Little Haiti’s Sweat Records has served not only as a local vinyl distributer, but also as a music venue, bakery and coffee bar. Now this quirky record store has another reason to be included in your weekend plans: brunch, and not your typical eggs-and-bacon breakfast, we’re talking a vegan waffle party.
A collaboration between Shins front man, James Mercer, and producer Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton, the self-titled debut album from Broken Bells delivers exactly what one would expect: plenty of catchy hooks and funky synth-driven beats, characterized by Mercer’s crooning, melodic vocals.
This Sunday night, Brooklyn duo Ratatat will bring their instrumental-electronica beats to Ft. Lauderdale's Revolution. For those looking for a good dance party following the aftermath of the Winter Music Conference, this event is sure to get feet moving.
Producer Phil Ramone will be conducting a Master Class this Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Victor E. Clarke Recital Hall in the Frost School of Music. The class will be open to the public on a first come first serve basis and is free of charge.