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Spankalicious w/ Break Science & Keys n Krates in Miami FL


When: -

Where: 7th Circuit Studios (228 NE 59th St, Miami, FL)

Minimum Age: 18+

Type: Indoor - Club

Web Site: Click Here

Promoters: Massive Ideas

Genres: BreaksElectroGlitchHip HopLivetronica

This year, Massive Ideas started a weekly revolution at The Stage with Massive Wednesdays! We want to thank all of you who have taken part and supported beautiful electronic music in a city that doesn't have nearly enough of it!

For WMC, we're going MASSIVE by teaming up with the MOKSHA FAMILY ARTS COLLECTIVE! This week will be held at 7th Circuit Studios, with TWO stages of music, both indoors and outdoors! If you've never been to Moksha, you're in for a treat!

The main stage indoors will host a variety of amazing acts from around the country, while the pyramid stage outdoors will feature some of the best local electronic music in South Florida!


$15 ADVANCE / $20 DOOR

18+ W/ $5 SURCHAGE

ADVANCE TICKETS: www.massivewedwmc.eventbrite.com

Brought to you by Massive Ideas with support by Bakers Dozen and the Moksha Family Artist Collective.






The Brooklyn based electronic duo, Break Science kick off 2012 with the release of their second EP entitled Monolith Code (Pretty Lights Music). As seasoned producers and touring veterans, Adam Deitch and Borahm Lee have produced and performed with everyone from The Fugees, Wu Tang Clan, and Talib Kweli, to reggae Lee Scratch Perry and Miles Davis collaborator, John Scofield. On Monolith Code, Break Science evokes a wide spectrum of electronic genres filtered through a musician's lens, all while moving people spiritually AND on the dance floor.

"Monolith Code is the innate message we have to decipher to get to the next step in our evolution" says Lee. "The monolith represents a transition into a higher level of consciousness. A spark that initiates us to consider wider possibilities and ideas. The code is the system to express this transformation. Containing information from the past, present and future, it holds the key to unlock our potential as spiritual beings."

Adam Deitch describes the musical process behind the record. "We understand that to bring our vision to life, we have to spend just as much time on the programmed elements as we do on the live elements. Our goal is to blend these elements seamlessly, so everything comes together in an organic way. Our music is layered with different frequencies and sonic textures so it becomes something you can listen to multiple times and STILL hear new elements you might have missed the first time. We are influenced by everything from hip-hop and glitch, to jazz, soul, vinyl drum breaks and dub. We like certain elements of dubstep and drumstep (especially that BASS) and try to incorporate that sound in a fresh, new way."

Break Science is poised to make their biggest mark yet onto the burgeoning livetronica scene. Joining forces with a movement of new electronic artists on the Pretty Lights Music label, this potent duo will continue to push the boundaries of modern music. 





Keys N Krates formed in 2008 out of a desire to do something different. They wanted to take the remix/electronic sound out of the studio and onto the stage, creating a new live electronic experience. The Toronto-based trio – comprised of the high-energy Adam Tune on drums, synth-master David Matisse on keys, and internationally award-winning Jr. Flo on turntables – began by locking themselves in a rehearsal room for six months to create and finesse their unique sound and identity.

Starting as a mainly live act doing live re-works of rap and house tunes, the group eventually moved into making their own beats and translating those into their live show. The result? A blend of rap beats, trap and electronic music played live before your very eyes. Keys N Krates collage raw samples and twist them with live instrumentation, creating a truly unique live dance party. With two live off-the-floor mixtapes, two self released eps ("The Blackout" and "Lucid Dreams") and a slew of remixes under their belt, the outfit is set to release their EP "Solow" on Dim Mak Records in 2013 which will follow the release of their single "Treat Me Right."

Over the last year, KNK toured with and played alongside artists including; Major Lazer, Pretty Lights, Flying Lotus, Bassnectar and Skrillex to name a few. In 2012 the band continued to make an impact on the festival scene, playing major shows at Wakarusa, Ultra Music Festival, Movement Festival, Osheaga and Sonar in Barcelona.



