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Over the Weekend: Justin Martin, Infected Mushroom and Gurty

Pro Bowl weekend reminds us that were only a few days away from the mayhem that the Super Bowl will bring. So here is what you missed over the weekend:

Lofty at Buck 15

Photo by Nicole Cussell
​Above Miss Yip, Buck 15 has provided a nightlife sanctuary for locals on South Beach. Its new Lofty Friday night party has DJ Conway providing fun party music to get the weekend started. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Gurty at The Bubble

Photo by Chris Bellus
Artist-turned-tattoo-apprentice-turned-back-to-artist Gurty had his first solo exhibition at art space The Bubble in Fort Lauderdale Friday night. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Justin Martin at Electric Pickle

Photo by Nicole Cussell
​San Francisco DJ/producer Justin Martin returned once again to Miami this time to spin at Electric Pickle Friday night. We guess the Dirtybird label just can't get enough of the Magic City. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Infected Mushroom at Gryphon

Photo by Chris Bellus
Israeli trance duo Infected Mushroom took over the decks at Gryphon at Seminole Hard Rock for a DJ set Saturday night. Click here to view the full slideshow.

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