Stories with 'electronic music' tag

Sohn Jamal Winter Tour Kickoff

Miami beatmaker and electronic musician Sohn Jamal kicks off his winter tour at Space Mountain Miami. Support TBA Presented by Monstera Management

/ November 9, 2018


Late Night Alumni LIVE at Gramps

With singer Becky Jean Williams and producers John Hancock, Finn Bjarnson, and Ryan Raddon (aka Kaskade), Late Night Alumni has released 5 albums and multiple EPs since 2005. In 2012, Becky and John turned their studio-only project into a live music experience, playing festivals worldwide and opening for Kaskade on his “Atmoshere” Arena Tour. Becky […]

/ October 29, 2018


VENTURE 2018

Venture is to try new things, experiment, and hear a side of Miami you’ve never heard before. Going away from the norm, we’re bringing together rap and dance music. Vendors and artists will be interactive. It’s a peak of the young underground music scene locals seem to miss.

/ September 20, 2018


Terrestrial Funk Tuesdays

Terrestrial Funk is a local record label and mobile/online record shop. Join us for our weekly get down at Gramps. Expressive, emotive, and invigorating music from your host, Brother Dan, and guests. Every Tuesday from nine to one. ‘Sounds From Around The Globe’

/ July 30, 2018


BPM Vol. 4 – Muning, gry.clds, Sohn Jamal, Lautlos, Black Ant

Muning gry.clds Sohn Jamal Lautlos Black Ant GOTM: James Bond 007 BPM is a monthly electronic club night showcasing the best of South Florida’s diverse beatmaker scene. Come vibe, play video games, and dance the night away. Space Mountain Miami is a grass root space for unfettered experimentation among artists and community.

/ July 16, 2018


Eons: Galactic synthpop from the land of palm trees and neon lights

Serene Machine, the new EP by Miami-duo Eons, has a lush, synth pop sound that’s so chill it feels like it could lower the temperature on a hot summer day.

/ August 21, 2015


Fast Facts: Ultra Music Festival

It’s time for the most loved — and hated — event of the year, Miami! As you prepare to dance your face off or flee the city, check out this fast facts graphic on Ultra Music Festival’s history, economic impact, and some tips in case you plan to brave Bayfront Park this weekend.

/ March 26, 2015