Little Haiti’s Sweat Records serves not only as a local vinyl distributer, but also as a music venue, bakery and coffee bar.
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.
Spoken Word, an open mic event for students to share their poetry, will say goodbye to its home at the Rathskeller this coming Wednesday, which is already bringing a sense of nostalgia to student poets at the University of Miami. Senior Uduak Bassey remembers attending and speaking at Spoken Word nights since her sophomore year….