DJ Moshe Franco (a Nightdrive resident) and DJPJ spin tunes throughout the evening. Electro-shoegazers Life of Seals and experimental Circuitree hip-hoppers Nived-N-Hydro also play, and the warmup live set comes from Panic Bomber. Miami New Times named him our "Best New Electronica Artist" in 2009, so that's supposed to count for something, right?
Oh yeah, if you need a love or hate poem whipped up real quickly, the Poem Depot will be on hand at the event too. We hear they have a way with words, or at least it seems so when "they" sit at the cubicle next to ours.
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You can snag a few $8 presale tickets at Sweat Records and Radio-Active Records; otherwise it's $10 at the door. Saturday, November 21. Studio 1415, 1415 NE 129th St., North Miami. Exhibition starts at 8 p.m., music starts at 9 p.m.