Nylon Magazine Brings Lil Daggers, Animal Tropical, and More to Sweat Records Tonight

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We're guessing you don't like waiting six months or more for a tour

to finally come to our fair city, either. (Lady Gaga and KoL, we're lookin' at you.) Scrambling to change your plans at the last minute and calling everyone to let 'em know about a crazy impromptu event you just heard about is some kind of insta-rush! Last-minute parties are so much more fun, especially when Nylon Magazine is involved.

The mag is usually pretty connected when it comes to finding out about hot new designers, independent musicians, and cool art collectives. But it hardly ever mentions Miami. And we're definitely more than just an all-night electronic dance party, aren't we?

So when we heard Nylon was sending its editors all around the country this week with plans to zero in on South Florida, we just had to show 'em the real Miami. And tonight the mag is setting its sights on Sweat Records and our bumpin' music


The show starts at 9 p.m., and you can expect impromptu performances from Lil Daggers, Animal Tropical, Raffa Jo Harris, and some very

special surprise guests. Who knows, you might even end up on Nylon TV.

Lil Daggers, Animal Tropical, Raffa Jo Harris, and more. Sweat Records, 5505 NE 2nd Ave, Miami. The show starts at 9 p.m. 786-693-9309; sweatrecordsmiami.com.

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