Sweat Records

RECORD STORE • COFFEE SHOP • EVENT SPACE • EST. 2005, MIAMI

5505 NE 2nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33137
Tel. (786) 693-9309

Press

Over the years Sweat has been featured in a variety of print and online media. Here are some highlights…

Fodor’s Travel: Sweat Records
Zagat: Sweat Records

Forget High Fidelity: How Women Are Reclaiming Record Stores
Mixmag, March 2017

 

36 Hours in Miami and Miami Beach
New York Times, November 2016

Best Of Miami 2016: Best Vinyl Store
Miami New Times, June 2016

The Vice Guide To Miami: Where To Shop
VICE, February 2016

 

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5 Spots to Visit During Art Basel in Miami’s Little Haiti Neighborhood
Vogue, December 2015

Live At Sweat Gives Locals A Chance To Know Miami Musicians
Miami New Times, November 2015

The 21 Best Record Shops in America
Thrillist, September 2015

15 Miami Entrepreneurs Who Risked It All
Innovation Insider, August 2015

Miami Insider: Dayssi Olarte de Kanavos’ Sizzling Hot Spots
InStyle Magazine, July 2015

Eight More Artsy Date Spots in Miami
Miami New Times, July 2015

Miami’s 16 Best Craft Coffee Shops: A Complete Guide
Thrillist, June 2015

Magnet Magazine, March 2015

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Miami’s 38 Essential Shopping Experiences
Racked Miami, Winter 2014 + 2015

Exploring Iggy Pop’s Miami
Men’s Journal, November 2014

You Spin Me: Women in Music Retail
Nylon Magazine, July 2014

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Gonna Make You Sweat: Sweat Records promotes Miami’s independent, local music
Creative Exchange Springboard for the Arts, July 2014

Best of Miami: Best Coffeehouse
Miami New Times, June 2014

Miami Weekend Trips for Hipsters
USA Today, April 2014

Miami’s Five Best Record Stores: #1
Miami New Times, April 2014

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Independent Record Stores Gear Up For Big Day of Sales
WLRN, April 2014

Flashback Miami: Record Stores
Miami Herald, April 2014

A Guide To The Music Scene Of Miami
Paste Magazine, March 2014

Miami’s record stores (particularly Sweat Records) are some of the prime purveyors of musical goodness in Miami, and each one seems to focus on a different niche market. Sweat in Little Haiti has become the hub of new vinyl enthusiasm, vegan coffee culture and local civic activism, all in a space that also hosts live events.

Sweat Records’ Florida Road Trip Playlist
The Guardian, April 2013

Lauren ‘Lolo’ Reskin Talks Music Preservation
Ocean Drive, April 2013

Ultra According to Sweat Records
Daily Candy, March 2013

Art Basel Miami Beach: The Weekend Guide
Vogue Paris
, November 2012

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Miami’s Six Best Comedy Venues
Miami New Times, August 2012

Miami’s Ten Best Live Music Venues
Miami New Times, May 2012

Miami’s Sweat Records: ‘Vinyl is not dead. CDs might be.’
The Guardian, May 2012

Rolling Stone, May 2012

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Exclusive Vinyl Releases Head To Indie Record Stores Radio-Active, Sweat For Record Store Day
Sun Sentinel, April 2012

Lauren Reskin Talks Sweatstock, Deaf Poets, Hott Wheels, And The Broken Shaker
Huffington Post, April 2012

Vinyl Veterans: Miami’s Best Record Stores
Ocean Drive
, March 2012

Best Miami Twitter Accounts
Refinery 29, March 2012

Creative Placemaking in Miami
National Endowment for the Arts, June 2011

Bust Magazine, Dec/Jan 2011

Nylon Magazine, November 2010

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VegNews, July/Aug 2010

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Best of Miami: Best Birthday Party: Sweatstock
Miami New Times, 2010

My City_My Life: Iggy Pop_Miami
CNN, July 2009

Best of Miami: Best Record/CD Store
Miami New Times, 2008

SPIN Magazine, July 2006

Miami’s beating heart for youth culture.

Venus Zine, 2006

Best of Miami: Best Record/CD Store
Miami New Times, 2006

Best of Miami: Best New Music Store
Miami New Times, 2005