Miami Music Week

WMC 2012: Visionquest, Maceo Plex, Joris Voorn Headline Last Resort at Villa 221

​For a few years there, Made Event's Sunday School made up a

big slice of the underground house and techno pie during WMC week, especially with

heavyweights like Richie Hawtin, Luciano and Seth Troxler aboard their whopping

36-hour marathon lineup.

But alas, Sunday School is no more. The party went

kaput after 2011, with Made focusing their efforts on the Electric Zoo Festival

in New York.

However, WMC marathoners need not worry about the action

dying prematurely before Sunday, March 25th, because Liaison Artists, Embrace,

SAFE and Beatsme have teamed up to fill the gap on Sunday with Last Resort, a

lineup more than worthy of Sunday School.

The choice of venue, Villa 221 in downtown Miami, is a major

selling point in itself with its multiple interior and exterior spaces, cozy enough

for that underground intimacy partygoers seek. Then of course there are the

headliners -- more than a dozen stars of the international scene confirmed so

far, veterans and newbs alike.

On the cutting-edge techno tip are the likes of DJ-production

outfit and eponymous label Visionquest as well as Joris Voorn. Meanwhile, Maceo

Plex, Maya Jane Coles and Tim Green straddle both the dark and sexy aspects of

tech-house. But fun-loving boogie lovers will also be catered

to by Wolf + Lamb, Soul Clap and Footprintz, among others.

Last Resort Lineup

- Maya Jane Coles

- Visionquest

- Maceo Plex

- Soul Clap

- Magda

- Wolf + Lamb

- Lee Curtiss (Live)

- Thugfucker

- PillowTalk (Live)

- Tanner Ross

- Tim Green

- DJ Three

- Aquarius Heaven (Live)

- Footprintz (Live)

- Lazaro Casanova

- James Teej

- Alexis Raphael

- Joris Voorn

- Nic Fanciulli

Last Resort. Sunday, March 25. Villa 221, 221 NE 17th St., Miami. The party starts at 7 a.m. and tickets cost $60 plus fees via Call 305-416-5280 or visit

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