Concerts

Krewella Plays Harder at LIV Miami on December 12

You know what EDM needs? More sex kittens.



Like, if you're going to be banging out, you need some eye-candy with a hard edge. And that's where fierce Chicago trio Krewella comes in handy.



This threesome is pushing a trendy mix of hard dub and house productions with catchy sing-rap vocals, whipping up entertaining live performances and doing it with serious sex appeal.



So obviously, this makes Krewella the perfect candidate for its own set at LIV's weekly Dirty Hairy bash on Wednesday, December 12.



Don't be fooled by the trio's shiny, sexy side. These three pro party people got chops.





Sisters Jaman and Yasmine Yousef are the true face-timers in the group, but their male counterpart is just as important. The girls' luscious vocals are backed by beats from Rain Man, the producer in the group, and he goes in hard when the drops come around.



With their powers combined, Jaman, Yasmine, and Rain Man make some unstoppable bangers. Debut hit "Killin It," from earlier this year, sent them skyrocketing up the charts and into festival lineups at Electric Daisy Carnival and Electric Zoo.



Their debut EP Play Hard was released and immediately took the top spot on Beatport. They're releasing their follow up, Play Harder, on December 5, which means you've got a few days to download it and learn to love Krewella before that show under the big, bright SoBe lights.



Krewella. Wednesday, December 12. LIV, 4441 Collins Ave., MIami Beach. The party starts at 11 p.m. and tickets cost $30 to $40 plus fees via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and up. Call 305-674-4680 or visit livnightclub.com.



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