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Let’s face it. Miami was made for the following:
1. Deep house, smooth melodies to sip margaritas while grooving in your best white linens.
2. Commercial house with cheesy vocals and ascending basslines.
3. After-hours at Space, which refutes #1 and #2.
But hard techno?
Born in a motor city of grim, dirt, and oil, techno is as far from the beach as you can get. But next week techno will migrate to Miami with the sounds of Tim Xavier an American-born DJ/producer turned Berlin transplant. (There's something about Germany and techno...) Pioneering the techno world since his first release nearly a decade ago, Tim Xavier was once known for play hard-techno, but has set the trend for blending deep minimal techno and house with outstanding technical skills.
The "Buick Regal Remix" event has finally made it's way to Miami after making pit-stops in LA, Detroit, Boston, and San Antonio. The event will be taking place this Thursday, November 4, at Grand Central. Aside from the complimentary cocktails and gourmet cuisine that will be available, The Plain White T's will also be performing. The event and new vehicle is aimed to "change the (consumers') perception of the brand," said Buick. A video presentation will be displayed to introduce the world to the new and completely revamped line of Buick vehicles. Guest will also be able to interact and view the new models during the event. Check this event out before heading over to Grove Central or Rokbar to continue the night!
This Thursday, October 21, from 7:00pm until 10:00pm; join the family of Miami Foodies and come to Grand Central to enjoy three hours of the equivalent of an amusement park for your taste buds!
Presented by Downtown Development Authority, benefiting the United Way, this is an event that you do not want to miss. Thirty five restaurants with samples of their cuisine for you to try, open bar offering: Famosa Beer, Bombay Sapphire and Barefoot Wine & Bubbly and live music by ‘BAREFOOT & BRENDON’. DJ MIKE T FEATURING JON SAXX.
Joonbug.com Miami threw their first official event to kick off the school year and wrap up Labor Day weekend in Miami. Grand Central, an old train station that has been morphed into a hot new club located in the up and coming downtown Miami area, made for the perfect venue. The event boasted a good looking 18+ crowd hailing mainly from the University of Miami. DJs King Benjamin, Beats Bailey, and New York phenom Jacomino spun open format to start the party, followed by sets of house and electro to close out one of the best Labor Day weekend parties around. Locals and students alike rocked the dance floor and popped bottles of Goose and Moet till 4 AM. The party was a great success and marked the beginning of a promising future for the Joonbug name.