Global Juke Joint: Miami Sound Machines


Cruising around Miami for New Years in a rental car with no iPod dock meant much radio time. Thankfully, 93.9 (in spite of random and agonizing bursts of “I Gotta Feeling,” “Dancing Queen,” “Single Ladies,” and “I Will Survive”) took it back to 1980s Dade County, when no ethnic community was a true majority, South Beach was still gritty and vice-ridden, and everybody punched it down 95 South to locally-produced freestyle and bass music*. Here’s some of Miami’s finest (plus a little Crockett and Tubbs action) to carry you from MIA across Biscayne Bay:


*For my true booty music aficionados, check this classic 2 Live Crew performance on The Phil Donahue Show.

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