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Crossfade Music Series Strikes Again With O'Grime and Metro Zu

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It is with distinct pleasure that we offer you an evening of entertainment put on by our brother from another mother, Miami New Times' Crossfade blog. The Local does exactly what you think it does and brings out South Florida talent for the reasonable price of free to the friendly confines of The Stage.

On August 25, the furious beats and rhymes of young local talents O'Grime, Metro Zu, and Chalk converge at the aforementioned spot.

To get a quick primer, head first to Chalk's Soundcloud page. All of the experimental, tooth-rattling beats for a noisy night at home -- or a head-nodding drive down I-95.

ST.CHINO by CHALK.

Next, gravitate to Metro Zu's Soundcloud palace. The track "Gold" is tagged as "Cyberpunkfunk," which is remarkably accurate.

Gold (ft HeiLo) by Metro Zu

Finally, just hop to Crossfade to admire the latest video from O'Grime for "Almighty Dolla." It hauls.

O'Grime and Metro Zu as part of Crossfade Presents The Local at The

Stage. 9 p.m. Thursday, August 25. The Stage Miami, 170 NE 38th St., Miami. No cover. Call 305-576-9577 or

visit thestagemiami.com.


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