Red Bull Guest House Announces Label Showcases for WMC and MMW 2014

Brace yourselves, a hurricane of Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week posts are coming.

We're kicking off the season with an announcement from one of the newest yet most critically acclaimed events of March's musical madness.

The Red Bull Guest House premiered last year in a big way when the wing-giving culture curators took over SoBe's Dream Hotel with label showcases featuring Fool's Gold, OWSLA, and Boysnoize Records, among others.

For 2014, according to Billboard, Red Bull will be setting up at the Gale Hotel from Thursday, March 27, through Sunday, March 30. And the showcase roster is stacked.

UPDATE The Red Bull Guest House has just announced its artist lineup, including Richie Hawtin, Jacques Greene, and another 14 DJs.

Red Bull Guest House 2014 Label Showcase Roster

-Mad Decent




-Hot Creations

-Diynamic Music


-Rhonda International: A Club Called Rhonda, "your pansexual party palace"

With a roster like this, it seems there's something for every level of music lover. Whether this is your first time at a party, and therefore, you need to hear the hits, the big guns are in your corner. But if you're a pretentious party pro looking for something a lil' deeper, there's plenty of fresh up-and-comers too.

That's all the info we have for now. Stay tuned for information on official schedules and ticket sales -- they will go fast.

Red Bull Guest House 2014. With label showcases from Mad Decent, OWSLA, PMR, and others. Thursday, March 27, through Sunday, March 30. Gale South Beach, 1690 Collins Ave., Miami Beach.

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