#WMC #gimmeabreak #Breakbeat #ProjectMayhem #Afterdark #Gigabeat #WinterMusicConference #MiamiBassWeek #MiamiMusicWeek Project Mayhem, Afterdark Records & GIGABEAT Records bring you the 2nd installment of Gimme A Break Roof Top Pool Party! to South Beach for Winter Music Conference!! Photography by Beach Monkey!! If you thought LAST YEAR WAS CRAZY AND FUN THEN WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE WHAT WE HAVE IN STORE FOR YOU THIS YEAR!! CLICK BELOW FOR TICKETS! ************************ https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gimme-a-break-2-rooftop-pool-party-tickets-15939569682 Artist Lineup: Scratch D (of Dynamix II ) StoneBridge Liquid Todd Nerd Rage Exodus Micro Wes Smith Mike Nice (of Mike and Charlie) Bella Code Rising Jen Lasher Martin Flex Se7en Deadly Breaks BreaksJunky Kingz City Chris Heathen Dirtywork Nikita J Double Rob Analyze Shaykee Sychosis Eddie Light Robotic Champion Rocka AudioBotz Jimmy P Tod Twilo Roshambo Break Beat Mafia Slip187 Malo Prophet 808 Alekay Kontaegis Eartight Trey Stein Jenn Martinello Joshua Funk (of renegades of funk) Teezy Joe C Basomatic Dank Sinatra Damien Elektrik Kurse Tommy Rize Christian Alexander G$Montana Scott Remedy Jeff Hunter JimmyP ReFiLL Rev Prato HOSTED BY: Pheonix Rae
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#WMC Gimme A Break Roof Top Pool Party 2!
#DJMix The Armory Podcast – 076 – Hydraulix
#DJMIX #TheArmory #Hydroz #Hydraulix #305 #Miami #MiamiBass #Electro #808 They are AshRock and Jimi the Genius. Together they form Hydraulix out of Miami, FL and they’re this week’s special guests on The Armory Podcast. Press play. Get down. Straight from Miami, Florida (the undisputed home of the 808 kick drum) comes Hydraulix. The of the most talked about and exciting Electro-Bass group to hit the Electro scene. Utilizing futuristic beats with an emphasis on dirty ass bass, their tracks are set to destroy dance floors worldwide. Richard Ash-Rock Zarate and Jaime JimiTheGenius Merlo have been dropping bass in their DJ sets for years (most notably as resident DJs for world renowned Culture Productions), all the while drawing from their childhood influences (2 Live Crew, Debonaire Records, Cut It Up Def Records, MC A.D.E, and Maggatron to name a few) to create a unique, dance floor friendly hybrid of Electro and Bass. Ash-Rock and JimiTheGenius then set their sights on conquering the world of production. Once they were comfortable with the knowledge that they had acquired from Merlyn a Breakbeat ambassador and Xerodefx . They quickly began banging out some of the sickest floor bombs on their co-owned label with Merlyn, Read more…
#NewRelease BreaksMafia Feat. BBK – It’s So Sick (GBv3020)
#BreakMafia #BBK #FM-3 #Gigabeat #NewRelease BreaksMafia & BBK make their GIGABEAT debut with the smoking bass fueled monster “It’s so Sick” and FM-3 takes it to twerk land on his kick A$$ rework. www.beatport.com/release/its-so-sick/1449353
MIAMI BASS MOVIE “The Bass That Ate Miami” Full Movie
Produced by: Alex Weir, Chris Walton, Scott Libengood, and Rick Sosa. Dreamhouse Studios and Cut It Up Def Entertainment are excited to announce the debut of their latest creation, “The Bass That Ate Miami, The Foundation”. This independent documentary is based on the evolution of music in South Florida and the untold story of the hip hop genre known as Miami Bass. South Florida artists, producers and music executives helped evolve this sound into its own unique hip hop dance genre. Miami Bass dominated the airwaves and car speakers from the mid 1980’s to the mid 1990’s. The Miami Bass sound continues to influence many of today’s hottest artists. As hip hop grew and took over different regions of the U.S.; South Florida gave birth to a new style of hip hop that most people don’t realize evolved there. The fast, bass heavy drum beats that are used in pop culture today were created on the street corners of South Florida with huge speakers and massive street parties. The documentary features segments on Kraftwerk, Electro-Funk, breakdancing, turntableism, drum machine programming (the 808 & the SP1200), the process of record making, car audio exhibitions and of course high energy dance moves. Read more…
DJ XXXclusive – Ass Shakin Bass (GBv3019) *OUT TODAY*
#Breaks #Bass # NewRelease #DJXXXclusive #Dynasty #808 #~Known #DropZone #Breakbeat #Gigabeat DJ XXXclusive makes his GIGABEAT debut with ASS SHAKIN’ BASS! Along with 2 other debut remixing acts. Breakbeat powerhouse Dynasty teams up with B~Known to bring the heat on their remix. And Miami’s own DropZone comes correct reppin’ that 808 Bass! www.beatport.com/release/ass-shakin-bass/1439020
Florida Breaks in the 1990s: Beats Get Sleazy in the Weirdo Armpit of America – VICE
#Vice #Breaks #Miami #90s Original Story featured on Vice.com By Jessica Gentile Explaining the Florida electronic music scene in the 90s isn’t easy. It has its own weird vibe that made it unique to anywhere else in America. Before Ultra Music Festival took over the world, there was a trance scene and a house scene, just like any other city – Sasha was a regular and Tiësto was around very early on. What made Florida raves different, though, was a very specific, homegrown breakbeat sound. When I tell people I like breaks, they either shudder or laugh. They just don’t understand. Florida has always had a very sleazy vibe, but only one that has spent a lot of time in America’s dongle can recognize it immediately through the music. Think strip clubs, truck stops, highways, break-dancing and the beach, all in one genre influenced by the likes of 2 Live Crew, Miami Bass and Latin Freestyle. Here’s the breakdown: DJs in the Central Florida area (Orlando, Tampa and Jacksonville) had more of a trance and progressive house influence. DJs like Rick West (RIP), Huda Hudia, Sharazz and Kimball Collins were staples in the scene, and you could buy their mixtapes Read more…
#MiamiCityDJs Help out Miami City DJ’s. Emil has been doing this down here in the 305 for nothing but the love of the scene for years! Help him out and all the quality DJ’s that stream live to you. CLICK HERE TO DONATE! Hello, Thank you for clicking the link! We are MiamiCityDjs, a non-profit organization which operates a Live HD Dj broadcast station online, in efforts to support local & underground Djs since 2001. Throughout the past 13 years, we have successfully archived more than 600 live Dj sessions from many of our talented local Djs including Live P.A., as well as other talents from outside of town and around the globe, As we like to word it “promoting Dj talents from a local to a global audience with a high quality HD stream which can be accessed from anywhere in the world” During the years we have done all within our capacity to keep these live and archived shows online for viewers to enjoy however, our long tireless efforts are threatened with the upcoming shut down of our current network. This is why we are asking for your commitment to help us stay alive. The Dj Archives and Read more…