Caligula Talks Trap: "Kind of Bummed How Mainstream It's Become"

Damaged Goods and Mikey Millions are a couple of monsters on Miami's dance music scene. But when their powers combine, they transform into something much more sinister.

As Caligula, these dudes have caused serious dance-floor mayhem. And they continue to be the go-to local openers for the biggest names in the bass game.

Tonight, they're slated to open for Mt. Eden and Figure at Grand Central, as well as Doctor P when he makes the roof shake at Revolution Live on Friday, June 7. But they still aren't satisfied.

See also:

-Caligula on Unveiling New Music and Surprises: "They're Ready for Crowd Testing"

-Mt. Eden Talks Epic Live Dubstep Show

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Kat Bein is a freelance writer and has been described as this publication’s "senior millennial correspondent." She has an impressive, if unhealthy, knowledge of all things pop culture.