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Top Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week Parties for Wednesday, March 21

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Happy hump day, beat freaks.

How fuckin' rowdy was Steve Aoki last night at Mansion? The Dim Mak Miami party was so worth the $2,500 VIP table for six. Our frat bros loved it. They met so many women named Molly, flirted with all of them.

In fact, after Aoki's set, Molly and the guys ended up snorting Vick's Vapor Inhalers till six in the morning, finally falling asleep in the back of a Turkish man's gypsy cab. Talk about unpredictability, eh?

Anyhow, we'll let 'em sleep off the randomness while we check out some of today's top WMC and MMW parties.

I Love Avicii Pool Party. With Cazzette and friends. 11 a.m., Raleigh Hotel, 1775 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; (305) 534-6300; raleigh.com. Ages 21 and up. This dude's like our favorite EDM bro under 25. We're so stoked for his pool party! Someone get us a Red Bull!

Kings of Ace Pool Party. With R3hab, Sidney Samson, Nervo, Shermanology, Bassjackers, and others. Noon, National Hotel South Beach, 1677 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; (866) 215-6641; nationalhotel.com. Ages 21 and up. We're totally going to have to voluntarily check-in to a real rehab facility after R3hab crushes it at the National.

A Day with Nirvana Records. With Rob Mirage, Cocodrills, David Herrero, Gabriel Rocha, Mikel Curcio, and others. Noon, Dream South Beach Hotel, 1111 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; (305) 673-4747; dreamsouthbeach.com. Ages 21 and up. Load up on (squirt) guns, bring your friends; it's fun to splash around and listen to house music. Spend the day with the other Nirvana, Nirvana Records.

Welcome to Miami Beach Party. With Sander Kleinenberg, EDX, LA Riots, Umek, Felix Cartal, and others. Noon, Nikki Beach, One Ocean Dr., Miami Beach; (305) 538-1111; nikkibeach.com. Ages 21 and up. Might as well call this the 'Welcome to Miami, Beach' party. Nikki Beach is like the MILF of South Beach party life--sexy, sassy, and upper-middle classy.

WMC Cadenza Cruise. With Reboot, Robert Dietz, Michel Cleis, Maayan Nidam, Desyn Masiello, and others. 3 p.m., Biscayne Lady, boarding at Marina Bayside Marketplace, 401 Biscayne Blvd., Miami; (305) 379-5119; biscaynelady.com. Ages 21 and up. It's not Winter Music Conference until someone dives off the Biscayne Lady and into the bay. EDM makes people do some crazy shit.

Alesso. With Otto Knows and a "Very Special Guest." 11 p.m., Mansion, 1235 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; (305) 695-8411; mansionmiami.com. Ages 21 and up. Otto Knows who the special guest is going to be, you'll just have to fork over $60 to find out.

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