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The outskirts of Miami's Overtown hood are becoming a gentrified version of the Sunset Strip in LA. This club's DJ plays Bad Brains, as skate videos are projected onto a large outdoor movie screen. Any questions? Famous UK DJ John Digweed is one of the owners, we voted it the Best New Bar in 2008, and the Bad Girls Club Miami filmed a chick fight here last year.
Talking about Stone Groove. Then we can dig it. Jus' hang loose, blood. What it is, big slick? Our mama ain't raise no dummies. We dug the rap! Cut...
With Juan BassHead, Sean Ashworth, and friends playing party bass, dub-step, breaks, and freestyle in the main room, A-Train and Rob Riggs playing ...
Indie rock progressive in the bar room with Ray Milian, Grace Jones, and Sweetswirl; deep house, electro, nu-disco, and boogie in the dance room wi...
On the patio, enjoy barbecued chicken and ribs along with the music of Juan Mejia and Kool Large
A throwback to when music mattered: Brit pop, 80’s, and 90’s alternative. Music by DJs Tommy Gunn and Joshy Josh
Egyptian Lover is "bringing back the old school." So just "be ready to dance." As a foundational figure in Uncle Jamm's Army during the '80s, the Electro Pharaoh (born Greg Broussard) helped erect ... More »
Most of the club rats getting down to electro and booty bass these days are too young to remember the scene's old-school pioneers like Egyptian Lover, AKA Greg Broussard. After all, most of us wer... More »
So it's the weekend and all you wanna do is drink, dance, and drink some more. But there's one little detail stopping you from having the best weekend ever: you're broke. But just because your pock... More »
Say what you wanna say, but the '90s rocked! Hip-hop was at its prime, koosh balls were all the craze, and grunge was the way to go. Although we're waaay past the era of the Fresh Prince, Tamagotchi'... More »
RiRi may be a lost causee, but she's right about one thing: "Cheers to the fricken' weekend!" But unlike Rihanna, you don't have to spends wads of cash on over-the-top bashes and endless bottles to... More »
When you are here, "You are no one. You are Everyone."
The people are friendly and interesting. You can dress up or dress down, hip or square. A single girl can go there on her own wearing anything,and not get hasseled. The music is amazing. The main room plays indie/ electro/ nu disco/ alternative/ 80's /goth/ classic rock. Check out DJ Andie Sweet Swirl something for every1. The disco room plays house/ trance/ progressive/ minimal/ pop/ deep house/ disco/ nu disco/ funk/ electro/ dub/ hard house/ ebm. The outdoor area is the chill out spot. There is a beautiful fire pit. Great food & music chill out/ dream wave/ Poolside/ R & B/ funk/ pop/ soul/ rock/ nu disco/ disco I love it! Its one of my favorite places in USA! Now that the Electric Pickel has closed they are having Pickel nights at Vagabond which brings even more amazing music!
Somewhere between lounge, bar, and club sits The Vagabond, a lovably comfy new hangout in the old I/O space on NE 14th St. This is a place with a mission statement unlike no other in town: Everybody is welcome here as long as they dance and have a good time. Just see the club's official slogan: "You are no one. You are every one." Rock kids can come in scruffy Converse sneakers; house heads can show up to jam without worrying about not having an asymmetrical haircut. That's because there's a vibe for everyone in this indoor/outdoor playground, from the mod-futuristic main room to the bohemian-styled front bar to the urban-tiki weirdness of the back patio. The soundtrack can be anything from a mix of cutting-edge dance sounds to throwback soul to garage rock to all of the above, depending on the hour of the evening and the mood of the crowd. Prices, too, are superrelaxed: Well drinks go for $6, a better deal than at the bar's downtown neighbors. Chilled-out and familiar but still fresh and funky, The Vagabond feels like ... well, home.
In a city with few open mikes, and even fewer that are consistently good, Stone Groove is a breath of fresh bohemian air. Tuesdays at 10 p.m. at the Vagabond, some of Miami's finest poets read and recite their works while the weekly MC, Marcus Blake, keeps the artistry flowing across the stage in a steady but powerful stream. The Vagabond puts first-timers and veterans alike in the same spotlight at a venue that's ideally suited for intimate but impactful performances -- dark, moody... More »
When it comes to spoken word, beat poetry, and all-around coolness, Marcus Blake is the man. He does it with the grace and flair of Billy Dee Williams, Bob Marley, and Miles Davis. As the face of the Tuesday-night open mike, impromptu beatnik get-together Stone Groove at the Vagabond, Blake busts out the sharpest duds. "When it comes to fashion, I have always been in my own lane for as long as I can remember," Blake rhapsodizes. "Finding your own sense of style comes easy when you be... More »
Thursdays belong to hip-hop, bass, and selected cheese at the Vagabond, where the welcoming yet discerning Shake crew rules with packed dance parties. But for all the crowd-pleasing of the hands-in-the-air bar room, once a month the main room turns a whole lot darker with Get Low, Shake's monthly Thursday-night party-within-a-party devoted to dubstep. While devotees of the more aggressive electronic music style had been getting their wall-rattling groove at scattered locales, Get Low, with... More »
Hipsters love irony. But don't call the Sweat Records and ¿Que Pasa M.I.A.? crews responsible for this Thursday-night fiesta hipsters. That's totally not what they're trying to attract. They're more interested in spicing the event with scrumptiously dirty 305 flavor and enticing those who enjoy an anti-South Beach party. They do very uncool quince-themed nights featuing grilled pan con lechón. And what could be nerdier than dressing grown men in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles... More »
Somewhere between lounge, bar, and club sits The Vagabond, a lovably comfy new hangout in the old I/O space on NE 14th St. This is a place with a mission statement unlike no other in town: Everybody is welcome here as long as they dance and have a good time. Just see the club's official slogan: "You are no one. You are every one." Rock kids can come in scruffy Converse sneakers; house heads can show up to jam without worrying about not having an asymmetrical haircut. That's because there's a... More »
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