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THIS WEEKEND: SHOWS TO SEE IN MIAMI

Another week, another round-up of music-centric events you shouldn’t miss out on! This weekend: shows to see in Miami include

Friday, July 19th – Portals to Kaos @ The Ground

Miami based creative collective Portals will be launching their debut party at The Ground on Friday. The event, Portals to Kaos is designed to show the reality of chaos in our lives expressed through the sounds of techno. Spanish Dj and producer Hector Oaks aka Cadency, will be headlining alongside local artists, Oralet, M7 and Adar Geva, to deliver a never before seen party experience. This will be the first multidimensional event at Space that will include a virtual reality experience, created by VIRGO, that will give you the desire to release all of your emotions on the dancefloor. The event will kick at 11 PM, going all night. The event is 18+, with 3 tiers of ticket pricing depending on the time of entry. Early birds (before 1 AM) can grab tickets for $10, which will grant entry to both Floyd and The Ground. More info

 

Saturday, July 20th – Subtropical Experiments – Stories, Science, Jazz @ WDNA

Want a day time hang? Head to WDNA Radio station this Saturday as Subtropical Experiments blend south Florida stories, science and jazz for a creative approach to how we understand and can affect our local landscape. The collaborative project is brought to you by WDNA Public Radio, student scientists from the University of Miami and Florida International University, Miami musicians, artists, and community organizations. This weekend’s iteration presents Coral Morphologic, an art-science duo formed by marine biologist Colin Foord and musician J.D. McKay provide our story, as pioneers of avant-garde coral macro-videography. Mike Connelly & Megan Smith of the University of Miami will talk about the living corals and the fossilized ancient reefs that make up Florida’s bedrock and aquifer system (our source of drinking water). Rescue a Reef Program will fill us in on how to protect our local reefs and last but not least, Lemon City Trio will bring their blend of cinematic guitar textures, hip-hop grooves, and slinky Cajun beats. The event is free with an RSVP, and starts at 2 PM. More info

 

Saturday, July 20th – Gardy Girlaut @ Gramps

Haitian electronic musician, DJ, remixer and record producer Gardy Girault will be playing his debut set on the main patio of Gramps this Saturday starting at 11 PM. A pioneer and sonic explorer of music subgenre “rara tech” (which fuses the Afro-Haitian genre rara with house music, and konpa tech), Girault has long been steering the pack with his infectious music production,  famed for his legendary dance party, No Passport. The event is 21+ and free of charge! More info

 

 

Sunday, July 21st – 777 Invades Churchill’s @ Churchill’s

The creatives from Downtown’s 777 Mall will be taking over Churchill’s this Sunday for a night packed with experimental performance and music. With over 13 artists on the lineup including Experimental Ambient DJ Soko Ce, Rafa Vargas’s Polygenre noise project Calnepuelco and a No wave outfit Donzii (known for their integration of performative elements), its set to be an immersive and steller night. The event will run from 6 PM to 1 AM, with a door charge of just $5. More info 

 

 

Sunday, July 21st- PUNX Picnic @ legion park 

Though the first iteration was, unfortunately, canceled due to bad weather, Hardcore for Punx Unplugged won’t give up that easy and is back in action this Sunday. Join AntifacesSewerside Bombers, Juanchi zeta, and UNION at Legion Park for a punk Picnic/potluck! The event begins at 3 pm and is free, all ages and dog-friendly! Don’t forget to bring your own picnic wears – and potentially an umbrella! More info

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