Miami Music Club is a nomadic space for music, sound, and performance focused on curating alternative social atmospheres. The club works in collaboration with musicians, artists, institutions and others in order to foster moods and ideas not available at traditional venues for music and art. MMC is supported by the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
In 2016, MMC was the inaugural partner of the ICA Residents program. In 2015, Miami Music Club was donated a storefront space by the Miami Design District for five months. 91 NE 40 Street was used as a performance space for 13 events and functioned as an art gallery, with works by Kathryn Marks, Domingo Castillo, and others. It also contained a selection of underground records and tapes, literature and artist books.
Miami Music Club was named a “Mastermind” and voted “Best Underground Club” by the Miami New Times.
“‘Noise Music’ is not something usually associated with Miami,” WLRN interview/preview of Drew McDowall at the ICA, 2016
“ICA Residents: Miami Music Club Featuring Drew McDowall,” World Red Eye, 2016
“Miami Music Club Featuring Drew McDowall Takes Over ICA Miami’s Rooftop,” Miami New Times, 2016
“ICA, Miami Music Club plans mash-up with dance music artists,” The Miami Herald, 2016. (print, Sunday July 10)
“The Institute of Contemporary Art and Miami Music Club Launch New Rooftop Concert Series,” Miami New Times, 2016
“Treasure Teeth Provide a Live Soundtrack to Metropolis at Coral Gables Art Cinema,” Miami New Times, 2016
“Best Underground Club” Miami New Times, 2015
“Meet the 73 Finalists in the South Florida Knight Arts Challenge,” John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Blog, 2015
“The Ghost of Dirty Art Performance,” NBC Miami, 2015
“Site-Specific in Retrospect,” Miami Design District Blog, 2015
“Miami Music Club Opens: Experimental Electronic Music, Lit, and Art,” Miami New Times, 2015
“Miami Music Club Opening in Design District,” Miami New Times, 2015
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