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WMC Sunday 25 March

88. Sunday School For Degenerates

No algebra, times tables or bible readings at Second Avenue's Pawn Shop Lounge… just a 12-hour Sabbath mocking session of the finest techno, minimal and electro talent kicking off at 5am after Saturday night. Adam Beyer, Dan Berkson and James What (Live), Dollz at Play, Mr C, Magda, Ellen Allien - and that's barely half of it. Time to dip into your last reserves of energy.
www.madeevent.com

89. Base

A natty shopping emporium of all the cool and quirky, Lincoln Road's Base is the perfect one-stop spending spot. Pick up everything from hidden world music gems, natty Ice Cream trainers to a faux-baroque extreme velvet throne. Then curse your intoxicated financial liberality when the credit card bill drops the next month. I want that one...
www.baseworld.com

90. International Record Collectors' Show

In today's accelerated culture, vinyl might be a slowly weakening force but mouse clicking through download pages will never inspire the same hands-on excitement as sifting through 16 dust crates to stumble across a classic vinyl original. Between noon and 6pm on Sunday, the conference centre holds its first annual record collector's show with a variety of genres being sifted, sold and swapped.
www.wmc.com

91. Club Class Presents We Love Sundays Miami

It was only a matter of time before Ibizan Sunday kings We Love… took a chance on Miami. Inviting Maidstone's iconic Club Class along for the ride, their first WMC flutter is a winning hand if ever we saw one with German Gigolo DJ Hell, Serge Santiago's only Miami set and Paolo '1983' Mojo. It's at the Fifth. Entrance is only $15 too. We love… it.
www.future-miami.com

92. Hed Kandi

The iconic Hed Kandi label returns to Miami for their decadent parade of all things slick, sexy and funky. Part of the Opium group's Washington Avenue complex, Mansion couldn't be a better venue for it. Musically speaking, it's twisted disco, funky grooves and female friendly electro all the way with David Dunne, Miss Kelly Marie and Jamie Richards.
www.hedkandi.com

93. Yoshitoshi

The deep drums and groove laden melodics of Deep Dish are made for rooms like Space's disco ball sparkling main room. Which is presumably why they've chosen it for their annual Yoshitoshi party again. Paolo Mojo joins the main room while Karaoke king and occasional DJ Nic Fancuilli plays the legendary terrace.
www.clubspace.com

94. Russian & Turkish Baths

Crushing four-day hangover taking its toll? Head feel like an army of hammer wielding midgets have taken up permanent residence inside? Then retreat from the relentless hedonism and sooth your chemical concerns in the hot spring sanctuary of the Russian & Turkish Baths. Yoga sessions and massage treatments are also available.
www.russianandturkishbaths.com

95. Café Cardoza

Another Ocean Drive rendezvous favourite, the Cardoza is a perfect lunch spot with burgers to die for. Make sure you check it.

96. Little Mountain Records Presents…

Sander Kleinenberg touches down at Shelbourne Hotel's Shine for his Little Mountain Records party on the Sunday. WMC badges are accepted – hopefully we won't have lost them by this point.
www.wanttickets.com

97. Beatport Pool Party

The daily Beatport Pool Parties at The National Hotel are well worth dipping into and the final one with James Zabiela, Radioslave and Gabriel & Dresden is another killer. Kick off is at 1pm.
www.remixhotel.com

98. Mixology's Party

Presented with Peroni Beer and MTV Europe, Mixology host their seventh glitzy Nikki Beach closer with Seb Fontaine, Dave Ralph and – drum roll please – Russia's No.1 DJ Romeo. It doesn't come cheap at $50 a ticket though.

99. Marlin After-Parties

Debauched, no-holds barred carry-ons, the Marlin Hotel's infamous after-parties are renowned in Miami so make sure you keep an ear to the ground to catch one. With some of the biggest names dropping impromptu eclectic sets, the Marlin always provides some of Miami's most classic and unplanned clubbing memories.
www.marlinhotel.com

100. Continuity

D&b closer at Tantra with Ram Record's Shimon headlining alongside a wealth of Stateside deck talent. Or Earthbound, Clutch, Roman, Cardinal and Toxic if you want us to name names. Give yourself a pat on the back if you made it through the week unscathed.