WMC Preview: Remix Hotel Miami After Party Series at the Awarehouse


OrganicArma's ambitious, multipurpose venue, dubbed "the Awarehouse," opened with a packed debut extravaganza a couple Saturdays ago -- check out our photo slideshow of the event.

Building on that party momentum, the folks behind the space are going for a bigger splash during WMC. The Awarehouse will host all of the official afterparties for this year's edition of the Remix Hotel/Beatport pool parties at the National. From Thursday to Sunday, the venue will host a smartly curated series of events showcasing some of the best artists in dance-rock and left-field dance music. Highlights include a Friday-night live set by the Whip, and a BPitch Control party on Saturday.

Of course, as it's their party and they'll play if they want to, OrganicArma will open all the shows. Admission is also free if you show up with your plastic laminate from the Remix Hotel -- which, if you were smart, you got for free by registering on Wantickets a while back (they're all gone now). Otherwise, you can pay at the Awarehouse door. Full daily lineup and admission info after the jump. 

Thursday, March 26
Headliner: Swayzak Live (Uk !k7); Junior Sanchez; Alexander Technique; organicArma Live (Acustronic)

Friday, March 27
Headliner: THE WHIP Live; Tom Morgan (Discoteca); BalErik (Discoteca); organicArma Live (Acustronic)

Saturday, March 28 -- "Happy Birthday BPitch!"
Headliner: Ellen Allien (BPitch); Thomas Muller (BPitch); Sascha Funke (BPitch); organicArma Live (Acustronic)

Sunday, March 29
Heather Holiday (Pumps/mia); VIDA (Pumps/nyc); DJPJ (Nightdrive); Jay Meletiche; organicArma Live (Acustronic)

The Awarehouse is located at 550 NW 29th Ave., Miami (Wynwood). General admission for those without Remix Hotel passes is $20 a night, or $35 a night for tickets including access to the VIP mezzanine lounge and bar. Vist for advance purchase. For more info about the Awarehouse, call 305-576-4004, or visit

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Arielle Castillo
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