If you missed the Overthrow's party at the inexplicable Wynwood castle during this past Art Basel, well, you missed out. It was a packed, rave-tastic night of live performances, carnival games, and scandalously cheap drinks. But have no fear -- you can do it all again (or relive what you don't remember from the first time around) this March, on the Saturday night of the week of Ultra Music Festival. (Winter Music Conference who?)
For this shebang, Overthrow returns to the castle. They've teamed up with fellow party people Embrace and, most importantly, the great Trouble & Bass crew, who will provide the sounds for the evening.
Talent includes these underground favorites: Drop The Lime, Deathface, AC Slater, Star Eyes, The Captain, Roska, Brenmar, B. Rich, Udachi, Zombies For Money, Supra1, Flinch, Mikix The Cat, and Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team (nice name). More are TBA, so we're sure the lineup should swell with some more hot low-end-favoring names in the coming weeks.
The gig is billed officially as the "Black Magick Miami Party" -- so will this include more pseudo-occult performances? Probably. Wear clothes you don't care about.
Tickets are currently on sale at Wantickets for just $10 -- act now on those, and, below, enjoy this grab-bag of MP3s from different artists performing at the party. While they all vary in style, they share a characteristic fierceness that should make this party go off.
Trouble & Bass x Overthrow Black Magick Miami Party. Saturday, March 26. The Castle, 51 NW 20th St., Miami. The show starts at 10 p.m. and tickets cost $10 in advance from wantickets.com. Age 21 and up. Visit theoverthrow.com
Download: Mixic the Cat's "Deep Down"
Download: AC Slater's "Calm Down (Club Mix)"
Download: Star Eyes's "Happy Haus (UFO Remix)"
Download: Deathface's "Gift of Fury"
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