Sam Feldt and SYML Announce Release Date For “Where’s My Love”

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We’ve been spending our summers on Sam Feldt since he dropped “Summer on You” featuring Wulf and Lucas & Steve back in 2016. The Dutch Tropical-Deep House producer DJ has since reached catestrophic heights in the EDM industry. The “Show Me Love” conductor has since dropped the album “Sunrise to Sunset” which took the world

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Slander & YOOKiE – One Life ft. Zach Sorgen [YOOKiE ViP]

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To coincide with their EDC Las Vegas appearances this past week, powerhouse production duo SLANDER and NY-based brother duo YOOKiE recently dusted off their joint track, “One Life,” featuring Zach Sorgen. Following the weekend, YOOKiE dropped a surprise VIP, out now via Spinnin Records.

YOOKiE breathes new life into the original single that pushed the boundaries of genre and experimentation. Pairing the euphoric melody of the original with a unique, bass-infused touch, the producers live up to their reputation as one of the bass scene’s most unpredictable acts. YOOKiE says of the track:

“We really wanted to switch the vibes up for ‘One Life,’ so we made this deep VIP. It’s a culmination of what we’re into right now and we hope you dig it.”

The remix has already gained support from Excision and Slander, amongst others, and was featured as part of YOOKiE’s recent guest mix for BBC Radio 1 with Annie Nightingale.

Carta releases club-ready track ‘Haters’

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Chinese producer Carta is paving the way for aspiring music producers in China thanks to his upbeat tracks and unique sound. The now UK-based producer signed to Spinnin’ Records at age 18, and is out now with new music in the form of single “Haters” on the record label.

“Haters” has a progressive beat that pushes the high-energy track forward. Synthesized vocal accents add the final touch to the club-ready tune. “Haters” is showcased in Carta’s radio show Carta & Co, which can be found on his SoundCloud channel.

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Tiesto x Dzeko x Preme x Post Malone “Jackie Chan” Dropping This Friday

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With EDC Las Vegas set to take-off, some big news just dropped for New Music Friday. The Dutch Superstar DJ, Tiesto is teaming up with Preme, Dzeko and Post Malone for a single that is sure to takeover soundwaves across the globe. Putting together these names in production with one of the highest streamed artists

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Cheat Codes Drop Banger “Balenciaga” Ahead of “Level 1” EP

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Coming off their performance at Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Cheat Codes are continuing their stream of dominant mainstream production hits with their latest release “Balenciaga”. The trio had a solid week at Miami Music Week performing a set at Ultra and at Dim Mak’s party. The guys have been dropping radio hit after radio

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Beyond The Booth 012: Sam Feldt on sustainable living, remaining eco-friendly on the road, & how the smallest changes can make the biggest difference

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Beyond the Booth is a feature dedicated to the hidden side of artists that exists outside electronic music— a side rarely discussed with those outside their immediate circle. We venture “beyond the booth,” so to speak, and dive into their deepest passions that tie into their unique personalities. After some self-introspection, each participant then returns to the booth, providing an exclusive mix for the Dancing Astronaut audience.

Sustainable living has been an important practice for deep/tropical house Dutchman Sam Feldt since he was a child. Growing up as the only child of two “hippies” meant a big part of Feldt’s early life was time spent in nature, caring for the environment, and indulging in the fruits of Mother Earth’s labor in his family’s communal garden. Today more than ever though, Feldt’s seeing the direct ramifications of what remaining environmentally responsible means, and what the lack thereof can mean for the future of the planet. He is also hyper-aware of what those who have the power and reach to share their wisdom on the dilemma can do.

As one of Spinnin’ Records formidable forces, Feldt’s certainly had his fair share of success. Between a viral reworking of Robin S.’ “Show Me Love” – which charted at No. four in the UK — to his platinum-selling hit, “Summer On You,” Feldt’s grown to become a pivotal force in the tropical house sphere, largely shaping its sound throughout the years with his poolside hits.

