III Points returns for its largest installment to date. The sixth annual event summons the underground music heads, the art admirers, and the night owls for an entirely unique experience. The alternative music and art festival will take place in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District on February 15 – 17, 2019.
III Points Presents Lo-Fi House Artists Through the Weekend!
If you haven’t heard of Mall Grab just yet, it is time to start listening. This Australian native is on the rise with his original take on lofi house music. After the release of ‘Sun Ra’ EP on London’s prominent record label, Church he quickly started to gain attention. His extended mixes gradually build with intensity and will journey you between melodic/ambient grooves to dark and industrial tones. He’s done mixes for Rinse FM, MixMag, and the Boiler Room, to name a few. This tasteful beat-maker will undoubtedly blow you away on Saturday night.
Another artist to keep an eye on that’s gracing the stage Friday night at III Points is DJ Seinfeld. If you want to be whisked away with deep chills and sensational spirits, then this Swedish Producer will do the trick. DJ Seinfeld coined the name after going through a break-up and was watching a lot of the American sitcom. “It was a comfort show” he says, according to Fact Mag. Listeners can find the comfort in his heartwarming beats. However, his live sets will showcase a wide range between lofi house to ambient and techno.
Since sets run until 5 AM, attendees are welcome to take a break and explore the many other options the festival offers. III Points curates a creative space filled with music, visual art, film, vendors, and food. 100,000 square foot Mana Wynwood Convention Center will showcase the visual arts lineup, which will be announced in future weeks.
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III Points was established in 2013 with a foundation to unite a unique and assorted community. It partners with Florida activism network Dream Defenders, who build power by organizing and educating transformational justice. Additionally, the alternative music festival is a platform to expose Miami’s rising local talent while placing them alongside world renowned music acts.