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Those are all words that catch my attention, so I decided to have a little chat with some of the artists that their highlighting in this night celebrating young, ambitious musical talent on a week that isn't in early December Basel or late March WMC catch my drift? They also used the word "nu-disco" in the press release and I have no idea what that means, but I like the sound of it. Maybe I can get to the bottom of that before the event on Thursday, April 16th. Events, like the Young Artist Initiative, at places like Bardot, are helping Miami form a musical identity and giving a stage to young talent who deserve to be heard. First up is DJ Will Buck :. Hi there, let's get the basics out of the way. Tell us who you are, what kind of music you make. I've been DJing and making music in Miami since Some of my best friends live there. Miami definitely influenced my style of DJing.
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