Music Festivals

WMC 2010: Roxy Cottontail, Junior Sanchez, Larry Tee, Princess Superstar at SpiderPussy Party at Klutch March 24

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Look out! It's Princess Superstar.
​Huzzah! The DJ and performance packed Winter Music Conference event we were looking for. And surprise, it's brought to you by semi-defunct hipster party SpiderPussy. It's all taking place at South of Fifth spot Klutch (136 Collins Ave., Miami Beach).

Scheduled to perform live are Maluca, Roxy Cottontail, Team Facelift, and The Fire and Reason. But no conference party would be complete with DJ sets, and there plenty of 'em including Junior Sanchez, Alexander Technique, Arthur Baker, Larry Tee, Lauren Flax, Mark Kamins, Princess Superstar, Kassiano, MK, Luther, DJ Wonder, Hollywood Holt, and more.

Tickets are available for pre-sale via wantickets.com for $15. What's a little confusing is that the ticket for the daytime Raisani Records party will get you info the nighttime SpiderPussy shindig which starts at 10 p.m. We spoke to a Klutch representative over the phone that assured us this was the case. However, we think it's wise for the nightclub to explicitly state that on the ticket purchase page.

Anyway, after the jump a primer with Princess Superstar vs. Mason's "Perfect (Exceeder)."



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