Surely, a massive slew of chart-toppers, reworks, collaborations, and residencies alongside acts like Kygo, Bakermat, and Klingande, has seen that Feldt spends quite some time on the road.  Though keeping with sustainable and eco-friendly allegiances is tough, Feldt wants to do better, and in doing so, turn the entire music industry onto their responsibility to do better, too. At the end of last year he’d shared a New Year’s Resolution detailing his hopes towards more sustainable living, as well as his plans for making this project accessible.

New Years’ Resolution:

Traveling the world as a DJ has been what I wanted to do with my life from a very young age. Bringing happiness through music on a global scale for me is one of the most fulfilling things in the world.

It comes at a cost, however. Through my travels I’ve seen what’s happening in the world and the many ways we, as humans, are destroying it.

Myself included: with more than 200 flights per year, I consider myself to be among the most polluting persons in the world. In 2018 I will make it my objective to change that, and take you on that journey with me.

Over the next couple of weeks I will let you know more about the steps I’m going to be taking to make my life more sustainable – and what you can do to help too.

We’re in this together, starting today.

For now, Sam Feldt has taken his first of many steps towards his goals of creating a more sustainable and eco-friendly world by offsetting his carbon emissions with a recently announced partnership with GreenSeat. Founded in 2002 as part of the Climate Neutral Group, GreenSeat focusses on offsetting as an option to travel climate smart, ensuring that the greenhouse gas levels in the atmosphere do not increase when traveling by air.

As an official Ambassador for GreenSeat, Sam Feldt is taking action to address his carbon footprint as a direct result of his air travels, by making it carbon neutral through his contribution to various Gold Standard certified projects worldwide, but also, by making a lasting impression as to how artists worldwide can implement these practices, too.

In conjunction with the ambassador announcement, Feldt’s doubling down on his own Heartfeldt organization and platform as a means of forging a sustainable living connection with fans and influencers who’ll reach new audiences worldwide. Dancing Astronaut recently caught up with the admirable artist, who’s even shared a special mix in spirits of the celebration. Cheers to a better tomorrow.


What kicked off your journey into environmentalism/sustainability?
Growing up as the only child of two “hippies,” nature and the environment have always played an important role in my life. My parents raised me as a vegetarian and would take me to our communal garden to plant own fruits and vegetables on a weekly basis. After leaving home for university, my focus shifted elsewhere and sustainability – for that period in time – drifted to the background. Music came and after many years of trying I succeeded in something I had wanted to do my whole life: become a DJ. This allowed me to travel a lot and see much of what this planet has to offer. It also showed me the many ways we, as humans, are destroying it – and I realized I was a big part of the problem. And as we all know: the first part of solving a problem is acknowledging it, which I did at the start of this year with the New Year’s Resolution that I posted to social media. I promised that in 2018, I would take steps to make my life as a DJ more sustainable and take my fans on that journey with me.

Since your New Year’s Resolution, what have you adopted into your lifestyle thus far to live more sustainably?
After posting the New Year’s Resolution to social media, I quickly found out that the most polluting thing I was doing was flying. While often essential for my job, air travel is responsible for more than 2% of all global CO2 emissions is and therefore a big part of the problem. Looking at more developed countries, like the Netherlands where I live, that figure is closer to 15%. Because my fans would not be happy if I simply stopped flying, I investigated different ways to reduce pollution caused by the flights I take. One of the things I did was partner up with an organization called GreenSeat that offsets all CO2 emission caused by the flights I take, by participating and investing in sustainability projects in Africa. I also took the first steps needed to start my very own Heartfeldt Forest – where I will start planting trees on a monthly basis. More information on that will be released soon. On a more personal note, I’ve changed my artist rider to be preferably organic and plastic-free and I’ve started to carry around my own reusable water bottle on tour. It’s the little things that count the most, usually.

