Miami Horror

Miami Horror



Miami Horror are an Australian indietronica band from Melbourne, Victoria. Miami Horror was initially formed by its producer and DJ, Benjamin Plant who began it as a solo project.[2] In addition to Plant, the band currently consists of Josh Moriarty (guitars/vocals), Daniel Whitechurch (bass, keyboards, and guitars), and Kosta Theodosis(drums). The departure of Aaron Shanahan (co-production, guitar/vocals), was announced on 12 December 2016.

The band released their debut studio album, Illumination, in 2010. "Sometimes", Miami Horror's debut single from Illumination, was included as part of the soundtrack of Grand Theft Auto V. In 2016 Miami Horror's "All It Ever Was" was included in EA sports Fifa 16 soundtrack. The band released an EP titled The Shapes on March 2017.



Leila is a song by musical group Miami Horror, released on March 3, 2017.
Stranger is an album by musical group Miami Horror, released on December 16, 2016.
Illumination is the debut studio album by Australian electronic music band Miami Horror, released on 20 August 2010 by EMI. The album was nominated for Best Dance Release at the ARIA Music Awards of 2011, but lost out to Cut Copy's Zonoscope.
Bravado is the debut extended play by Australian electronic band Miami Horror.

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Miami Horror – ‘All Possible Futures’
  –  May 9, 2017
MIAMI HORROR once again celebrate light and love on their second album ‘All Possible Futures’ as they deliver slick and sunny synthpop anthems.
Miami Horror releases new song "Dark Love" from 'The Shapes' EP
  –  March 25, 2017
Miami Horror have released new song "Dark Love," featuring Danny Pratt and it is a delightful and bubbly post-pop surprise. The track is from their new EP, entitled The Shapes, was recently released and is rippling through the music industry with it's ...
Santa Monica Pier: Twilight Concerts Open
  –  June 19, 2017
As for the lovely, diverse, genres-aplenty line-up? Khalid is the June 22 opener, Warpaint rounds out the sounds on Aug. 17, and LEMAITRE, Marcia Griffiths, Eric Burdon and The Animals, Miami Horror, Valerie June and Irma Thomas, and Mon Laferte play ...
Post-Punk Synth Pop: Night Drive Debut Full Album on The Line of Best Fit
  –  June 15, 2017
Having recently toured with the likes of CHVRCHES, Austra, Yacht, Robert DeLong, and Miami Horror, Night Drive has several dates coming up in Houston, Dallas and Austin.
MainFest Returns to Alhambra With Purity Ring, Ghostland Observatory and More
  –  June 13, 2017
The inaugural fest was headlined by Capital Cities, Miami Horror, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), as well as local favorites Nite-Funk, Dead Sara, Thee Commons and Swimm. See the first batch of this year's artists below.
Buzz Bands LA’s Guide to Free Summer Concerts: 2017
  –  June 8, 2017
Miami Horror and Cleopold at Twilight Concerts at the Santa Monica Pier 27: Sean Watkins & Friends at Sunset Concerts at the Skirball Center 27: Rebel Rebel at the Hammer Museum, with Amber Mark, Maria del Pilar and KCRW DJ Liza Richardson 27: Thee Commons ...
Twilight Concerts returns to the Santa Monica Pier
  –  June 7, 2017
Other buzzy acts will include local indie-pop duo Coast Modern, LeMaitre and Australia’s own Miami Horror. Since a big crowd is expected, early arrival is suggested for each of the concerts. The Twilight Concerts is located at 200 Santa Monica Pier.
An Interview With Miami Horror
  –  May 9, 2017
“You won’t find a love like mine,” Benjamin Plant sings on the energetic dance single “Love Like Mine” from Miami Horror’s second album, All Possible Futures. While its pop love song lyrics might be trite and forgettable, the song itself is ...


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