Two years ago, a narrow, aqua-color record store opened in a relatively desolate corner of downtown Miami’s NE Second Avenue. Back then Sweat Records was the new kid on the block, a little music outlet with big ambitions. Then came the rain. Following Hurricane Wilma’s devastation of its original location, Sweat has managed to pick itself up, dust itself off, and come back bigger and better than ever. “We survived a hurricane and a move. It’s nice to feel embraced by the community, and to feel like one of the entities who’s pushing things forward,” says Lauren “Lolo” Reskin, owner of the... More >>>