How do you practice sustainability and reducing your carbon footprint at home and on the road?
I have to admit, being sustainable on the road can be difficult. You spend most of your time at airports, in planes, and in hotel rooms and you really have to work with what’s available (which is different in every city you go to). One thing that has really helped me is using a refillable water bottle to avoid buying plastics every time you are thirsty at an airport. As I said before, I’ve also changed my artist rider so that it is plastic-free and organic wherever possible. Closer to home, I’ve become a lot more conscious about the fashion I wear and I try very hard to make sure it is produced in a sustainable manner. I’ve also installed a Nest thermostat to keep track of my energy usage and have planned a full home check-up to decrease energy usage in and around the house.

Give us some tips on the easiest things fans can do to start doing better by the environment. 
If you’re not flying as much as me, usually changing small things have the biggest impact. One of the biggest contributors to the pollution of the planet is plastic, so using less plastic and reusing bottles, bags and for example, cups can help a lot. Another thing you can look at is your diet: make sure you know what’s in the foods you eat, how it is packaged and how much water and CO2 are wasted to produce it. A great way to start is by eating less meats. Fashion is one of the most polluting industries too, so make sure you make sustainable decisions when buying new clothes (do you really need that new shirt?) and try to go for brands that care about the environment. Another thing you can do at home easily is being more conscious about your water usage – for example when you take a shower or wash your car.

Have you ever considered going vegetarian, vegan, or adopting a mostly plant-based diet to help the environment?
For the first 17 years of my life, I was a vegetarian, because my parents raised me like that – so eating meat is definitely not something that I’ve always done. After moving out of my parents’ house I got introduced to eating meat for the first time and since then it is something I’ve moderately done. Eating 100% vegan or plant-based is a full-time job / near impossible if you’re touring the world and doing 200 shows per year, so I think I will continue to eat meat once in a while – but I am definitely more conscious now about how much and what kind of meats I consume.

On that note, have you also considered cutting back on touring to save your carbon footprint, or refusing to fly private if the opportunity is offered?
Because of my life as a DJ and therefore an influencer, I have a unique opportunity to speak to and influence a broad audience – both online and offline. Therefore, I think it is important I stay on the road, spreading not only good vibes through my music but also awareness and education around sustainability issues. To do this, I need my fans. I have, however, taken actions (see my partnership with Greenseat above) that ensure my air travel is 100% carbon neutral. On top of that, I am planting trees for every flight I take in the Heartfeldt Forest to become not only carbon neutral, but carbon positive.

Where are some of the most beautiful nature spots you’ve visited that you would recommend?
Every country I visit is unique, and I always try to explore as much as possible in the limited time I usually have. If I’d have to list a top three: South Africa, Australia, and Brazil.

Which cities and countries do you think have the most environmentally-friendly policies, and what makes it so in your eyes?
The Scandinavian countries are definitely at the top of the list! This has mostly to do with the way they generate and use electricity and the respect the people have for nature over there. Nature is 100% part of their lifestyle. Closer to home, my home country of The Netherlands is not doing so bad either – we are in the Top 10 of least polluting countries if you look at CO2 emissions. Another country that has greatly fascinated me is Singapore – everything’s so green out there!

How are you taking action as an artist with a large platform to ensure the environment is kept a priority in global politics? Have you thrown benefit shows, donated to Green Organizations, lobbied your politicians, etc? Do you have plans to do so?
While it is still in the early stages, my dream for 2018 is to establish a worldwide Heartfeldt Foundation that can serve as a platform for other influencers and people in the dance industry to follow in my footsteps. It would be awesome if this could become the go-to organization for any influencer that wants to show back some love to this wonderful planet and help fans live in a more healthy environment. Under this Heartfeldt Foundation umbrella, connected influencers may throw benefit events and set-up their own projects to help the foundation and its cause.

What will your Heartfeldt organization center on in terms of environmental issues? What do you feel is most important at this time?
The Heartfeldt foundation will be founded to create a platform for influencers who want to implement a more sustainable lifestyle and inspire their target audience to make conscious decisions as well. The mission will be to create awareness for the 17 United Nations sustainable goals – where we put the most amount of focus on the UN goals that directly influence climate change.

