Close your eyes and imagine a Miami Vice remake, but instead of Don Johnson, a young Giorgio Moroder wears the neon suit. He walks into a bar in Wynwood and orders a drink with a little yellow umbrella. He sees a curvy blonde eying him as a band tears it up in the background. That band is Neopolitan.
The Miami-based four-piece, which combines electronic and synth-pop melodies with jazz arrangements, will celebrate the release of its debut EP with a free show this Saturday at Gramps, along with the resident vinyl DJs Mr. Jolt and Schalenberg.
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The night should be an oasis for all the locals who want to party in Wynwood while avoiding the Art Walk (a little tip for the drivers: Take N. Miami Ave).
Attending Neopolitan’s show is also a perfect excuse to try Gramps’ new New York-style pizza. Yes, you read that right. Now you can dance to some groovy songs and drink a penicillin while having a slice. What a time to be a Miamian.
Neopolitan. 10 p.m. Saturday, July 9, at Gramps, 176 NW 24 St., Miami; 305-699-2669; www.gramps.com. Admission is free.