After a successful installment of the iii Points festival, we gather ourselves to remember the top 5 guests and 5 local acts from this three day multi-sensorial experience.
From February 15th till the 17th the organizers at iii Points put together a very ambitious lineup including a multitude of styles ranging from jazz legend Herbie Hancock, to punk band Pussy Riot, to dance music trio Keinemusik. The mixture of crowds blended together nicely giving us an entertaining weekend that has become one of Miami’s festival gems.
In regards to our selection, we would love to include many more, but then it wouldn’t be a top 10 🙂
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Top 5 Guests Sets
Without a doubt the best 5 hours of the weekend came off the hands of Kenemusik’s &ME, Adam Port and Rampa who showcased their melodic techno flawlessly while incorporating African and Latin beats.
A masterful set by Glasgow’s Auntie Flo kept the crowd dancing with high energy and fun grooves.
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The live show of the Belgium electronic band was a treat taking us on a journey of intense slow beats with folk elements and lots of soul.
Even with some obvious sound issues, Pampa’s label boss DJ Koze still played a superb set progressing from deep vibes and finishing with a festive vibe.
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Laurel delivered a solid selection of tracks with Detroit techno & Chicago house backbones full of bouncy grooves including remixes from Technotronic’s ‘Pump up the Jam’ and Eurythmics’ Sweet Dreams’.
Top 5 Local Sets
Pure class, solid track selection and great vibes from Club Space resident Ms. Mada. A favorite one in the Boiler Room stage!
An inspiring soulful session at The Electric Pickle stage. Puma blended different styles with tons of funky grooves keeping the fun levels on high.
The Castaway boss showcased why he is one of the best in the business, closing the stage with force and delivering a high level set.
Talented producer Ennio Skoto had something to prove giving us a serious selection loaded with deep tracks.
Nii Tei delivered a bouncy set in the Boiler Room stage playing the proper beats and grooves you should expect from this local favorite.
Other mentions: Honey Dijon, Be Svendsen, Danyelino, Atomyard, and Jason Rault.