You also have a Heartfeldt fan page. Can you tell us more about that, and the importance of connecting with fans? What is your favorite part about the page?
Definitely! I launched my very own fan portal called Heartfeldt.me little over a year ago and over the last 12 months more than 20.000 fans signed up. This gives me an opportunity to directly reach these people and reward them with cool and exclusive content, cutting out the middleman like Facebook and Instagram. I was getting tired of having to sponsor posts and pay money to social media giants to reach the people that already wanted to hear from me so I decided to take back control of my fan base. Looking at the Heartfeldt foundation and my sustainability plans, this is invaluable – because I can now directly activate 20,000 or more fans to take action. The more people sign up, the more people I can inspire and motivate to do the same.

What inspires you most when it comes to writing new music?
For me, inspiration usually comes from vocals or a lyric. That’s why I like to work with singer-songwriters and vocalists in the studio a lot. A Sam Feldt production is usually very song-based and the lyrics usually dictate the general vibe and feeling that a track has.

What things are you working on musically now that you are most excited for?
My summer singles! I’ve just released a whole album so for 2018 I’ve decided to put a strong focus on a few singles that will be dropping in the next months. My latest one, “Down For Anything,” together with MÖWE and Karra has just come out and is already being played on the radio all around the world!

Spinnin’ Records Duo Mightyfools Announce Split Due To Depression

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In the wake of the news of Avicii’s tragic passing, the duo Mightyfools have announced that they will no longer be making music together due to one of the member’s struggle with depression. Since 2007, the duo Jelle and Andy have been making music together. The duo decided to recently open up about their hectic

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Jay Hardway & The Him Team For Dream Collab ‘Jigsaw’

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Jay Hardway continues to be one of the dance scene’s most exciting well-loved names, with a formidable discography rapidly building up. Jeroen Kerstens and Steven Berghuijs have been paving their way towards international success since the start of The Him back in 2015. Whether it be crafting infectious melodies with their transcendent originals and innovative

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Premiere | Mathieu Koss – The Best Is Yet To Come

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French producer Mathieu Koss has been carving a solid name for himself for a few years now. Having seen support early in his career from Sam Feldt, Robin Schulz, Lost Frequencies and Martin Garrix, it’s easy to see why his new single is tinged with some guilt-free summer spiced optimism. ‘The Best Is Yet To

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Feeling overwhelmed by Miami Music Week? Here are the parties not to miss

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Making the right decision of where to go during Miami Music Week can be more than overwhelming given the endless amount of events in the area. Considering the vast pool of parties, showcases, cruises, and all-day events, it’s crucial to make ensure the most effective use of time throughout the week. As such, Dancing Astronaut has taken to compiling a complete party guide, to help navigate only the hottest events taking place on the picturesque Miami shores. 

Tuesday, 20 March

Mau5trap Showcase  /  Treehouse

Mau5trap returns to the Treehouse once again with a vehement array of artistry.  Between BlackGummy b2b No Mana, ATTLAS b2b Eekkoo, the fervent Heyz b2b Electrocado, the astonishing Rinzen, Notaker, and Rhett, Mau5trap’s showcase promises an electric array of this year’s rising talent. It’s the perfect show to kick off the week with, and considering Mau5trap’s track record, certainly not one to be missed.

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Nora En Pure Presents Purified  /  Delano Hotel

“Bringing her sought-after sound to South Beach for her debut Purified MMW event, Nora En Pure, part of the Helvetic Nerds, is set to open Miami Music Week on Tuesday 20th March at the Delano Beach Club. Inviting some of the world’s most mezmerising DJs, Autograf, Croatia Squad, Doorly, Huxley, Mat.Joe, Siege, and Sons Of Maria will all be performing at this sunset session alongside dance music’s leading lady.” -Press Release

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Paco Osuna presents Mindshake Showcase 2018 /  TRADE

“Tuesday night of Miami music week TRADE will have a techno feast featuring master class DJs to have our dance floor rocking, get ready as Paco Osuna comes into the intimacy of this dark room to showcase his record label Mindshake in all its might!” –
Miami Rebels + Paco Osuna

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Wednesday, 21 March

 

LINK Miami Rebels Presents Nastia, Ellen Allien, & Peggy Gou /  TRADE

Three talented ladies — Nastia, Ellen Allien, and Peggy Gou — are gathering at TRADE early on in the week to show off their fiery finesse behind the decks. Each vastly ascending beyond the global underground circuit, Link Miami Rebels’ show will surely prove why these ladies have been so widely talked about quite a bit over the last year.

