Some cities wind down and take a breather after a major cultural event, but post-Miami Music Week Miami is anything but relaxed. April was en fuego and with events like the Wolf + Lamb vs Slow Clap showdown at Space Miami, and May promises to keep it going. But first, your end-of-month recap.
Here’s what happened in April:
We explored the most underhyped live music venues in Miami like Gramps and Ball & Chain.
Heineken Transatlantic Festival came to North Beach Bandshell with performances by Beirut, EMEFE, Psychic Mirrors and more on April 8th and 9th.
Miami, like hundreds of other cities in the US and across the globe, was host to several official Record Store Day events on April 22nd, although not as many as we would have liked. Where do you go to get your records in the 305?
On the same day, the guy who made minimal trance happen, Robert Hood, brought his hypnotic, veteran sound to Space.
The kitchen’s open late. Miami Music Week shenanigans revealed these 6 Miami Beach restaurants that are open late to keep you fed for the after-party.
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