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This Friday: Miami Horror DJ set at Hotline Comic-Con San Diego

July 18th, 2013 by | Dance, Disco, Electro, Electronic Dance Music, Electropop |

comiccon21 400x600 This Friday: Miami Horror DJ set at Hotline Comic Con San DiegoHotline Comic-Con is an event based on the popular indie video-game, “Hotline Miami.” The event will be in the midst of San Diego Comic-Con International, starting at 8:30 at 1401 E St. San Diego, CA, 92101 on Friday, July 19th 2013. Sponsored by Sapporo and Nerd Reactor, guests are invited to enjoy beverages while they indulge in live dance music provided by our special guests. Hotline Comic-Con is ages 21+ with an admission price of $15. Tickets can be purchased at: http://oheyemusing.ticketsocket.com

Originally released in the Fall of 2012 by Dennaton Games for PC, “Hotline Miami” was inspired by the 80s aesthetic movie, “Drive.” “Hotline Miami” is now out for Mac, PS3 and PSVita. The game and its accompanying soundtrack has been highly reviewed within the video game community with praise from non-gamers, as well.

Australians Miami Horror DJs (of the band Miami Horror) will be spinning their dance-pop jams at the event as headliner. Miami Horror is known for their 80′s-influenced dance music and single collaborations with artists such as Kimbra and Alan Palomo of Neon Indian.Watch videos to my two favorite Miami Horror songs below.


Following the Hotline Miami theme, producer Scattle will be opening the event with music from the video game, as he produced five of the singles on the soundtrack, including “Knock Knock” and “Flatline.” Also opening up for Hotline Comic-Con is self-proclaimed “Tropical Ambassador of San Diego,” Colour Vision, a well-known DJ/producer who has previously opened for Miami Horror and acts such as Cut Copy and Ladytron.

Hotline Comic-Con can be followed on Tumblr and RSVP on facebook.

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