Michna on the '90s Miami Music Scene and His New Thousand Thursday Album

Gen-Y locals may remember former Miami resident Adrian Michna from his time with the Secret Frequency Crew, whose "Miami Eyes" 12-inch from 2003 became something of an underground hit in our city's hippest dance clubs.

Of course, as DJ Egg Foo Young, Michna also released straight-up Miami breakdance records with apt titles like "Pop and Lock" and "B-Boys Take Control." But the Secret Frequency Crew's psychedelic mutant-electro style hinted more at Michna's later forays as an experimental solo producer, drawing from the myriad underground sounds of both his native NYC and the 305.

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Sean Levisman