Masters of Sound – Presented by Aunken Labs & Nativo
Wednesday, Nov 30, 6 PM to Dec 1 at 12 AM
The LAB Miami
400 NW 26th St
Miami, Florida 33127
Masters of Sound, part of Masters of Tomorrow, is a concert experience at a state-of-the-art stage behind The LAB Miami that will immediately follow the Masters of Design conference.Â
Masters of Sound is free and open the public thanks to the support of Aunken Labs and Nativo, with music curated by III Points, Miamiâ€™s leading Music, Art, and Technology Festival.
Artists performing include critically acclaimed Helado Negro and DJ Jacques Renault. Additionally, at the concert, Goldman Global Arts andÂ #fordistasÂ will unveil the latest mural by ELLE, a female graffiti and street artist based in Brooklyn and LA, celebrating the role of women in science and technology.
Masters of Sound Artists
6:00 Pm / Byrdipop, Miami, FL
I’m in a love/hate relationship with music. I’m pro hi-hat control and anti â€œloudnessâ€.
7:30 Pm / True Vine, Miami, FL
True Vine is a Miami-based Christian DJ project inspired by the New Testament. He shares a divine vision of music that pulls from ancient Hebrew influences with an apocalyptic, biblical, and prophetic sound.
9:00 Pm / Helado Negro, Brooklyn, NY
Brooklyn-based producer-singer Roberto Lange has earned a wealth of recent acclaim for Private Energy, his fifth album as Helado Negro, including glowing reviews from Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, NPR and more. He began producing in the 2000s under the alias Epstein, collaborating with fellow electronic visionaries Prefuse 73, Julianna Barwick and Sinkane. Existentially occupying the ether between Ecuadorian and American identity, Lange solidifies his ethnic pride and his experimental legacy on Private Energy, tinkering with South American folk and electro-pop palettes. He’s also gotten ample attention (and sometimes befuddlement) from summer festival-goers thanks to his shaggy, glittering “Tinsel Mammals” dance crew. Designed with the help of his wife, artist Kristi Sword, his on-stage assistants look like Cousin Itt hitting the glitter. â€“ Rolling Stone
10:30 Pm / Jacques Renault, Brooklyn, NY
Jacques is a DJ and producer from the Washington, D.C. area who lives and works in Brooklyn. He runs Let’s Play House, a raving house, disco, and techno party as well as an imprint of the same persuasion, with friend and partner, Nik Mercer. He owns three plants, a rotary mixer, thousands of records, and a similar number of T-shirts. Despite working within the confines of a different genre, Dischord Records is still probably his favorite label.