Djembe presents: Bosq
Benjamin Woods aka Bosq is visiting us this Saturday to headline our second episode of Djembe. Not only does he play & produce amazing disco/funk tracks, but has also managed to release several albums and EPs with tracks that range from afro-latin, to gospel, to jazz, to house.
R17 MIX: WILL BUCK – EXPLOITATION
By: Camila Álvarez We aren’t still sure if he was a buddhist monk, a bird of paradise, or a famous soul singer in his past life, but what we are sure of is that Will Buck came back to this planet to remind us about the essential traits we need to live a fruitful life: good vibes, patience, kindness, and true love and care for our craft.
INTERVIEW: Sopita Series ft. Julio Victoria (Get Physical) @ Bardot
By: Camila Álvarez Who is Julio Victoria? Not a lot of people know him in Miami, not just yet.
R17 MIX: Legs Benedict – Retrodade (A Miami Love Mix for Mercury)
R17: Very interesting title.
REVIEW: Venice Biennial – The Center or the Periphery?
By: Maya Castro Gutiérrez What’s more interesting: the center or in the periphery? There are definitely pros and cons to both.
INTERVIEW: Michael Vasquez – Neighborhood Reclamation
By: Monica Uszerowicz If New York has been accused of consistently mourning its past, then Miami has been accused of forgetting—obliterating—its own.
R17 PLAYLIST: Ellie’s Deepweekend
To properly warm up for the well-deserved weekend, our music junkie Ellie Peemoller will be dropping by with weekend mixtape compilations of latest releases, sweet classics and random finds filled with deep house, nu-disco, funk and experimental tunes.
A.T.M: Tanlines, Michael Vasquez and Tale of Tales
By: WJB This week for A.T.M.
INTERVIEW: HOXXOH Presents Las Máquinas @ Nomadic Studios on Friday, April 24th
By: Camila Álvarez A year after
REVIEW: Godspeed you! Black Emperor – Asunder, Sweet & Other Distress
By: Sergio González The triumph of suspicion throws banality and foreseeability out the door, our eyes push the boundaries and all we can do is dive in.
INTERVIEW+WMC GUIDE: Uchi, the Princess of the Underground
: By: Camila Álvarez Isabella Douzoglou a.
Visualpilots present -Luminessenz: Space is only Noise- at the SPRING/BREAK Art Show in New York
By: Maya Castro Gutiérrez Mesmerizing its audience with both sound and visuals, the London-based creative team of Simon Hänggi and Christoph Thüer presented Luminessenz: Space is only Noise at the SPRING/BREAK Art Show during Armory Week in New York.
R17 MIX: For the Aware and the Guided – Legs Benedict
Meet Legs Benedict, a Miami based DJ/production duo that plays "smooth, downtempo electronic music for the soul.
ART, BUSINESS, AND FAMILY: A CONVERSATION WITH BOOKS IIII BISCHOF
By: Camila Álvarez The gentrification of Wynwood already feels like an old tale.
INTUITION AND DICHOTOMY: AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHN HOPKINS
ustin 3 wolf moon sriracha, freegan flexitarian Tumblr Cosby sweater YOLO viral Schlitz mumblecore post-ironic artisan hashtag.
YURI TUMA: SHAPES, SYMMETRY AND THE SUBLIME
By: Camila Álvarez Yuri Tuma is known as a photographer, but he is really a graphic designer who uses photography as both inspiration and raw material to create kaleidoscopic designs with the patterns he obtains as the result of the deconstruction of his images.
A LIFETIME WITH THE TREMENDS (AND THEIR PINK PUNK)
By: Camila Álvarez The Tremends are a big family.
MERIDIAN BROTHERS: DECONSTRUCTING THE SOUNDS OF THE TROPICS
By: Camila Álvarez What do Danish fables, Syd Barrett and Silvio Rodriguez have in common? Mix those references with tropical genres and a classical music training and you’ve got Meridian Brothers.
AUSTIN PAUL & THE PERKS OF SPIRITUAL PRAGMATISM
By: Camila Álvarez I look at him, the gorgeous 21-year-old who recently signed with Timbaland and who’s sitting in front of me, dressed all in black, sipping a beer out of a bottle he had just taken out from one of the side pockets of his jacket, and I see it.
M83 at the Fillmore
By: Camila Álvarez Emerging from the darkness, a hairy creature with a short, pinkish elephant trunk and a black gown stepped out to the middle of the stage, raising its arms as in a ritual, before it started pointing at the crowd and shooting blue laser beams from its fingers.