Poplife, Grand Central and Casa Florida are also part of the joint venture, launching this weekend.
This month, record store and nightclub ATV Records (it stands for "addicted to vinyl") will open alongside mezcaleria and restaurant Melinda's on 1306 N Miami Avenue. The new projects come from Miami promoters and clubs Electric Pickle, Poplife, Grand Central and Casa Florida.
The first club night will be this Friday, November 8th, with Fumiya Tanaka. Nights with Varhat and Moodymann will follow.
The record store's vinyl collection will focus on electronic music and dance floor sounds. In the evening, the store will become an intimate club space with a four-point sound system.
Run by Casa Florida's Gaston Gonzalez, Melinda's will move from its former home below the Electric Pickle. Housed in the same address as ATV Records, the bar will focus on mezcal-based drinks.
Electric Pickle was a small nightclub previously located on N Miami Avenue. Earlier this summer, the club shut its doors after "leaving the door open for a possible new location."