Monthly Archives: January 2009
PRESS: Miami Herald/Gay South Florida’s Steve Rothaus Reports on ArtExplosion ’09/Official Dance Party
GLAAD Award Winning Journalist and Miami Herald Columnist Steve Rothaus Reports on ArtExplosion ’09 with a complete schedule and covering of the Festivities during February’s Month Long LGBT Art/Culture/Music Celebration.
DJ/producers Maximus 3000 & Oren Nizri are Headlining Art Explosion’s Main Dance Party Friday February 20th Click Here to Read a Full Lineup:
PRESS: Miami Herald’s Tania Valdemoro Covers 35th Annual Miami Beach Festival of Arts featuring DJ Maximus 3000
Lots of music and art at North Beach festival
The spotlight will be on North Beach next month when a popular festival comes to Ocean Terrace.
BY TANIA VALDEMORO
Live music, bungee jumping and face painting. That’s just some of the activities on tap at the 35th Annual Coldwell Banker Miami Beach Festival of the Arts.
The North Beach event takes place on Feb. 7 and 8 at Ocean Terrace, a sliver of land facing the beach between 73rd and 75th streets. It is organized by the city of Miami Beach and the city’s Fine Arts Board.
Between 30,000 to 40,000 people are expected to attend the free event, said Max Sklar, director of Miami Beach’s tourism and cultural development department.
Daniel Veitia, a North Beach activist, said he was excited because the festival gives South Beach residents a chance to appreciate what’s in his neighborhood.
”It’s a staple event where other residents come to North Beach,” he said. “For many of them, it’s the only time they come up here.”
New this year: daytime musical concerts at the North Beach Bandshell, 7275 Collins Ave.
Veitia said the music is a product of a partnership between the city and the North Beach Bandshell Trust.
Five local artists will perform.
The lineup for Feb. 7 includes Maximus 3000, a Miami-based disc jockey, remixer and experimental artist; Suénalo, a band that blends Afro-Cuban, Latin, R&B, rock and hip-hop rhythms; and Very Normal People, a pop band that performs songs from the 1980s and ’90s, as well as recent hits.
On Feb. 8, there will be performances by Maximus 3000, Conjunto Progreso, a Cuban music group; and the Spam Allstars, a band whose music features Latin, funk, hip-hop, turntables and electronic elements.
The festival also showcases the work of 150 artists who will display their paintings, sculptures, photos, ceramics, glass and jewelry along Ocean Terrace.
Children will be able to play in fun houses, create arts and crafts, go rock climbing and bungee jumping in a zone set up for youngsters.
”We try to provide a variety of different forms of entertainment to attract people and keep them coming back,” Sklar said.
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PODCAST POST: DJ Maximus 3000’s “Silents Please!” Live Audio/Visual Installation to “Que Viva Mexico!” Now on iTunes.
The Mix Set to “Que Viva Mexico!” During Miami Beach Cinemathque’s Monthly installation/Series “Silents Please”. A Screening of a Silent movie set to a new score. This Set has Special Significance as a merging of the Classic and Modern. MBC’s Monthly Series is Usually Acompanied by a Live Instumentalist/Classical Musician. In November’s Edition MBC invited DJ Maximus 3000 to Provide an all modernist electronic music Score to a remastered screening of Sergei Eisenstien’s Highly Stylized “Que Viva Mexico!” (A combination Documentary/Drama/Commentary on The People and Culture of 1930’s Mexico) DJed Live. To No suprise the Film house and hotbed of art and culture was sold out and packed to the brim with a crosssection of Independent artists, film buffs, electronic music afficiados and the plain curious, in a variety of age ranges.
In the True Spirit of this ONE TIME special “Silents Please!” installation and celebration of Classic Meets Modern , DJ Maximus 3000 Has turned the Live set into a Podcast for the digital world to enjoy bringing the classic avant garde Film piece to 2009 and beyond breathing life back into a certifiable masterpeice with a new “spin” for a new generation.
The Mix In nature has a combination Chill out, Dub, Electronica, Goth, Acid Jazz , New age and Darkwave Textures.
