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Lazaro Casanova and petFood Label Showcase at Vagabond This Saturday

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Cuban-born DJ and producer Lazaro Casanova hardly needs an introduction among Miami's EDM cognoscenti. Many of you remember him from his days as the resident DJ at Revolver, the infamous, long-standing party that put downtown Miami hipster nightlife on the map.

After Revolver's seven-year run, Casanova spent some time touring North America with MSTRKRFT and the Juan Maclean.

He would also go on to launch the petFood label with DJ-producer Jay-You as a springboard for their tropical-flavored house productions. They've continued to expand with quality contributions by both local and international producers like Fabricio, Mary Velo, and Gil Montiel. 


This Saturday, petFood will be taking over the Vagabond for "Eat Well You Animals," a special label showcase featuring Casanova and Jay-You on the decks that should make for a night of tasty house grooves to help you dance off those Thanksgiving calories.

Download: Lazaro Casanova's New Tropicasa Mix


Lazaro Casanova and Jay-You. Saturday, November 27. The Vagabond, 30 NE 14th St., Miami. The party starts at 11 p.m. Call 305-379-0508 or visit thevagabondmiami.com.

 

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