Surprise! There is other dance music in Miami besides big-room 7:00 a.m. house. Regulars at small underground spots like Laundry Bar and Blue know this already.
Here, a couple mixes from two of Miami's techno warriors, devoted to that sound birthed in Detroit warehouses and huge everywhere else in the world -- except here.
(BY THE WAY: LOCAL DJs of all genres - got a new mix online that you're proud of?? Feel free to send me links and info!) -- Arielle Castillo
DJ NOVA: Live at Studio A, May 6
ANATOLI RUSSKI: “Sub_Terra Incognita”, June 1, 80 min
"Deep down ‘n dirty journey into the twistedly minimal techno reality."
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01 Fit – Frankie – Frankie Rec
02 Distraction – SAR Laera – Doctormusik
03 Your Bitch – Dachshund – Num
04 Ping Pong – Mark Broom – Platzhirsch
05 Mucky Star – Electrochemie – Get Physical
06 Jack the Box – Funkwerkstatt – Superfancy
07 Sudoko Kid (A.Delano rmx) – Star/Ito – Leftroom
08 Miracel Whop – Gabriel Ananda
09 Surge – Frankie – Frankie Rec
10 Balztanz Der Schwingungen – Matt Star – Weave Music
11 Quibble – Staffan Linzatti – District of Corruption
12 Laid back – Marc Hain – Logical Music
13 Twilite 1 – JPLS – Minus
14 Bionical Clones – Stanny Franssen – Harthouse
15 Electribe Technologie – Boris Brejcha – Autist Rec
16 Soulful Spirit (j.Wink rmx) –Hardfloor – Brique Rouge
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