Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Halloween with Afrobeta...

Look for our name waaaay down there next to Jose El Rey's as a special performance...
See it? No, further down.
Ok! There it is!
I guess if it's supposed to look like a movie poster, Jose and Afrobeta are the extras.
Regardless we are putting on our costumes and learning the lines to our special cover for the evening...
It promises to be a super fun! event to complement the other cool stuff that is happening on Halloween in Miami....
If I had a driver, this is how I would plan it...
Check out Neckface's opening/Haunted House at the O.H.W.O.W. gallery early.
Then go to the Awarehouse for Jose, Afrobeta and some of Son of Sound and DRRTYHAZE.
Late night, check out Busy P at Electric Pickle.
5:22 am, come home.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Disco Diggin!

So, I'm ramping us up for the Disco-themed Halloween party! Doing some diggin' for THE COVER.
Finding some fun stuff!

Honeymoon in Puerto Rico!

Erotic Drum Band- Love Disco Style

These people are sooo fun to watch!
They win!
Tom Browne - Funkin' for Jamaica

Sunday, October 25, 2009


So I don't know what everyone else is doing this weekend but we are playin a big ol' partay for Halloween!
And! We are also in pre-production for our debut album anddd a new video!

So if you come to the Halloween party, there is a chance you could appear in the new Afrobeta video!

Soooo! See you there! The party has a disco theme, free drinks, special appearance by Jose El Rey...What more can you ask for!
We are working on the disco cover for that night now!


Monday, October 12, 2009

Fun with records!

cArNaVaL mIaMi!!!

So I find out people actually fly down, or drive down to Miami for this once a year event. Yesterday was the 25th Annual Carnival Miami. I saw a license plate on a car driving down Biscayne from Arkansas! I just went to have some cafe con leche with Tony at the Latin Cafe on 25th and Biscayne and realized the booming music that I was hearing when I was still in bed must have been coming from this!

The festival was held at Bicentennial Park in downtown but NE 2nd Ave was shut down and the parade came as far as 24th. Maybe they went as far as Little Haiti? This is, after all the Caribbean Mardi Gras!
Here's some of what we saw...