Miami has a lot of the names, most of them stupid.
The past decade saw the 305 officially branding itself "the Magic City." Some detractors call our fair banana republic "The City That Sleeps Late." Others have taken to "The Big Mango," the latest sign that most of Dade County has a substance abuse problem.
And if you've found yourself on the other side of the velvet rope one too many times this Ultra/MMW/WMC, Crossfade has got a lil somethin'-somethin' to keep you feeling like your name's at the top of the guest list: an exclusive, free download from party pro extraordinaire and Miami favorite, Drop The Lime.
Below you will find a brand-new, unreleased, exclusive-to-Crossfade remix of Drop the Lime's "Bandit Blues" by Nadastrom. The song is off Lime's forthcoming album, Enter The Night, scheduled for release on Ultra Music this July.
And if you still want more DTL, you can catch the DJ-producer throwing down at Trouble & Bass's Tropic Terror party tomorrow at Blackbird Ordinary.
Trouble & Bass Tropic Terror with Drop The Lime, AC Slater, Bart B More, Harvard Bass, Star Eyes, The Captain, Plastician, Willy Joy, Acid Jack, Deathface, Samo Sound Boy, Udachi, B. Rich, Dell Harris, Clicks & Whistles. Friday, March 23. Blackbird Ordinary, 729 SW First Ave., Brickell. Free before midnight and $10 after. Call 305-377-4628 or visit blackbirdordinary.com.
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