After this initially funny article in the New York Times, parties continue to roll on in South Beach at World's Fanciest Parking Garage -- i.e. the Herzog & de Meuron-designed 1111 building at the corner of Lincoln and Alton Roads. To be fair, for a parking garage, it's pretty beautiful.
Even though those scenes have waxed and waned in their native land, could this be the next sonic flavor du jour for underground dance fans on this side of the pond? With set lists last night full of artists like Mowgli and other artists favoring a reverse-warp bassline, maybe the answer is yes.
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