All photos by Bleeding Palm.
A half-drunk herd of people ran from room to room in an empty house on Saturday night, mostly smiling, rushing to catch one minute performances by thirty bands, creating varying levels of noise.
Matt Preira with his Roofless Records brought us the first Micro-show in Miami last year at the Little River Yacht Club. This year, he doubled the number of bands and managed to get Carlos Rigau to hand over his keys to General Practice and let about 100 of us wander without care around his house.
The show was organized in collaboration with Breathmint, ZRadio, Augurari, and Charest-Weinberg. The madness created by the awkward space, rushing us from room to room, added such a wonderful, kind of community building and challenging element to whole affair.
We offer you some photos of the show taken by the brilliant Bleeding Palm. At the end, there’s Micro-show rules and who was supposed to play.