Larry Tee, Class Actress, and Million Young @ Vagabond March 11

It’s WMC time. Spring-breakers, warm weather and world famous DJs have descended upon the magic city, ready to blow minds and speakers with all that new material they’ve been creating over the cold winter months.  If you want electro tickling your eardrums and cheap drink specials get you open, then Vagabond has you covered. (more…)

Saturday Night Breakdown

If you’re sitting at your computer when this post goes up then you should be ashamed… or drunk. Lucky for you it’s never too late to save Saturday night when you’re living in Miami. Downtown is full of some great live acts tonight! (more…)

Bruise Cruise Kick-Off Party @ Grand Central Thursday 2.24

On Friday 400 people will set sail from Miami to the Bahamas for a weekend full of drinking, tanning, and jamming out to a stacked lineup of talented musicians. Unfortunately, the Bruise Cruise is sold out but for the rest of us Grand Central will be the place to catch those acts before they set sail. Black Lips, Surfer Blood, Jacuzzi Boys and many more will be present, along with a few hundred travelers looking to pre party. When you mix live music, alcohol, and carefree vacationers inhibitions get real low and the potential for ridiculousness reaches new levels – it’s science . So if you want to be a part of that atmosphere then get your pre-sale ticket here. Bruise Cruise Passengers get in for free. (more…)

J. Rabbit Drops Ninja Step / Probably Chicago EP

J. Rabbit knows hard, grimy, dubstep. If you’ve just recently jumped aboard the dubstep bandwagon, then you probably missed out on Ninja Gaiden. Take a moment to correct that. J.Rabbit just recently released the follow up to that epic with his new 2 track EP Ninja Step / Probably Chicago. Ninja Step picks up where Ninja Gaiden left off, with sensai dropping some knowledge before hitting you with a drop so heavy you won’t mind listening to it over and over and over… (more…)

Lowercase @ Bar Feb 16

This Wednesday night Bar is opening up for some new, young, local talent. Lowercase will be showcasing his infectious flow and well produced tracks alongside a few other artists. His music gives you the vibe of high school when  girls, music, and doing stupid shit with friends reigned supreme.  Don’t get it twisted though, his beats and production are a lot further along then you’d expect from a youngster. These Kendall kids are gonna bring their own flavor of grime to Bar when they hit the stage tomorrow night. As always Bars’ signature cheap drinks, no hassle, no cover motto is still in effect. So if you’re in the mood to check out what the next generation of local artists have in store, then drop on by. Doors open at 9 and it’s 18+.

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