The 13th edition of Ultra Music Festival kicked off at Bicentennial Park on March 25. Acts included Tiësto, Duran Duran, Erasure, CSS, Röyksopp, Holy Ghost!, Benny Benassi, and more. View part one here.
The 13th edition of Ultra Music Festival kicked off at Bicentennial Park on March 25. Acts included Tiësto, Duran Duran, Erasure, CSS, Röyksopp, Holy Ghost!, Benny Benassi, and more. View part two here.
Robbie Rivera brought his Juicy Beach party back to Nikki Beach on March 24. Rivera, Tocadisco, Joachim Garraud, Umek, and Alex Gaudino got revelers dancing on the sands of South Beach. Full slideshow at Clubchaser.com.
As they flexed their techno muscles, Simian Mobile Disco hosted Delicatessen at Eve on March 24, along with Radioslave, Blondes, Rory Philips, Roller Express, Jokers of the Scene, Nacho Lovers, and more. Full slideshow at Clubchaser.com.
The Fillmore Miami Beach looked more nightclub than music venue on March 24 for the Pretty Lights Music Showcase party. Performers included the aforementioned Pretty Lights as well Michal Menert and Paper Diamond.
The Overthrow hosted Ivory Tower at the Herzog and de Meuron-designed parking garage at 1111 Lincoln Road. In addition to sets by Nadastrom, Beni, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Brenmar, Destructo, and Tamara Sky, there was art provided by Primary Flight and fashion by A-Morir by Kerin Rose.
Laidback Luke brought back his Super You&Me party to LIV on March 23 for Miami Music Week. In addition to Luke, DJs included Skrillex, Sidney Samson, Congorock, and Sandro Silva. Full slideshow at Clubchaser.com.
The Rhythm Freak Records hosted Flying Circus at Nikki Beach Wednesday night as part of Miami Music Week 2011. Performing DJs included Audiofly, Lee Burridge, Nic Fanciulli, Davide Squillace, Cosmic Gate, and Carlos Pouso. Full slideshow at Clubchaser.com.
If you are looking for value, you aren't going find it at the Restaurant at the Setai. Helmed by executive chef David Werly since October, critic Lee Klein finds well-executed plates for diners not concerned about blowing their savings. Read the review of the Restaurant at the Setai here.