Sweatstock 2011 Lineup (phase 1)

By | March 23rd, 2011 | No Comments

Headlined by No Age, Sweatstock 2010 drew about 1,200 people.

Sweat Records just announced its lineup for Sweatstock 2011, an all-day, all-FREE, all-Miami celebration of independent music on Record Store Day (April 16). Unlike last year’s lineup, which boasted L.A.’s No Age as a headliner, the Sweatstock 2011 shelves are stocked with local produce only. No problem here, especially since there’s finally enough Miami talent (once an oxymoron) to keep a crowd awake and rocking for 14 hours straight.

Here’s the lineup for the outside stage, which will get going at 2 p.m.

BEINGS

PANIC BOMBER

DEAF POETS

ARTOFFICIAL

LIL DAGGERS

THE STATE OF

ENTRESOL
CAN’T STOP

WLRN’s Pure Imagination, Casa De Ha-Ha, Coral Morphologic, and food trucks aplenty will also be on site.

Inside Sweat, a steady stream of DJs will man the decks starting at noon. Here’s the lineup at this point.

TOM LAROC

JUAN BASSHEAD
 & MC JUMANJI
CONTRA

DJ IMMORTAL

MIKE DEUCE

DJ HOTTPANTS

INDUCE

CARMEL OPHIR

HAITIAN HILLBILLY

BONNIE BEATS

There will also be music next door at Churchill’s, though only Guy Harvey and the Getback have been confirmed (to me) at this point. Sweat owner Lolo Reskin says this is only “Phase 1″ of the Sweatstock lineup. It’s not a bad start, although I do hope a few more local notables get on the bill. We’ll keep you posted on any updates. Until then, here’s a video montage from last year’s Sweatstock.



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