THIS WEEKEND: Audio Junkie’s 4th annual anti-Art Basel mixer, “Art Basel Distraction”

I had the distinct honor of speaking to Miami’s Greg and Eddy Alvarez better known as 2/3 of the band Jellyfish Brothers and the founders of Audio Junkie, an online video series that covers local bands. The brothers are responsible for the greatest anti-Art Basel event “Audio Junkie’s 4th Annual Art Basel Distraction!

Check out the interview after the break.

Artists:

Julia Maria Sinelnikova

Walter Wlodarczyk

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Eddy A Alvarez

Chris Dougnac

Malcolm Lauredo

Adrienne Tabet

Monica Uszerowicz

Laura Monique Saver

Music:

Friday December 5th:

Kenny Millions

The Bearings

Archaic Interest

The Gun Hoes

Friend Roulette

Cretin Girls

The Plastic Pinks

Pari∀h

The Ukiah Drag

Ben Kaztman’s DeGreaser

Pocket of Lollipops

The Jellyfish Brothers

Winstons

White Mystery

Sonic Graffiti

Liberal Dads

Videoing

Glockabelle

Saturday December 6th:

 Kenny Millions

Montage

Lovebird

Bleeh

Bishop Sleeve

Adam Matza

Kc Toimil

UV-TV

JUJU PIE

UFO Sex Scene

Treasure Teeth

The Band in Heaven

Secret Society of Secrets

Selectric

Sweet Bronco

FTMF

Bruiser

Landica

Haochi Waves

DJs:

Dashing Gabe & James

DOPEDOLL RADIO

Martin Leonardo Alonso

Piero Rodriguez

Sponsors:

TuffGnarl.com

Purehoney Magazine

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Chuck Livid

Chuck Livid hails from Miami, Florida. He did a zine in the '90s called Muddy Chaos and is best known for his work with independent music label Livid Records. Chuck lives in Boca Raton, Fl with his wife illustrator Helena Garcia and their son Nico. He founded TuffGnarl.com and hosts TuffGnarl.com's official music podcast - Another Music Podcast which is available on iTunes & Google Play

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