Club Space has been a bastion for electronic dance music in Miami for over a decade, a world renowned venue for its huge acts, energetic crowds, and laaaaaaate nights (parties often run until noon THE NEXT DAY). This Labor Day weekend marks the first time the venue will close its door for an extended period of time (no fears, its for renovations!) and they are making sure they go out in style…
So, to honor that spirit of ingenuity, we are doing a special night of Favella Chic at Coco Deville, a party where Brazilian ladies have long flocked to bring the spirit of the land of the tan directly to Miami via seductive dancing and tiny dresses.
Damaged Goods and Troy Kurtz will be bringing a special mix of electro latin vibes and hip snapping dance music fit for a Funk Ball.
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Over this coming weekend, our not-so-secret trap star: DJ Megan Foxxx of Heroes & Villains is on a mission to rape and pillage what integrity is left on the beaches of South Florida, and leave the survivors with with a taste for bass and trap music that only a true ATLien can spawn.
Summer anywhere can leave you hot and bothered, but only summer in Miami leaves you Haute & Bothered!
To celebrate the fashionable near nakedness and sexual hormonal spikes of Miami’s naughtiest season (whatever tourists and winter, locals get really scandalous during the summer), Overthrow’s Troy Kurtz made a mix that perfectly fits the sins of the city during the summer. Sophisticated bass, exclusive remixes, and sexy blends make this mix the one to drop when the heat becomes to much to bear without bearing a little more skin.
Wynwood’s gallery/lounge CAFEINA plays host to the official release party of this mix with Troy playing an extended Haute & Bothered set, and guest sets by Corey Sleazemore and Damaged Goods. To keep you cool and quench your thirst, we will be having drink specials all night.
People everywhere are coming to join the psychedelic revelry
Set to transpire at BAR with guests from near and far joining
You and me and residents Damaged Goods and Troy Kurtz and now Corey Sleazemore from Los Angeles and Miami’s introduction to
Homie from Atlanta Wolfdog doing visuals and Overthrow fam Daniel Distaster, 1/2 of Heroes+Villains and
Really one of the heaviest producers
Anywhere when it comes to the bass and krunk and
Must we remind you of the
Awesome $5 Devil’s Duo of PBR and Whiskey?!
We at Overthrow like to consider ourselves music enthusiasts, but it’s no rocket science that the mohawked bass destroyer Rusko aka Christopher Mercer will end 2010 as The King Of Bass and dubstep’s 1st crossover star. Rusko has already worked on Kid Sister’s “Ultraviolet” and M.I.A’s new release “/\/\ /\ Y /\” album, but the 25-year-old British producer has also just dropped his debut solo LP called O.M.G.! through Mad Decent, with heaters (and special guests Gucci Mane, Crookers, and more!)
For his OMG! US Tour, Overthrow presents Rusko’s almighty return to AtlantaThursday October 28 at The Masquerade, alongside our very own Heroes & Villains (aka DJ Meganfoxxx).
This week, celebrate Wednesday with more then a stiff cocktail and starting to plan your weekend by heading to Miami Beach to see one of the most popular and consistently hard rocking bands around THE DEFTONES!
From the Daily Show to Important Things, comic Demetri Martin has brought the absurd idiosyncrasies we accept as everyday to the forefront with a dry and witty sense of humor, a piano, and a giant easel pad.
Afterparty down the street, Misfit Friday at Louis in the Gansevoort South.
Then on Saturday, there is another sort of show:
Hip hop and reggae share the same rhythmic roots and lyrical styles, with a passionate and persevering poetic style that continues to evolve and grow. The two genres have often overlapped, but never before have they intertwined like this:
So Overthrow got a quadruple feature in 944 Magazine’s annual nightlife issue. This issue documents the most important people across the country when it comes to making your evenings exciting, intoxicating, and devoid of video games and masturbation. Overthrow co-founder Sam Baum (page 34), DJ Tamara Sky (page 24), and photographer Charis Kirchheimer (page 35) all have full page spreads in the Miami issue, while the newest addition to leadership Caleb Gauge has a full page in the Atlanta issue (page 36). Check them out online or pick one up in print at your local boutique or hot spot.
Harvard, the most elite academic institution in the world, where brilliant minds go to get brillianter and custodian Matt Damon solved a math equation on a chalk board, said something about apples and catapulted his career as a Hollywood actor (Good Will Hunting was a documentary right?).
Bass on the other hand, is the most reptilian and primal sound, the rumblings of its wave length akin to seismic activity, eliciting the most carnal responses from humans.
So what happens when the intellectual meets the primordial?
MISFIT FRIDAY AT LOUIS, THATS WHAT!
This Friday, international electronic sensation HARVARD BASS joins Damaged Goods for a night so jam packed with wild energy that Matt Damon may return to his old post as Ivy League mop master.
Are you a Misfit?
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