Slow Hands and Baby Prince will also play at the Miami Club's fourth birthday this weekend.
Electric Pickle will mark its fourth anniversary this weekend.
Since its opening, Electric Pickle has been one of the more intimate spots in the Miami scene of superclubs. The club, whose bookings generally centre around techno and house, will spend an entire weekend celebrating its birthday with a series of four parties. The first, on January 31st, will feature two prominent Wolf & Lamb arists, Slow Hands along with Baby Prince.
A live performance from British artist and former Test Icicles member Dev Hynes under his Blood Orange alias will top the bill the next evening, along with Wolf + Lamb themselves and Miami's own Krisp. Electric Pickle resident Will Renuart will open both parties. Saturday's format will switch to a daytime party with free BBQ and beer before 5:00 PM, all soundtracked by an extended DJ set from Seth Troxler.