Music Festivals

WMC 2010: Little Boots, Dangerous Muse, Alexander Technique Part of Coco De Ville's Lineup

Photo by Michael Elton
Dangerous Muse hopefully bringing more than just their looks to Coco De Ville.
​Barely a month old and Coco De Ville (2377 Collins Ave., Miami Beach) at the Gansevoort South Hotel already has a pretty hot Winter Music Conference lineup. The Miami-outpost of the LA lounge has booked marquee names like Little Boots, DJ Shuttle (AKA Nate Donmoyer of Passion Pit), Larry Tee, Alexandra Richards, Alexander Technique, Dangerous Muse, and more.

This being Coco and all, there isn't a cover charge, but don't expect to waltz right in -- you first have get approval from the stiff door policy. Easier said than done.

Full lineup for the entire week at hotel lounge after the jump, plus a bonus video of Dangerous Muse's latest single "I Want It All."

Tuesday, March 23
Favela Chic WMC Edition
DJ Vice
DJ Ross One

Doors 11 p.m.

Wednesday, March 24
Girls, Girls, Girls
Alexandra Richards
Mia Moretti
Brooklyn Dawn
Chelsea Leyland
Hosted by Afrobots

Doors 11 p.m.

Thursday, March 25
Dance or Die
Larry Tee
Automatic Panic
Alexander Technique
Dangerous Muse
Lauren Flax
Matt Devine & Greg (Kill Hannah)

Live Performances by
Erika Jayne
The Fire and Reason

Doors 10 p.m.

Friday, March 26
Party Crash
DJ Ruckus
Cory Enemy
DJ Shuttle (Passion Pit)

Doors 11 p.m.

Saturday, March 27
DJ Stretch Armstrong Presents
Dirty Nasty
The White Album Release Party
Special Guests
Devin Lucian
Jesse Marco

Doors 11 p.m.

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