Peachfuzz normally takes place on the last Friday of every month, but, thanks to the pandemonium of Memorial Day Weekend, it’s been pushed back a week.
But this one is worth the wait. Because today, not only will DZA be providing the usual — and very, very good — soundtrack to Peachfuzz, but he will be joined by none other than Mya, who you no doubt remember from late ‘90s and early ‘00s hits like “Ghetto Superstar” and “My Love Is Like…Wo.” And if you don’t, well, you probably don’t belong at a party devoted to ‘90s and early ‘00s hip-hop and R&B anyway.
Tonight’s installment of the monthly party will mark the second time Peachfuzz has taken over its new home, Basement. The party has bounced around from venue to venue after its original home, Grand Central, crumbled to the ground, but now it — hopefully — seems to have found a good fit in Miami Beach.
This is one you don't want to miss so come early and ready to embrace your inner-90s child.
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Peachfuzz with Mya. 11 p.m. Friday, June 3, at Basement, 2901 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 786-257-4548; basementmiami.com. Admission is $10.
Correction: Though New Times was initially told admission would be free for this party, we've been informed there will be a $10 cover fee.