The French-speaking triad balances their eclectic sample-laden sound with hard-hitting percussion, while highlighting Julie Budet’s sometimes sultry, sometimes soprano voice and verbose lyrical style. The fashion-conscious front woman often dons functional Freddy Mercury-esque bodysuits or aesthetically adventurous dresses stitched from recycled purses while strutting across the stage. The band’s commitment to animated live performances and surreal music videos may be additional reasons the group was invited to perform locally at the Art Loves Music concert series during Basel. This led to a string of tours which stopped at Coachella, Sasquatch and the Fun Fun Fun Festival in Austin. Catch them in support of their third and most ambitious release to-date, Complètement Fou, at Bardot Miami on July 31; 3456 N. Miami Ave; BardotMiami.com.
Billionaire philanthropist, entrepreneur and contemporary art collector Jorge M. Pérez unveiled his highly anticipated experimental arts center, El Espacio 23, with an intimate preview event for local community leaders and South Florida cultural luminaries
Few family-owned businesses can say they’ve been around for 95 years, but Miami’s Farrey’s Lighting and Bath is celebrating this majestic milestone. We take this opportunity to look at the history of this exceptional company that is almost as old as the city itself and take a peek into their future.