We were at it again last night, this time at the Stage Miami in Midtown. Hosted by Deep Antiquity and Audio Junkie, last night’s event was yet another reason why everyone should come out to a show in Miami.
With Audio’s Junkies specifically Halloween-themed video playing on the projectors, Jolt’s own DJ Jon Ham opened up with a killer set.
Then, O’ Grime, took the stage. With a combination of dub step, electronica and hip-hop, O’ Grime put on an interesting performance for an unsuspecting crowd. In-between cuts some of his entourage took the stage and added to the oddness by making signs and waving their arms in silent hype.
After O’ Grime, it was time for the Beat Machines. Decked out in Halloween Spirit with clown costumes and make-up, Beat Machines owned their set. Wild, flamboyant and full of energy, Beat Machines jumped, yelled and played to a receptive audience that wanted to have as much as them.
Hank and Cupcakes from Brooklyn, closed out the night. They also brought their own energy to The Stage. From the beginning they had the crowd and never let them go until the very end. Consisting of a minimal two-piece of drums, a bass guitar and some electronic sampling in the background, the duo had a unique combination of funk, groove and indie rock. And with their faces painted and the lights shining the right way, Hank and Cupcakes did not relent to show off their Brooklyn style in Miami and played as if they were home.