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WMC 2010: Aquabooty Presents Beats in Space at Shore Club

​Aquabooty is Miami's longest-standing and most esteemed house music party and since 2000 they've remained a bastion of uncompromising musical quality and unpretentious good vibes running against the prevailing current of commercial nightlife in this city. Having hosted some of the most memorable and intimate WMC house music parties in past years, with support from internationally-renowned DJs like Louie Vega, Jazzanova, Chuck Love, and Miguel Migs, we expected nothing less this year and indeed they will be delivering possibly the finest underground house music lineup for Conference week at Shore Club on Saturday.

Joining up with Beats in Space radio host and DJ Tim Sweeney, the 'Booty will be hosting a stellar all-night groove marathon featuring performances by, among others, legendary British disco/garage DJ Harvey Bassett, San Francisco electronica gurus Dubtribe Soundsystem (reunited after many years for this exclusive performance), German nu-jazz specialists Jazzanova, Scottish deep house sensation The Revenge, and Darshan Jesrani of Metro Area. True house aficionados will know this party is a must and with the artists taking over Shore Club's various sprawling open air spaces and pool areas this is guaranteed to be this year's South Beach hotel WMC event par excellence.

Aquabooty Miami WMC 2010 Beats In Space. Saturday, March 27, 7 p.m.-5 a.m. Sky Bar at the Shore Club, 1901

Collins Ave, Miami Beach. Tickets available from www.wantickets.com.

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