2 Enhanced Podcasts complete with Track listing and Links to buy Music are availble on iTunes for Free for you to Enjoy:
iTunes Link to DJ Maximus 3000’s Podcast Directory:
Or Download/Listen Directly to your PC/Mac:
- Juri Hulkkonen feat. Nick Triani – Science (Ari Brika Mix)
- Juri Hulkkonen feat. Jerry Valuri – Lo Fiction (Alternative Version)
- Juri Hulkkonen – Interstate of Love
- Newcleus – Destination Earth (Juri Hulkkonen mix)
- Juri Hulkkonen – Strange Faith
- Mr. Oizo – Flat 55
- Mr. Oizo – Flatbeat
- Beth Orton – Central Reservation (Ben Watt Mix)
- UNKLE – Lonely Souls
- Future Sound Of London – Papau New Guinea (Dumb Child of Q Mix)
- Waldeck – Aquarius
- Massive Attack – Black Milk
- High Contrast – Racing Green
- Gus Gus – Starlovers
- Gus Gus – Is Jesus your Pal
- Leftfield – 20th Century Poem
- L’ame Immortal – Licht and Schatten (Space Diva Mix)
- Tricky – Pumpkin
- Dead Can Dance – Host of Seraphim (Oakenfold Mix)
- Dead Can Dance – Host of Seraphim
- Maximus 3000 – Seraphims Ghost
- Talvin Singh – Eclipse
- Leftfield – Afro Left
SPECIAL THANKS FOR DANA KEITH AND THE STAFF AT MIAMI BEACH CINEMATHEQUE FOR INVITING ME TO CONDUCT THIS FANTASTIC EXPERIMENT! Stay Tuned for Part 2!
Link to Press Release with More Information on the Night:
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PRESS: Jumponmarkslist.com Covers “Drag It Out” Charity event at Living Room Sponsored by 8025 Alliance Music Group, Destune Records, Amplitude Recordings and Many more…
Miami Based Record Label 8025 Alliance Music Group (8025 Alliance Records, Destune Records & Amplitude Recordings) Supports “Drag it Out”. bringing out “The Inner King and Queen in us All” Benefiting 4 local Charities in South Florida.
with a Diverse cross section of Community Organizations and Businesses, This exuberant and fun charity event promises to be a first of its kind for a good cause
For Immediate Release “DRAG IT OUT!”
For the inner King and Queen in all of us.
Tabatha Mudra 954.612.4489 Tm@TabathaMudra.com
Fort Lauderdale, FL
At 8:00 pm Sunday, January 4, 2009, at the Living Room Nite Club in Fort Lauderdale, the ideas of gender are out the door. Drag It Out, a professional and amateur (PRO-AM) Drag Night of delight, is a fundraiser raising awareness to benefit the KIDS, the QUEERS and the ANIMALS! All donations ($10 per person) will go to four local charities in need; Safe Schools South Florida, Yes Institute, Animal Aid, and the GLCC’s Lavender Events for Women. With over ten performers acting out gender impersonations, this event will spread awareness through entertainment, and connect night life with contribution. The creator, Tabatha Mudra, a self-employed photographer, created the project while participating in a Landmark Education leadership program, an international training and development company, who is known for offering their flagship course The Landmark Forum (www.landmarkeducation.com) where part of the coursework, was to create a project that benefits the community, hence the result is Drag It Out; a fully self expressed and fun experience where the lines of what gender is suppose to be versus what one makes it are explored.
“Gender-bending is a controversial/stigmatic form of self-expression as performance art. To have participants at all levels of experience, of all ethnicities, and sexual orientation has been a real treat. Classes were formed like a training camp where a professional impersonator coached amateurs in character building, physical adjustments, facial make-up and performance. Watching the growth and transformation of each individual during the classes has been one of the biggest gifts, even more so since all of the participants are volunteers, making this happen for the greater good of all concerned!”
Sponsors include a number of kid, queer, and animal friendly supporters. Please see back of flyer for details. For more information, call (954) 612-4489 or email Tm@TabathaMudra.com
PRESS: Jumponmarkslist.com Covers “Roberto Cavali Fashion Show/New Years Eve” @ Living Room