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Photos and Video: ¡MAYDAY! on WDNA's Sound Theory Live

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Last Friday, Miami live-action hip hop group ¡MAYDAY! brought six band members, keyboards, amps, monitors, guitars, drums and a sound guy named Monkey to a WDNA studio further cramped by a show host, engineer, intern, and 3 separate camera folk.

The occasion was the real time broadcast of Sound Theory Live, the Friday night show on 88.9 FM (streaming live on wdna.org) that puts local bands live on non-commercial, community FM radio playing and talking about their music.

Show host Carlos Garcia is always looking for musical talent of all genres to feature on his show so if you're interested or know someone who is, then reach out to soundtheorylive@gmail.com.

Here are some pictures and a video from ¡MAYDAY! on Sound Theory Live.

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