In 2011 Spank played more than 100 shows, traveling more than 90,000 miles, meeting amazing people while attempting to spread a message of higher awareness and social consciousness. From sunrise sets in the French Quarter of New Orleans to the 4:20 set at Wakarusa 2011, and many places in between, Spanky has been consistently rocking parties at every stop. Playing alongside every major cutting edge act in livetronica, bass music, electro, and hip-hop (Pretty Lights, Caspa, Borgore—the list goes on) as well as several major festival appearances including Sonic Bloom, Bassnectar’s First Bass Center, Camp Euforia, and more. Spankalicious already in 2012 made his triumphant return this year’s Summer Camp Music Festival, as well as make his debut at The Manifestation Celebration in Dallas, the inaugural IMPULSE Music Festival in Georgia, and the blowout Camp Bisco XI in upstate NY alongside some of the biggest acts of today. An extensive background in rudimental percussion and drumline allows Spank to read rhythms inside and out and even incorporate live drumming into his sets. With musical influences ranging from the Grateful Dead and Phish to U.G.K. and Three Six Mafia, Spanky has found his niche in his world of Glitchy Hippie Psychedelic Bounce.

2012 has seen the release of Psychedelic Boogaloo Intervention, his third studio album. Recently, Spankalicious unveiled his signature hat from Grassroots California, which was paired with a huge performance at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, Colorado. Right now, all eyes are on the upcoming Do Magical Things North American Tour.




Starting off as a multi genre DJ in 98’, Stylust quickly got into the hip hop production game contributing to the local scene as well as being lucky enough to work with mc's all over the world such as THE GAME (Aftermath,Black Wall St.), FREEWAY(Def Jam), SOUTH CENTRAL CARTEL, DOVE SHACK, , FREESTYLE(ARSONISTS), NGA FSH(Project Blowed),MAESTRO, SWOLLEN MEMBERS, EMOTIONZ, KYPRIOS and many more. 

After starting SoundVibe Records with Emotionz in 2009(releasing his solo album “KUSH”), Stylust has focused back on Dj’ing and Producing but now in the dubstep/Bass Music arena’s. This powerful performing duo has been tearing down every venue with enough bassbins to hold them down. Look for them at festivals and clubs in your area as they’re touring schedule gets heavier everyday. 

Stylust’s production quality has caught on quickly in the Bassmusic world catching the eye of BASSNECTAR who asked him to remix his smash tune “Cozza Frenzy” which was released Jan 2009 on bassnectar’s website as part of the Cozza Frenzy remix pack 1. Since then Stylust has 2 upcoming releases with 2 different label’s DUBFRONT(Chicago) and MONKEY DUB(Montreal). Stylust has also released 2 mixtapes in the short time with loads of self-produced exclusives and remixes. The most recent being “Welcome to Dubrock” packed with rock influenced dubstep anthems. Look out for many more releases and collaborationss from Stylust as this producer's work ethic is second to none.



Never the same show twice, Beatmachines performs fully improvised electronic music performed without drum machines or sequencers and features Tony Smurphio from Afrobeta fame on synth and Suenalo percussionist extraordinaire JJ on the Wavedrum. With this minimalist pairing, Beatmachines takes listeners on a complex journey through genres, never stopping to rest or contemplate where they've been. Like EOTO with a Miami flair, a Beatmachines show is created in the moment and gone just as quickly. 



Warp9’s obsession with sound began a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. It has since evolved through several different phases, taking many turns over the lightyears as they have shared in all sorts of musical adventures. Finally landing in Miami, Warp9 has united forces to decode the information beamed here from a distant star and deliver it to you through their music: spaced out grooves served with a dose of galactic funk that will navigate you into uncharted territories.

Warp9 consists of Adam Shechter, an accomplished multi-instrumentalist and graduate from Berklee College of Music in Sound Design; and Jeff Glazer, an experienced controllerist and veteran DJ of over 12 years. When performing live, they incorporate a unique blend of live guitar, synths, sound manipulation and DJ’ing. Warp9 has just finished their second EP, "Starbass Alpha", due to be released soon on Swingset Sounds Records.





At a time when it seems like many producers and DJs are leaning more and more towards aggressive music, Afro Monk is doing just the opposite and bringing the romance back to the dance floor with downtempo sounds and chilled-out future beats. Combining fluid melodies, sultry rhythms and hypnotic bass, Afro Monk uses lush yet cutting-edge electronic beats to create a smooth and sensual vibe.

As a beat producer, DJ, music journalist and events promoter, Afro Monk is a cornerstone of the growing electronic arts community. His wildly popular bass music blog Afro Monk is the source where many fans look for new sounds and insightful commentary, which can also be found in his writings for The Untz and Big Up Magazine. 

After running a popular show on online radio station Glitch.FM for over two years, Afro Monk now heads up the Glitch / Chill Dubstep / IDM room on Turntable.FM, which has become a web hangout for heads interested in sharing chill new bass music and downtempo sounds. A profound presence on the online underground, Afromonk’s numerous endeavors have firmly impacted the evolution of electronic music culture.

