Thursday, May 3, 6-9pm – Miami Art Museum, 101 West Flagler Street, Miami
Sweat Records’ owner Lauren Reskin will lead a discussion with panelists:
1) Arielle Castillo, Miami music journalist and contributing writer for Spin.com
2) Romulo del Castillo, founder of Miami electronic label Schematic Records and part of the group Phoenica
3) Abel Folgar, contributing writer for Miami New Times; local historian for the punk rock/underground Miami music scene
4) Ted Lucas, founder and president of Slip-N-Slide Records, who discovered Miami hip-hop icons Trick Daddy and Trina.
5) Crazy Hood Productions, featuring DJ EFN, Garcia and the rest of the CHP crew discussing all the records they’ve released and etc.
Miami Vinyl: The History of Record-Making in Miami, Part III – The Mid-1990′s to Now explores hip hop to abstract electronics to indie punk rock. Learn about what got pressed on wax in South Florida and why over the last twenty-plus years. Following the discussion, stick around for a party led by guest DJ Maneuvers spinning the best of mid-90s to current Miami music. and check out MAM’s current exhibition, The Record: Contemporary Art and Vinyl, and other works on view in the galleries. Doors open at 6 p.m., panel discussion begins at 6:30 and DJ sets at 7:30 p.m. Seating is limited for discussion.
MAM members are free, non-members $8. Secure garage parking is available at 50 N.W. 2nd Avenue for $5.