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HYTE Miami 2018  /  Space

“HYTE returns to Miami for MMW to take over two rooms at the infamous Club Space. On Wednesday, March 21st, HYTE will bring their special atmosphere and carefully curated line-up to the multi-faceted Club Space venue in Miami for a sure to be immersive party across two different rooms. The 25,000 sq foot venue offers everything that clubbers have come to expect from the HYTE brand. The venue for all this is a new one for HYTE but one that has a celebrated reputation for throwing essential parties. It is always a focal point during MMW and hosts only the most influential brands, labels and DJs, so HYTE are proud to call the place home. It boasts two different rooms which each offer slightly different ambiances and also has a vast rooftop terrace which makes for very special moments as the sun rises and falls on the horizon. Making it the perfect location to capture those first rays of sunshine after a hard nights dancing. There will be nowhere better to get an authentic taste of the Miami experience than with Space and HYTE as your capable hosts. ” –HYTE

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Heldeep Vs. Monstercat  /  Soho Studios

Heldeep Vs. Monstercat is coming your way in the heat of the Floridian sun at the world-renowned venue, Soho Studios! The bell will ring in the evening with a massive stage unlike anything you’ve seen before. We’ve done our training, said our prayers, and taken our vitamins; now it’s time to see who wins the belt. No matter what happens, it’s all of you amazing fans who will come out on top March 21st!” –Monstercat

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Thursday, 22 March

 

Robin Schulz & Friends Pool Party  / Nautilus, a SIXTY Hotel

The third edition of Spinnin’ Records Spinnin’ Hotel brings five pool parties to this year’s Miami Music Week. A return to the Nautilus, A Sixty Hotel, located on the wonderful South Beach in the famous Art Deco district of Miami, 2018 promises a most fervent poolside affair. Robin Schulz and friends is one of our favorite picks, playing alongside his pals Autograf, Goldroom, Shaun Frank, and more.

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Deadbeats Goes Off The Deepend   / Soho Studios

When Deadbeats announces it’s taking Miami off the deep end, they mean it. A conglomerate of fervent b2b sets are set to take place, including Zed’s Dead b2b Jauz, 12th planet b2b Ghastly, and Eprom b2b Zeke Beats. The promised intensity of this one is truly unmissable.

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Mixmash Miami Rockin’ With The Best  / Delano Beach Club

Currently in its ninth consecutive year, Mixmash has announced a lineup nothing short of iconic for its uniquely rambunctious Delano South Beach party. Truly a testament its given name, Rockin’ With The Best boasts A-Trak, Blasterjaxx, Deorro, Jonas Blue, Mike Cervello, Moksi, Laidback Luke, Timmy Trumpet, Unity, Zonderling, as well as special unannounced guests who’ll perform b2b.

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NGHTMRE & SLANDER present Gud Vibrations Boat Party / Sea Isle Marina

NGHTMRE & SLANDER‘s Gud Vibrations event moniker has been known to make waves. Setting sail over Miami’s crystalline waters aboard the palatial Musette yacht, party-goers can expect expansive production and wild antics throughout the ship. The event will feature such special guests as EKALIKRANEDOMBRESKY, Rickyxsan, Wavedash, and many more.

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Friday, 23 March

 

Corona Electric Beach Road To “EDC LV”   /  Shore Club

With the tagline of where the “Beats meet the beach,” the Corona Electric Beach is an unmissable event, no matter where it lay host. Featuring world-renowned DJs and traveling across the US and partnering with festival pioneers, Corona Electric Beach promises an exuberant event each and every time. The Miami Music Week installment brings Chris Lake, Mija, Will Clarke, Walker & Royce, Sharps, Dillon Nathaniel, Doc Brown, and more to the luxurious playground known as the Shore Club.

