Sweden's Little Dragon at the Electric Pickle January 28

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Have you ever visited Little Dragon land? It's a magical musical netherworld located halfway between creepy and cutesy, where the wind whispers and rages in strange songful bursts of art rock, R&B, and electro-pop.

The days are dusky. The night sky shimmers in a totally trippy way. And if you wander its caves long enough, you'll inevitably find a bunch of hipsters making out in the shadows while zonked on a mix of moonshine and psychedelics.

Despite the name, this place isn't actually populated by miniature fire-breathing lizards. Its residents are mostly human, including the enclave's namesake, Little Dragon, a band of four synth-obsessed Swedes -- singer Yukimi Nagano, drummer Erik Bodin, bass player Fredrick Källgren, keyboard guy Håkan Wirenstrand -- and a tiny colony of rapidly multiplying fans.

Now if you've never taken a trip to Little Dragon land, you should go. But beware, it's a major trek, the geography is treacherous, and no one's mapped a reliable path. For what it's worth, though, here's a shortcut: Guzzle some 'shine, smoke 60 milligrams of dimethyltryptamine (DMT), and buy a ticket to this Friday's show at the Electric Pickle.

Little Dragon with Billygoat, presented by Nightdrive and the Electric Pickle. Friday, January 28. The Electric Pickle, 450 NW 37th Ave., Miami. Doors open at 10 p.m. and tickets cost $15 via wantickets.com. Call 305-456-5613 or visit electricpicklemiami.com.

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