Miami Horror

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Illumination, the 2010 debut album of Australia’s favourite psychedelic-dance pioneers Miami Horror, holds a special place in the hearts of many who cut their early-twenties teeth on electro in Australian clubs. Since then, the four-piece have toured the world multiple times over – including a stint at Coachella festival just last year.

They’ve been living for a while now in Los Angeles, where from a home studio they created 2015’s All Possible Futures, a sophomore album that showcased their move into a more eclectic music identity, a series of heartfelt, post-disco party jams, influenced by their Californian homebase’s musical heritage, and music from the 60s.

With All Possible Futures the boys re-cemented their position as innovators in the electronic music world once again (sans guitarist Aaron, who has left to focus on a solo project) – and are excited to re-unite with their Australian fans and share favourites from Illumination, All Possible Futures, as well as some new material.