Concerts

HEARTSREVOLUTION, Guns 'n' Bombs at Vagabond March 8

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Choose your own adventure when HEARTSREVOLUTION comes to The Vagabond March 8.
The Scion A/V Tour is coming back to Miami for the millionth time March 8. This time its to celebrate the CD release Pioneer, a Scion A/V mix by French record label Kitsuné. The tour's first stop is Miami at The Vagabond and will feature L.A. DJ duo Guns 'n' Bombs, electro act HEARTSREVOLUTION and Belgian DJ/producer Beni.

HEARTSREVOLUTION will actually be performing live. The New York duo have often been compared to Crystal Castles, but I personally think they tend to be a bit more melodic and easier to digest than Crystal Castles harder, trashier chip-tune sound. If you frequent Miami's downtown nightlife scne, you are probably already familiar with their dancefloor staples like "C.Y.O.A." and "Switchblade," but if not, get ready to definite get an electro workout during their live performance.

We wonder if the HEARTSCHALLENGER will be making an appearance? Guess we'll have to wait and see. Video for "C.Y.O.A." after the jump.




Scion A/V Tour with Guns 'n' Bombs, HEARTSREVOLUTION and Beni Sunday, March 8. The Vagabond, 30 NE 14th Street, Miami. Doors open at 10 p.m.; admission is free with RSVP at www.scion.com/avrelease. Ages 21+ with ID, 305-379-0508.

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