They've got perhaps the best DJ-collective name of all time. That alone is reason enough to pay these guys some attention. And when you think about it, if you're an audiophile, what else turns you on more than good music? Based in England, Johan Karlberg and Etienne Tron have been gallivanting as Radioclit for the past four years, specializing in a blend of tropical ghetto pop and hipster funk. After trying to start a pirate radio show in London but eventually giving up because they didn't know what the hell they were doing, Radioclit initially became popular via releasing mixtapes and playing some of the most raucous parties in the U.K. They've since made inroads with shit-hot artists like Diplo, M.I.A., and Bob Sinclar, and their biweekly party, Secousse, in Nottingham, has turned into ground zero for what's hot in the underground music scene. They'll be here this week tearing up Miami at the Vagabond, and if you want to hear some obscure Afrohouse and global crunk tunes while knocking back drinks, this is the place to be.

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