An electropop act using a disco-house throwback design, Miami Horror is led by manufacturer Benjamin Place (aka Benjamin Vanguarde) from Melbourne, Australia. Inspired by pop performers from the 1970s and ’80s such as for example Prince, Supertramp, and ABBA, the DJ/manufacturer first produced a name for himself as Miami Horror with some remixes that included Stardust’s “Music Noises Better with You” and Tegan and Sara’s “Strolling using a Ghost,” along with modern acts like the Midnight Juggernauts and Grafton Principal. Meanwhile, he installed using the Melbourne electropop group Gameboy/Gamegirl and created “Sweaty Damp/Dirty Moist,” a one-off solitary that became a left-field strike in the music blogosphere in 2007. A seven-track EP by Gameboy/Gamegirl, Golden Ghetto Sex (2008), premiered in the wake of “Sweaty Damp/Dirty Moist.” As Miami Horror, Vegetable made his industrial debut in 2008 having a five-track EP, Bravado, on Virgin Information. He created a performing work with Josh Moriarty (acoustic guitar, vocals), Aaron Shanahan (acoustic guitar, vocals), and Daniel Whitechurch (bass, keyboards, acoustic guitar), played event dates, and opened up for Lily Allen, Phoenix, and Friendly Fires across 2009-2010. An recording, Illumination, premiered on EMI this year 2010 with Kimbra a visitor vocalist for the monitor “I Turn to You.” Like a quartet, Miami Horror documented a second recording, All Feasible Futures, and released it through Haven Seems and Dine Only in 2015.