As I warmly recall the wild summer nights that I first hit the scene, when Jennys Was A Friend of Mine and together we discovered on the dance floor the kind of magic that took us to Such Great Heights and back again; I realize that no matter what the current trend is, Miami needs an indie dance party!
The District may not be around anymore but luckily The Vagabond has “reloaded” their weekly Friday party with an arsenal of indie dance magic; guaranteed to bring back that Electric Feel and give the Young FolkWhat You Want and the rest of us what we need – indie rock, dirty disco, house, and electro beats!
Although we knocked out early Friday night, exhausted from
getting everything ready to rock and roll for
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evening, our buddy
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Vagabond for what we heard was a kick-ass show and got some great
shots of the
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Hit & Run, opening this Thursday, August 9th at Gregg Shienbaum Gallery in Wynwood, is a retrospective of AholSniffsGlue’s work.
The exhibition features pieces that date back to and before his official debut at Butter Gallery two years ago and includes his memorable characters and infamous eyeballs along with more recent works, some never seen before.
Everyone knows the party never happened if there weren’t any photographers present to document it. With only a handful of decent ones left still circling the nightlife scene, the abrupt disappearance of MiamiMayhem.com in December 2011 was like a death knell for Miami itself. That having been said, Mr. Mayhem is back. Continue Reading
Local live electronics act Entresol has been on some roll since being named Miami New Times’ Best New Electronica Artist back in May. In the past few weeks alone, they’ve opened for Afrobeta at The Stage, performed at Fountain Art Fair with VHS OR Beta, and headlined at The Vagabond. Somehow, amidst all that madness, Entresol’s founder and frontman, Eduardo Rivadeneira, still found time to sit down and talk with us about his music, his machines, and the Miami music scene.
As it turns out, this was only his second interview ever, and the first one never even got published. That makes this the first official interview with Entresol, so read on and catch your first reverent glimpse into the mind of a local legend in the making. Continue Reading