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Seth Troxler, Damian Lazarus, Jackmaster and Jasper James / Basement Miami

The four legendary DJs are set to take over The Basement Miami on Friday from 11pm to 5am. Produced in part by the Gia Sai Agency, the event will play host to some of the most inventive sounds in techno, breaks, jungle, house and disco the week has to offer. It’s unclear as to whether back-to-back sets will take place, but one can only hope to expect them.

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Dirtybird Players / Space Terrace

Claude VonStroke leads his Dirtybird crew on Miami’s storied Space Nightclub terrace and in the club’s techno loft for an evening of moving, grooving and shaking. Dirtybird Players such as Billy Kenny, Ardalan, Walker & Royce and Will Clarke will be setting the tone for the evening, and a few special guests have yet to be announced.

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Saturday, 24 March

 

Adam Beyer x Cirez D /  Soho Studios

In what promises to be the week’s most mesmerizing event, Adam Beyer and Cirez D are joining forces for one night in Miami’s Soho Studios. The Drumcode founder and Eric Prydz alias will perform in back-to-back fashion in the 32,000+ square foot venue. Known for their stellar productions, LinkMiamiRebels’ coalescence of two iconic forces makes for a truly unmissable evening in South Beach.

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Diskolab Presents No Sugar Added /  1 Hotel South Beach

2018 brings No Sugar Added’s biggest lineup of all time, boasting the likes of Hexagon head Don Diablo, the dynamic duo Dada LifeLost FrequenciesSam Feldt, Autograf, and more. As the Diskolab event moves to a single stage amid the luxury setting of the 1 Hotel this year, NSA promises to be one of dance fans’ favorite all-day affairs this MMW.

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 Confession Miami / Treehouse

Tchami’s descent into Miami is certain to leave dance floors drenched in sweat as the French house pioneer and Confession label founder is being joined in good company. Cazztek, Dombresky, Brohug, Dillon Nathaniel and a few special guests will play host to one of the week’s most anticipated events.

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Chuckie Exclusive Hip Hop Set – Benefitting Fuck Cancer  /  Rockwell Miami

Known for his dirty dutch style, sensational trap original “Warrior,” and perhaps most importantly, for his selfless candor,  Amsterdam producer Chuckie returns to Miami Music Week with his annual Fuck Cancer set. This year’s installment promises exclusive hip hop and special guests with all proceeds at the door going to the Fuck Cancer charity. Chuckie’s bringing the party to Miami for a good cause, what’s not to like?

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Elrow Miami / El Miami: Nomads, Nuevo Mundo

“Together we make magic happen.” That is the ethos by which Spanish production company Elrow run their events. Elrow has gradually began to enter the US festival sphere, but their events in the US are few and far between, making their hosted event in Miami that much more special. With a lineup still to be announced, the event holds an air of mystery, but those attending Miami Music Week can expect expect expansive production and vibrant costumes, at the very least.

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Sunday, 25 March

 

Anjunabeach Miami / 1 Hotel South Beach
Anjunabeats will play host to Miami’s premier trance event at the 1 Hotel Beach in South Beach. With such artists as Alpha 9, Genix, Jason Ross, Jaytech and many more, the exposé into trance is certain to be one of the week’s best beachside events.

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Repopulate Mars – Miami 2018  / Gramps Bar

On Sunday, March 25th, Lee Foss will open a wormhole in time and space to Repopulate Mars from Gramps Miami in Wynwood from 2pm-2am…Alien jams from the future at a beach party on Mars will have punk funk kids shedding clothes, aliens shedding skin and cyborgs getting down.” –Repopulate Mars

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Carl Cox Presents: His Disco, Funk & Soul Event  / Basement Miami

The storied Carl Cox closes out Bincomparablemparalble six-day MMW lineup in what promises to be one of the highlights of this year’s installment. Presenting his disco, funk, AND soul, Cox will be in top form, and those who miss it will surely be sorry they did.

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Featured Photo Credit: Darryl Adelaar