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Boys Noize Announces Winter Music Conference Party at Mamushka's Miami

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Damn you, leap year! This extra day nonsense is really starting to piss us off. With so much to look forward to in March, the thought of February 29 holding us back is killing us. Especially ever since we found out that Boys Noize is throwing a WMC party at Mamushka's Miami.

The Hamburg-born, Berlin-based DJ will invade Mamushka's on Saturday, March 24, bringing a remix ruckus to Midtown on the penultimate night of Winter Music Conference 2012 . And according to his double exclamation-point tweet sent out three hours ago, it's "bound to be big!!"

From Marilyn Manson to the Black Eyed Peas, Snoop Dogg to the Scissor Sisters, Alex Ridha (AKA Boys Noize) has tweaked, tampered, and twisted every genre imaginable, injecting his own synth-heavy style into tracks by some of the world's most recognizable artists.

After nearly a decade on the house scene, Ridha's established himself as one of the most celebrated EDM producers and label owners in the business. Not only is he a passionate musician, but he's also a walking wiki, collecting and sharing his vast knowledge of house music.

So yeah, the WMC party will definitely "be big."

Boys Noize. Saturday March 24, Mamushka's Miami, 31 NW 36th St., Miami. Tickets cost $20 plus fees via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and up. Call 786-991-3823 or visit Mamushka's Facebook page.

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