Vega combined the power of NYC and South Africa’s finest to present Sunset Ritual featuring Uhuru, Luisito Quintero, Josh Milan, Black Motion, Oskido, The Musical Maestro, and Antonello Coghe at Cafeina Wynwood Lounge
It’s Tuesday and this year’s Winter Music Conference/ Miami Music Week is already in full force. South Beach, Downtown Miami, and Wynwood have already seen some great talent roll through and it’s only the beginning! As the most anticipated week for many locals and visitors, there’s only so much you can plan before you’re thrown into the pool parties and 24-hour events with some of the best music you’ve heard all year. From deep house and GoodTimes in Wynwood, to diverse line-ups in Downtown Miami, and the ever shining pool parties of South Beach. This year, I will be covering several events throughout the week via photos and exclusive video interviews, capturing the essence of what Miami Music Week means to you. Stay tuned and never stop dancing!
The Hongs are back! And just in time too! We needed some indie dance rock in our lives!
Just a couple of days ago, we got an exclusive new track from the band. The new tune takes a turn for dance, which we absolutely LOVE! So much, that we got permission from Gordon Myers (lead/bass) himself to share it with you here today. Before we get to that, The Hongs would also like to invite you all to catch them playing (the new and the old) live this week! The band will be performing twice during this week of music madness. First, at the newish Bar Stache in Ft. Lauderdale. Then, at Will Call in Downtown Miami Friday night. Joining the Hongs will be Smurfio from Afrobeta and Aaron Johnson from Brazilian Girls. That being said, whatever you do, go and catch them live and get ready to dance your pants off!
The Spring equinox is upon us, bringing with it April showers, May flowers and Deep Antiquity’s dark & occult S14 Lookbook. With an exclusively unique collection of palmistry & pagan cross t-shirt designs to mythological Greek inspired handmade jewelry, Deep Antiquity is delivering modern fashion with esoteric style. Take a trip into the dark side and get to know the Miami based duo behind Deep Antiquity.
As we all know, WMC is just around the corner. Scratch that, it’s here and knocking on the door. For the next week or so, international DJs and top notch producers will be gracing our ears with the sweet sound of music at some of the best parties in the world. Nonetheless, there’s one special party that we think will give you just the right fix of music: The 5th Annual FIXED Party at The Vagabond.This year’s lineup is even stronger than last year’s, and last year’s was wicked. Because chunky paragraphs of copied/pasted text known as “bios” are awfully boring and dull, we’re giving you the “skinny” on these EDM VIP’s along with a healthy music sampler. If at the end of this you’re left wanting more (which is very likely), you can enter to win two complimentary tickets (do it – save your ca$h for taxis and party favors) to come party with us and the Fixed posse at The Vagabond next Friday. Let’s get started!
This Saturday at Colony Theater, Academy Award-nominated director Sam Green will be recounting the life of the late visionary R. Buckminster Fuller in The Love Song of Buckminster Fuller. A live score created by the elusive yet inspiring indie “it” band, Yo La Tengo will be performed as the soundtrack alongside Green’s narration of Buckminster’s colorful trajectory. This live documentary will showcase video clips and vivid imagery, much like Green’s previous works, The Measure of All Things and Utopia in Four Movements.