A new record label is also in the works for Afro Monk later this year, to share music and promote artists making sexy downtempo sounds. After performing at several festivals in 2011 including ArtOutside, Emissions and Sonic Bloom, Afro Monk is ready to bring his lush, chilled-out sounds to crowds large and small across the country. His focus on downtempo lounge music, trip hop, ambient and other mellow electronic music genres make Afro Monk an ideal choice to perform early or late sets at festivals, prefunks, afterparties and all the other occasions that require music to vibe to. With a unique perspective and a fresh, inviting sound, Afro Monk will no doubt continue to inspire both artists and fans as he injects new ideas into the electronic music community.





The musical performances of Dusthead are strongly influenced by ancient sounds and orchestral compositions fused together with futuristic technological realms. Both ancient sounds and next level electronic patterns are embodied into one timeless frequency meant to inspire the awakening of the higher self.

Dusthead has worked with string quartets, sitar players and opera singers; arranging music which defies all barriers, genre’s and labels, creating in constant change and movement, and leaving the audience curious for the next possibility plucked out of the infinite spectrum of the auditory universe.



Y Diz is the producer of the local band Telekinetic Walrus. He drops hypnotizing bass frequencies over intricate beats,venturing through all sorts of styles and sound crafting techniques. The audience will get low while grooving to the colorful rhythms of his production. He also collaborates with all sorts of local Miami artists including Afrobeta, Askultura, Beatmachines, Buffalo Brown, Candice Meyer, Cog Nomen, The Corner Stoners, Corinne Stevie, Dusthead, EdenGrey, E.Grizzly, Fitzroy, Komakazie, O.H.M.E, Sounduo and many more.



Milky Started Producing/DJing back in 1996. mostly on analog equipment, and stared Playing at various house parties threw out the South Florida area. Milky focused on more than one particular type of music. Milky had a big part of bringing the EDM Culture to South Florida, especially Lake Worth and West Palm Beach County. Throwing over 100's of bass inspired event feat local talent and with huge acts threw out the years. He has opened up for Venetian Snares, Noah D, Falinox, Poier, Blockhead,Govinda,Flux Pavilion, Kryteria, SPL, Okulus Anomali plus many more.




Miami Producer Eric Dez performs his original world-influenced dubstep tracks with musicality and stage presence. Blurring the lines between studio and stage, his custom designed live show setup allows for a wide range flexibility and variety to deliver a true “live” electronic experience. The foundation of his live performance show feature Dez on Guitar, Guitar Synth, keyboards and samplers. Tension filled lush build ups and huge drops that release into tasteful grime bass lines which often unfold into deep dubby ragga grooves. 

Eric has performed 4 times at the world famous Ultra Music Festival and at Earthdance Music Festivals on both coasts. He has performed along side Visionary Painter Alex Grey, and his music has appeared in several video productions and documentaries including “Templayed” a visual/music production which also features Electric Skychurch

Eric has two LP releases to date including “The Star Seed Journey” released by PHIsonica, a downtempo world music project he formed in 2007. “The counterpointing sounds ...draw the listener deeper and deeper” says The Miami New Times about Dez’s downtempo music. Dez has also played Guitar and bass in several bands ranging from electro clash to World Music. He has also has a brief history as a performing VJ playing for legendary artists Infected Mushroom, Erick Morillo, Carl Cox, James Holden, Josh Wink and Pete Tong.





Phantasman is a musical and visual project influenced by acid induced frenzies and the pursuit of pleasurable/strange audible and optical sensory stimulation.



Music is my favorite form of self expression. I'm a Florida based Producer/Performer. The music that I create can be hard to describe within the confines of one specific genre. I like to experiment with different instrumentation, production techniques and song structure. I have been performing my original tracks while providing live harmonic accompaniment with an electronic keyboard. My personal music tastes are all over the map. I like my music to be an escape. I enjoy making sounds and rhythms that take you out of this world.




Brady Jacob, AKA Skinny Hendrix, is a DJ/Producer from Miami, Florida that is quickly turning heads in the EDM world. His fresh blend of electro, dubstep, moombah, trap, and more combined with his energetic and unfettered stage presence keeps dance floors in a frenzy all night long.

After graduating from the University of Miami with a major in Entrepreneurship, Skinny immediately focused his energy towards his passion for electronic dance music. While attending Scratch DJ Academy, his natural talent behind the turntables instantly garnered attention from his professors and colleagues. He then took to the road on a festival-hopping journey that culminated in an epic DJ set on stage at Bonnaroo. Now back in Miami, the buzz around Skinny Hendrix continues to swell each time he spins for a new crowd.