Art Basel Miami Beach

Look Alive Fest's Basel 2014 Lineup: Stephen O'Malley, Iceage, and Nine Others

Still breathing?

Good. 'Cause Look Alive Fest is back.

Last year, this "homegrown, alternative festival" popped up for its inaugural, two-night Art Basel Miami Beach week edition with Detroit noise-rocker Wolf Eyes, Houston's Indian Jewelry, and a bunch of locals like Teepee, Cop City/Chill Pillars, Lil Daggers, and Nerve City.

Now for Basel 2014, Look Alive's added another night to the rock, punk, and metal festivities. The organizers at Miami's Quiet Mind Recordings (formerly Spilt Milk Projects) have partnered with Gramps, Radio-Active Records, and Churchill's Pub. And they've booked a rad three-day, 11-act roster, headlined by drone metal legend Stephen O'Malley of Sunn O))) and Denmark post-punk crew Iceage.

But don't die from excitement on us... Just check the cut for Look Alive Fest's full lineup and schedule.

See also: Art Basel Miami Beach 2014 Party Guide

Look Alive Fest 2014 at Churchill's Pub

Presented by Quiet Mind Recordings

Friday, December 5

-Stephen O'Malley


-Diamond Terrifier



Gramps x Basel

Presented by Look Alive Fest, Gramps, Radio-Active Records, Church Off York, and AdHoc

Thursday, December 4


-Lust for Youth

-Ukiah Drag


Gramps x Basel

Presented by Look Alive Fest, Gramps, and Radio-Active Records

Friday, December 5

-Quintron and Miss Pussycat

-Xeno & Oaklander


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Look Alive Fest 2014. Presented by Quiet Mind Recordings. Friday, December 5. Churchill's Pub, 5501 NE Second Ave., Miami. The show starts at 9 p.m. and admission costs $15 via Ages 18 and up. Call 305-757-1807 or visit

Gramps x Basel. Presented by Look Alive Fest, Gramps, Radio-Active Records, Church Off York, and AdHoc. Thursday and Friday, December 4 and 5. Gramps, 176 NW 24th St. Miami. The shows start at 7 p.m. and admission costs $10. Ages 21 and up. Call 786-752-6693 or visit

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