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Dancing Astronaut’s soundtrack to No Sugar Added 2014

Dancing Astronaut's soundtrack to No Sugar Added 2014

Another Miami Music Week has come and gone. While festival goers flocked downtown for three days of Ultra, much of the city’s full-throttle party crowd stayed tight to South Beach and found a haven to get down, drink up, and dance through the day and night at Nikki Beach for No Sugar Added. Squeezing a festival atmosphere into a club and man made beach setting, this year’s No Sugar Added had a world of music and memories jam packed into one weekend.

Photo Credit: Steve Garfinkel Photography

10. Quintino - Go Hard (Original Mix)

Quintino had no problem antagonizing the crowd with his upcoming track “Go Hard,” but he’d need a CO2 blaster to help them recover from it.

9. Zedd - Stay The Night (Henry Fong Remix)

No one was going anywhere once Henry Fong took the decks, so the drop of his “Stay The Night” remix was a bonus.

8. MORTEN - Perfect Dive (Original Mix)

MORTEN flaunted one of his latest productions and proved his newfound aggression with its assault.

7. Tchami - Untrue (Original Mix)

Nikki Beach flipped the switch to deep house from time to time, and no record provoked misbehavior like Tchami’s “Untrue.”

6. Cash Cash - Lightning (Original Mix)

By the time Cash Cash stepped up to man NSA, the late night turned early morning crowd was eager for a storm. “Lightning” did the trick.

5. Swanky Tunes & Vigel - Get Down (Original Mix)

Swanky Tunes dropped their newest track, “Get Down.” Let’s just say some people took it literally.

4. Tommy Trash & Killagraham - The Little Death (Original Mix)

Tommy Trash’s “The Little Death” had people doing things that’d have them feeling the song’s title the next morning.

3. Dyro - Calling Out (Original Mix)

Dyro wasn’t the only one who played his original “Calling Out.” You’d have to wonder if it was tailor made for No Sugar Added’s beach party.

2. Audien - Hindsight (Original Mix)

Audien showed up with his future Anjunabeats release of “Hindsight.” Attendees got busy, bartenders got busier.

1. Will Sparks - Ah Yeah (TJR Edit)

Some of the most indescribable activities went down when Will Sparks blasted “Ah Yeah.” If you remembered a single track from the weekend, it had to be the one.

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