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Art Basel Music: Radio Slave and Argy Play Grass Lounge Tonight

​As if SAFE hadn't won over enough hearts this weekend by serving up the Ghostly International 10 Year Anniversary Party at White Room on Saturday night, they have a veritable techno extravaganza in store for Miami tonight at Grass Lounge in the Design District, featuring Radio Slave and Argy, along with locals Andres Amadeus and Lazaro Casanova.

Radio Slave is the current incarnation of DJ/producer Matt Edwards, also known for his work as Matthew E, Rekid, Quiet Village, Sea Devils, and for his Rekids imprint which has released the works of Audiofly, Toby Tobias, Spencer Parker, and Luke Solomun, among others. A British transplant based out of Berlin, Edwards is one of international techno's most prolific producers and a late-night soundsystem specialist with a penchant for long hypnotic minimal grooves best appreciated in a dark club.

Young Greek-born DJ/producer Argy Theofilis has garnered increasing recognition in the late 2000s as an innovative and versatile producer with output on top labels such as Pokerflat and Defected. Argy is known for his eclectic and imaginative DJ sets that seamlessly blend everything from Detroit techno and minimal to classic disco tracks. Radio Slave and Argy are joined tonight by local DJ mainstays Andres Amadeus and Lazaro Casanova for what is sure to be one of the musical highlights of Art Basel weekend.

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Safe in the District with Radio Slave and Argy. Friday, December 4, 11 p.m.-5 a.m. Grass Lounge. 28 NE 40th St, Miami.

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