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Miami-born DJ Steve Aoki to drop beats at LIV Nightclub
Edge, Music

Miami-born DJ Steve Aoki to drop beats at LIV Nightclub

Steve Aoki is returning to LIV Nightclub on South Beach. Aoki, who recently released a new track and has plans to drop a new album next year, will be mixing tracks alongside Waka Flocka and AutoErotique. His stop at LIV is part of his Aokify America Tour, which is set to finish in Vancouver, Canada,…

Big Night in Little Haiti
Best of Miami, Edge, Music

Big Night in Little Haiti

  When it comes to the Miami music and culture scene, nothing’s free. Ultra tickets cost $300 for the weekend; a performance at the Arsht Center can cost $40 or more; even a tour of the Wynwood Art Walk costs $20. This is a rough reality to face for fans of the arts – especially…

Notable Roll Call
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Notable Roll Call

With celebrities like the Rock flashing the U on orientation videos, it’s not hard to imagine all the talent that has come from the University of Miami. The list of accomplished alumni has stretched far and wide since the school’s beginning. But just how many of UM’s famous alumni do you know? The Miami Hurricane…

Festival Miami to feature diverse artists, genres
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Festival Miami to feature diverse artists, genres

For the Frost School of Music, October marks the beginning of its biggest event of the year: the highly anticipated Festival Miami. Festival Miami is a month-long music festival centered around four themes: “Great Performances,” “Jazz and Beyond,” “Creative American Music” and “Music of the Americas.” The festival includes performances by both students and professionals,…

MGMT tries darker sound in third album
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MGMT tries darker sound in third album

There was a lot of excitement surrounding the release of MGMT’s newest, self-titled album Tuesday. However, those who loved the lighthearted, dynamic tracks on “Oracular Spectacular” will quickly be thrown off by this album, which moves away from fun, trippy effects to something deeper, and, in some cases, more sinister. Though still rich with effects…

Quincy Mumford talks mixing genres on new album
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Quincy Mumford talks mixing genres on new album

Quincy Mumford is a Renaissance man of sound. The 21-year-old lead singer of the band Quincy Mumford and the Reason Why, combines many different genres to create songs that are fluid and dynamic, moving seamlessly from one sound to the next. This summer, Mumford and his band released their latest CD entitled “Its Only Change.”…

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