Music Festivals

WMC 2010: Fischerspooner, Joachim Garraud, Uffie at Dim Mak Party at Louis March 26

Uffie, of course.
​We've said some not-so-nice things about Dim Mak, but when you have a lineup that features Fischerspooner, Shinichi Osawa, DJ Funk, Joachim Garraud, Pase Rock, Uffie, Autoerotique, Destructo, Rob Roy, SonicC, and more, well you are going to have to barricade the doors of Louis (2325 Collins Ave., Miami Beach) to keep us out.

Lineup is a killer for sure! But what really has us excited is the return of Uffie to Winter Music Conference. Last time the Ed Banger chanteuse was here was around 2006.

We actually spoke to Uffie over the phone a few weeks ago in preparation for our annual WMC guide (coming out March 18!). We don't want to reveal too much, since you'll have to wait until the guide comes out, but we spoke about her upcoming album Sex Dreams & Denim Jeans, why she's been outside of the spotlight for so long, and comparisons to Crossfade nemesis Ke$ha.

Anywho, tickets for the March 26 event are on sale now for $30 via

After the jump, the late-to-the-game video for Uffie's single "Pop the Glock."

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