697 North Miami Ave.
Miami, FL 33136
11:00 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013
Drop the Lime
Supporting Acts: Star Eyes Drop The Lime
The world knows Luca Venezia as a globetrotting DJ/producer and the founder of Brooklyn, New York's Trouble & Bass label. As Drop the Lime, he's been fearlessly casting spells over clubs and festivals around the world for years, as well as remixing the likes of Major Lazer, Robyn and Moby and producing for artists like, T. Mills, Spankrock and Bosco Del Rey. Venezia's name is synonymous with dance music in New York – born and bred in Manhattan, the glittering, grimy pulse of the city is the main inspiration behind DTL's now-infamous heavy bass sound. Our protagonist is no stranger to clubland, but his new album Enter the Night reveals an obsession with rockabilly that's been burning in Venezia's heart since the age of seven. As influenced by Richie Valens as Richie Hawtin, the record finds Venezia marrying his blues guitar licks and unmistakably sultry croon to the sheer dance music wizardry that has become his trademark. AC Slater
AC Slater has established himself as one of the most in demand remixers and producers in the world right now and his growing reputation is showing no signs of slowing down. Raised on 90's Hip-Hop and nourished by old school rave, AC has cultivated these influences to give birth to his own style of music production. A pioneer in the current electro and heavy bass sound, AC is one of the most talked about and sought after dance artists around. His tracks consistently top the Hype Machine and radio airplay charts, most notably his remix of the international hit "Show Me Love" by Robin S and his remix of underground classic "Turn The Music Up" being voted one of Moby's top 10 tracks of the decade.