Miami Horror!

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Miami Horror continues to evolve. From old-school party jams to modern day pop anthems, the act still has it. Hailing from Melbourne, Australia Miami Horror has evolved into a large electro act including Josh Moriarty, Aaron Shanahan, Daniel Whitechurch and the talented producer and project creator Benjamin Plant. Before the trio tagged along, Plant had already gained a following using the Miami Horror alias to produce a few exceptional remixes, one being Stardust’s Music Sounds Better With You.

As Miami Horror, Plant made his commercial debut in 2008 with a five-track EP, ‘Bravado’, on Virgin Records. The EP features the song “Don’t Be On with Her”, for which a promotional video was released online. Miami Horror has since been signed to EMI Music for distribution in Australia and France.

Check out more Miami Horror here! They are performing all across the United States the next month. If you’re in North America maybe you can make these dates.

The top two featured tracks are from the album Illumination that dropped August 20.2010. Pick it up here! As a little bonus included below are my own personal favourites.

Miami Horror – Holidays

Miami Horror Feat. Kimbra – I Look To You

BONUS!

Miami Horror – Sometimes

PNAU Feat. Ladyhawke – Embrace (Miami Horror & Fred Falke Remix)

Faker – This Heart Attack (Miami Horror Remix)

Miami Horror – Make You Mine

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One thought on “Miami Horror!

    John Hood said:
    Friday, September 17, 2010 at 6:30 PM,

    Miami Horror just wowed Miami! And I got to chat up Ben Plant for BlackBook:

    http://bit.ly/d7rQl5

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