Live from the 305

Here at WLRN, we believe in extending the weekend.

Every. Single. Monday. 

And what better way to do that than with live music? Our music mini-series Live from the 305 is your ticket to jam out during the monotony of Monday afternoons, when you're almost ready go to home. For 30 minutes, South Florida artists perform for you starting at 3:05 p.m. — at your desk, in your studio or on your hammock.

Grab your cafecito and join us every week. 

Watch Live from the 305 season two here.

If you're an artist and would like to apply to perform, you can do so here. If you have any questions or comments about the series, send us a note: Email TalkToUs@wlrnnews.org.

Episode 1: ÊMIA

ÊMIA is an electronic-pop band led by Anh Le. For our series, they’ve rearranged the electronic tracks to fit an acoustic setup.

 

Episode 2: Hunjiya

Alice Kim is Hunjiya, a neo-soul solo act. She and her band are all students at the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami.

 

Episode 3: The Trad 305

The Trad 305 plays traditional jazz, American music popular from 1914 until the rise of swing in the 1930s. It’s part of the Damian J Project, which began in Japan and Canada and took roots in Miami in 2013.

Episode 4: Ryan Rachal

Ryan Rachal is an indie-alternative guitarist and singer-songwriter was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. He was inspired by his grandfather, a country lap steel guitarist, who once played with Elvis Presley.

 

Episode 5: The Remyz

REMYZ MUSIC is a funk, pop and R&B rock band from Miami. 

 

Episode 6: The French Horn Collective

The French Horn Collective plays gypsy jazz, which is similar to hot jazz, swing or French jazz,  led by French musician Vincent Raffard.

Episode 7: Brothers of Others

Brothers of Others is rock/soul R&B trio based in Miami Beach. Their performances range from festivals and clubs, to baseball stadiums like Fenway Park. Their mission: to carry on Miami's rock roots.

Episode 8: Paola Rodriguez

Paola Rodriguez is a Miami-based singer-songwriter from Puerto Rico and a former student at the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music. She performs in Spanish and Spanglish over Latin pop and reggaeton.