Smirnoff is mixing more then just drinks, its mixing parties globally! They must have a huge swizzle stick!
Saturday Nov 27th, the Smirnoff Nightlife Echange Program is swapping MIAMI with LONDON, and its going to be a a bloody pisser of a night (was that right? I lost my limey thesaurus…)
What exactly does that mean?!
it means we are going to have FREE Smirnoff vodka all night long, and special guest, world famous British house producer Seamus Haji. Haji has worked with many of the biggest names in music, including Kaskade, Rihanna, Moby, Mika, and more. His track “Last Night a DJ Saved My Life” went to number 1 on the UK charts!
Also playing will be King Britt (punny!) and Overthrow DJs troy Kurtz and Pirate Stereo.
All through the week, everyone’s thinking: GOBBLE! GOBBLE!
What everyone should be hearing is WOBBLE! WOBBLE!
Wednesday November 24th, come to Eve and give thanks to whoever invented the subwoofer!
Starring NERO, who have become a huge name in both the Drum and Bass and Dubstep scenes, often fusing both styles of music in their mind melting DJ sets. Having worked with everyone from Skream to La Roux, Deadmau5, Tiesto and Diplo, the duo of heavy producers has no shortage of high profile people to invite to their Thanksgiving dinner (if they weren’t British and celebrated Thanksgiving of course.) They also recently won the 2010 Beatport awards for best Dubstep Act and Best Dubstep Track for “Act Like You Know”.
This pre-Thanksgiving bass-a-thon does have its share of guests anyway, with a list of Miami’s biggest bringing their own to beats to the show.
Also in Room 1, The Pilgrims:
LK47 + Phanatik
In Room 2, The Indians:
Kuad Sound System Feat Merlyn + Hydraulix
Eve (formerly White Room)
1306 N. Miami Ave.
18 and up
doors open at 10
Presales available at www.wantickets.com
Brought to you in conjunction with Embrace, Basshead, Culture + OnlyAwesome.com
Atlanta has no shame in its addiction to bass, and here lies the evidence. Overthrow recently brought Rusko’s OMG! Tour to the dirty south mecca for a sold out rage fest, also featuring our very own bass god, Heroes & Villains.
Overthrow’s dark emperors CALIGULA have been busy expanding their empire, making new tracks and remixes that we will be releasing bit by glorious bit. Their signature deep beats are becoming quite the sensation, and they have been approached to work with some of the biggest names in electronic music.
But forget the collabs, here is the new all original track ABSOLUTE POWER.
Coco Deville has a new, especially troublesome habit, and its something she just can’t quite stop: partying on Thursday night!
Starting this week, Coco’s Habit will be the new vice of Miami beach Thursday nights. Featuring residents DJ Troy Kurtz, Pirate Stereo and an incredible list of the best guest DJs who also can’t get enough will be cutting up the purest sets of nue-disco, dance, and other bumping unexpected hits.
Its going to be a loungey but lively vibe where it’s ok to indulge in whatever you like.
Part of Sub Pop Records, one of the best indie rock labels over the last decade, Wold Parade bring their grand sound to the halls of Miami and show you why they have been one of the most talked about and critically acclaimed bands around.
Dont trust us? How about this little pull quote from Pitchfork?
“the band rolls like a Ritalin-deprived power-Bowie or 70s Eno flexing piano-based hooks over Pixified rhythms”
Booyah! Thanks well respected music critics for the back up!
Overthrow has teamed up once again with East Atlanta’s favorite Anti-Heroes, Cobra Corps, to bring you a huge dose of bass, house, chaos and everything dirty . This time they have enlisted the help of the UK’s legendary supplier of all things crack, Dj Zinc. for a night that will truly show you why Down and Durty is the official EAST ATLANTA CRACK HOUSE !!!
For those of you still listening to Zinc’s D&B classics, here’s the sequel:
Zinc, turned his back on Drum & Bass in 2007. Disenchanted by the lack of originality, DJ Zinc told his agent to stop taking bookings for drum’n'bass nights and abandoned the sound he once lived for. He took most of 2008 off to spend time with his young son and figure out how he wanted to move forward in his career, before returning to play a hybrid of house sounds. From deep house to funky house to fidget house, he ended up producing something that did not fit into any of these sub-genres. Welcome to the Crack House…
The Overthrow Army continues to grow and spread its message of more rad to the masses. Most recently, Overthrow Atlanta’s production duo Heroes+Villains released a mixtape with Mad Decent, the label started by Diplo and home of Rusko, Crookers, and more.
‘We Off That’ is a definitive collection of tracks embodying the electro/krunk/Dubstep/trap sound known as “trench”.
The Overthrow is comprised of many different talents and individuals, all working collectively and independently to try and make everything around us and you more interesting, fun, and rad.
Recently, that attitude and work has been recognized by bescenemag.com , an online magazine that apparently likes to interview and expose people who are awesome. They just featured 3 Overthrow-ians, visual artist Stian Roenning and prodcution/DJ duo Caligula (Obi Tawil aka Damaged Goods and Mike Larson aka Grand Larsony).
To learn more about these agents, click on their respective pictures to read the interviews and gain some insight into the what, when, how, and why of some of the Overthrow’s central characters.