You may really feel removed from bitter transferring your hips to the high-energy, seductive beats of a Bitter Babe set. Behind every combine comes a sonic journey channeled by way of her Colombian-born roots. The DJ, who additionally goes by Laura Solarte, conjures up the experimental home and deep rave rhythms closely impressed by the UK and Latin diasporas. The story-building method can also be heard in her newest EP, Clubrom 004, in collaboration with producer Nick León. 7:15 to eight:30 p.m. Saturday, October 22, at S3quenc3.
Haute Pressure is as worldly as its founders, guitarist Alexandre Merbouti and bassist Monica McGivern, who develop sounds from cumbia, funk, and feminist storage rock origins. For an underground psychedelic surf-noir band, it is one of the vital notable teams in Miami’s rock scene. And you’ll rely on a brand new efficiency each time. The duo’s energy lies in a pure willingness to create a novel expertise contingent upon the group’s vibes. For this present, the pair takes the stage because the solar units, a becoming time for a soulful and literal heat embrace. 6:30 to 7 p.m. Saturday, October 22, at Imaginative and prescient.
Home of Pris
Digital artist Home of Pris (AKA Priscilla Cavalcante) grew up in Brazil when the first supply of jamming to bop music within the early ’90s was at an underground baile funk occasion. Youngsters of their hometown might hardly ever afford to search out this style anyplace else, the 43 yr previous tells New Occasions. Now, Pris makes use of their platform to amplify fashionable and avant-garde beats and enhance the accessibility of Brazilian funk. They’re at the moment on a fast-tempo ’90s kick, however their fashion is ever-evolving. 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday, October 21, at Door IV.
MJ Nebreda would not wish to be recognized for one factor. Raised in Venezuela, the artist has produced a variety of Latin digital initiatives influenced by dembow, bolero, home, and techno — all of which come alive in her upcoming EP, Amor en Los Tiempos de Odio. She plans to carry out the unreleased tracks at III Factors for a heartwarming set the place city pop meets traditional reggaeton. 2 to 2:30 a.m. Saturday, October 22, at Imaginative and prescient.
Winter Fallacious (AKA Summer time Wright) is right here for the femmes and queers. The stage identify Winter Fallacious derives from a bully within the seventh grade. Little did they know she would use it to launch her uplifting, bass-heavy artistry. Very like Winter’s personal expression, her cheery pop-electro mixes foster euphoric and mysterious tones, coinciding with trustworthy and poignant power. Regardless of your temper, Winter’s emotional fusion encourages a myriad of vibes for each the foolish and misunderstood. 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. Friday, October 22, at Door IV.
III Factors 2022. 3 p.m. to 4 a.m. Friday, October 21, and Saturday, October 22, at Mana Wynwood, 318 NW twenty third St., Miami; iiipoints.com. Tickets price $119 to $499 through iiipoints.frontgatetickets.com.