Nonstop EDM This Weekend: Joris Voorn, Lee Burridge, Radio Slave and More

Clearly the action at last week's Detroit

Electronic Music Festival carried over to Miami this weekend, because

it's just nonstop stellar bookings Friday through Sunday at various

hotspots throughout the city.

Friday, June 4

To start things off tonight, there are two different parties in

Wynwood. Esteemed techno DJ/producer Joel Mull will stop by the

Electric Pickle for an exclusive performance courtesy of LINK, in celebration of their one-year anniversary at the forefront of

Miami's underground techno scene. Joel Mull has staked his reputation as one of Sweden's top

techno artists since the mid-'90s, with releases on labels like Drumcode, Cocoon,

Audiomatique, and Saved. LINK residents Maurizio & Danyelino will be

joining him on the decks for surely another energetic Friday night

techno session at the Pickle's upstairs dancefloor.

Joel Mull at Electric Pickle. Friday, June 4. Friday, April 2, 10 p.m.-5 a.m. 2826

N. Miami Ave., Miami. 305-456-5613;

Berlin-based DJ/producer and Rekids label owner Radio Slave, a.k.a.

Matt Edwards, will also perform tonight at Grass Lounge in the

Design District. The party's hosted by SAFE, who previously booked him at the

same venue during Art Basel 2009. Edwards is one of international EDM's most prolific producers,

and a late-night peak-hour set specialist with a penchant for deep and

hypnotic minimal grooves. They're best appreciated through the pristine custom

Dynacord sound system that SAFE always rocks at their parties. Residents

Lazaro Casanova, Conway, and Gil Montiel will play opening sets.

Radio Slave at Grass. Friday, June 4. 11 p.m.-5 a.m. 28 NE 40th St.,

Miami. 305-573-3355;


Saturday, June 5

Saturday night marks the return of Vagabond regular Lee Burridge to the

downtown venue. The globe-trotting British DJ/producer has made his name

known from Hong Kong's local EDM scene, which he helped found in the

'90s, to the Burning Man Festival in Nevada, which also inspired his free-spirited

"GET WEIRD" parties. Boasting a genre-bending blend of stripped-down

progressive house, techno, and breaks,

Burridge's sets are energetic and colorful one-of-a-kind experiences.

Vagabond residents Sean Drake, Ray Milian, Ryan Evans, Carmel Ophir and

A-Train will keep the grooves going all night as


Lee Burridge at the Vagabond. Saturday, June 5, doors open at 10 p.m. 30 NE

14th Street, downtown Miami. 305-379-0508;

Sunday, June 6

On Sunday the action will start early on in the day, since the LINK

crew will continue its anniversary celebration with special guest

Ida Engberg at Grass Lounge. The Swedish DJ/producer is one of the

fastest-rising female stars in the international EDM scene. A resident

at Stockholm's legendary

Cocktail Club, she has gained increasing international notoriety since

the mid-'00s.

She's played alongside Roger Sanchez, Eric Prydz,

Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Lawler, and John

Dahlbäck, who signed her to his Pickadoll label in 2007. With her

eclectic tapestry of sounds, ranging from melodic techno and funky

minimal to deep house

and electro, Engberg is sure to put on a swinging afternoon set on


Ida Engberg at Grass. Sunday, June 6. 4 p.m.-12 a.m. 28 NE 40th St.,

Miami. 305-573-3355;

Last and certainly not least is a highly anticipated

performance by Joris Voorn at Set in South Beach.

The widely popular and critically acclaimed Dutch DJ/producer has risen

through the international ranks and charts since his first releases in

the late '90s on labels like Cocoon and Green.

With an energetic live

performance style to match his singular brand of deep, proggy techno

infused with electro and breaks, Voorn's sets are not to be missed.

Catch him on Sunday night along with Sundance residents Biz Martinez,

Kristine Hall and Stephan Luke.

Joris Voorn at Set. Sunday, June 6, 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. 320 Lincoln Rd., Miami

Beach. 305-531-2800;           

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