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In Miami, the best music isn't found in the superstar lineups of American Airlines Arena or the Arsht Center. Instead, many of the city's top indie talents take the stage at the black, boxy underground arena known as the Performing Arts eXchange (PAX). This highly-lauded local venue, tucked away under an overpass in Little Havana, is home to booty shaking, Afro-Cuban beats and a well-stocked bar. From local acts like Locos por Juana to Cuban crooners like Luis Bofill, their roster runs the gamut. They host screenings, panels and meetings, too. So if a laid-back vibe, artsy attitude and cultural diversity are right up your alley, so is PAX.
With Roosevelt "The Dr." and DJ Vixen
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Featuring DJs Gringo, Ricky 305, and Sgt Papi.
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Three decades ago, Afrika Bambaataa found the perfect beat when he made the "Planet Rock." And it was that beat-breaking track that bridged the gap between hip-hop and electronic music. But there'... More »
Just get up and dance. That's the Electrofunky philosophy of Afrika Bambaataa, AKA the Godfather of Hip-Hop. And for the last four decades, Bam's been fighting for the right to "Peace, Unity, Love ... More »
The 305's musical tastes are as diverse as the masses who live here. We're a bunch of EDM beat freaks, salsa fanatics, Rasta lovers, hip-hop heads, hardcore punks, and indie obsessives. But we can all agree that music brings us together. This is... More »
The 305's musical tastes are just as diverse as the masses who live here. We're a bunch of EDM beat freaks, salsa fanatics, Rasta lovers, hip-hop heads, hardcore punks, and indie obsessives. But w... More »
Strange thing: In Miami, it's always been hard to find a place that does interesting Spanish-language music. But all that changed in 2011 when art buyer Roxanne Scalia opened PAX in a former Miami Herald distribution center under an I-95 overpass. Scalia and business partner Danny Davila renovated the space in urban chic, or urban cheap, or something like that. It's a secret, cool, interesting place to catch intriguing and entertaining bands such as Spam Allstars, Suénalo, and DJ Le... More »
Set back about a hundred steps from SW Eighth Street, a black, boxy building hides in the shadow of I-95. This is the Performing Arts Exchange, also known as PAX Miami. Just more than a year ago, owner and art buyer Roxanne Scalia completed renovations on the former Miami Herald distribution center. She quickly booked a bunch of bands, including Miami jam stars Suénalo, local Latin fusion legends Locos por Juana, and Magic City alt-rockers Minimal. In the intervening 13 months,... More »
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