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New DJ Mix by Andres Amadeus, Opening for DJ T at Electric Pickle on Wednesday

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DJ Andres Amadeus has been a staple of Miami's electronic dance music scene for several years now, holding court at various hotspots around town including Segafredo, the Delano, and Skybar, where he presided over the weekly Soultech sessions and its slew of cutting-edge international techno bookings. In 2008 Andres joined top industry players like Carl Craig, Roland Appel, Martin Buttrich, and Marcus Worgull during various Winter Music Conference parties, and in 2009 he's spun alongside the likes of Phonique, Mobilee's Ralf Kollmann, and Paco Osuna at newer venues like Electric Pickle and Fierce Angel, further establishing himself as one of Miami's finest EDM tastemakers. Andres will be joining Get Physical's DJ T for a much anticipated set at the Electric Pickle on Wednesday night. In the meantime, you can get a taste for his signature blend of upbeat minimal techno and deep tech house on his new November mix.

Click here to Download Andres Amadeus' new November 09 DJ mix.

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