Thursday evening, June 10th, in Nashville, everyone was headed to Underground. With vaccination rates passing 50% in Tennessee, venues have been allowed to re-open – just in time for summer.

Located on Broadway in Nashville, the Underground is a popular bar that also has a private venue on the roof. There is limited seating available as picnic tables, plenty of room to dance on the faux grass, and an industrial bar to serve you throughout the party.

The event was put together by Blnk Cnvs. Founded in 2017, BLNK CNVS Presents is a South Florida based event and promotion company with a focus on unique experiences, culture and live music.

The talent for the night consisted of Cisco Carter, Jack Vice, and, of course, MIJA.

Jack Vice by Stargirl Shoots

Well known for around town as the life of the party, Cisco is always on the go. He is one of the most popular hosts in Nashville, a loved DJ, model, and more. He is definitely a staple in the community, and his set definitely got everyone ready for the night to get going.

Up next, to keep the crowd pumped, was Jack Vice. Making his way down south from Buffalo, he is no stranger to the southern EDM scene – as in recent years, he has seemed to have performed any and everywhere throughout Tennessee. He delivered a fantastic house set, that still delivered variety to keep from watering down the room. While he definitely was doing his thing, it was clear he kept in mind what MIJA’s fans would also be looking for that night. His debut single, Used To, comes out July 2nd – which you can pre-save here.

Jack Vice by Stargirl Shoots

To close the night, MIJA joined Jack on stage for a transitional B2B. Entering her mix, there was a taste of an ode to Skrillex featuring a sample of Purple Lamborghini, which should come to no surprise to any MIJA fan.

Currently signed to OWSLA, my first exposure to MIJA was actually during her sunrise set at Bonnaroo in 2014. It was really exciting to see one of her headlining shows.

Touring to promote her recent release Give Em What They Want, I was a bit surprised (in a good way) to hear her drop it early in the mix. From there, the bass was blended with heavy tech house elements to give a perfect soundtrack to elevate the vibe of the rooftop party.

MIJA by Stargirl Shoots

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