Brisk Bodega 2014: DJ Mustard, Local Acts at Grand Central Miami

Next time you hit the streets for a dirty beat, get that shit with a side of Mustard.

He's the chart-topping L.A. studio maestro behind "Rack City," "I'm Different," "R.I.P.," and "Show Me" -- basically your entire summer soundtrack. You know his work for its characteristically minimal grime, heavy-on-the-edgy synths. He's also easily identified by the mushy-mouthed slogan, "Mustard on the beat, ho."

His rep may be established, but he's still putting in work on the road, and you can catch him live in the mix as part of the Brisk Bodega tour, hitting downtown Miami's Grand Central on Friday, June 13, in collaboration with Vice Magazine's music branch, Noisey.

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The six-city tour is curated by Roc Nation and pairs the major-league hitter with local talent for a truly hood-grown experience. The 305-edition is still being hammered out, but last year's party with Raider Klan, Metro Zu, DZA, and more was a genuine madhouse.

The event is free with RSVP for all music lovers 21 years of age or older. Head on over to briskbodega.com/mia to sign up.

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Brisk Bodega with DJ Mustard and more TBA. Friday, June 13. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The party starts at 10 p.m., and admission is free with RSVP via briskbodega.com/mia. Ages 21 and up. Call 305-377-2277 or visit grandcentralmiami.com.

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