Afrobeta & Stokeswood
10:00pm - 21+
The Stage (map)
Miami, FL, USA
Ladies No Cover
Drink Specials All Night!
Miami’s avant-dance duo Afrobeta have been tearing up dancefloors in their hometown since 2006 with Miami New Times even naming them Best Band in 2010. After the success of their 2010 debut EP, Do You Party?, the band released their debut album "Under The Streets."
Cuci Amador and Smurphio formed Afrobeta in 2006 as a means to attain an ultimate form of artistic self-expression. Their mutual love of classic songwriting, Cuban pastries and dancing till 5am inspired them to make music together.
Afrobeta’s unique (and diverse) sound transcends genre classifications. Cuci’s rapid-fire delivery, combined with Smurphio’s funky synths and head bopping basslines, will keep you moving from start to finish on their 13-track album featuring its first single “Play House” on their 2011 album "Under The Streets."
Atlanta-based, Low-Endie Rock band, Stokeswood, was formed by lead vocalist Adam Patterson and electric guitarist, Mark Godwin. The five-piece also comprises drummer Jon Joiner, keyboardist Michael Roman and bass player/producer Justin Mullinix. Stokeswood's independently released debut album, "Carassia" (2009), is like a sonic excursion between the lines of a poet's story-telling prowess. Stokeswood's sophomore album, “In the Field of the Vibrations” (2011), showcases a vocal-centric aesthetic and an array of synthesizers and guitars that are illuminated by infectious dance beats. The evolution from acoustic to electronic was a natural progression during the recording process. Stokeswood is currently and constantly touring the East Coast.
Stokeswood is an incredibly unique, Atlanta based, Low-Endie Rock band with
infectious energy, unpredictable live performances, and a fierce electronic edge.
They coined the phrase "Low-Endie" rock to describe their layered mixture of pumping synths, powerful vocals, and irresistible dance vibe.
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