A drive to Coral Gables isn't typically on your list of things to do on a Thursday night, but when Miami New Times is throwing their annual art and music extravaganza at the Coral Gables Museum, you get in your car, and you drive.
Besides the crazy, costumed and limber antics of Cirque X, Latin rhythms by Palo!, sounds of the Larry Joe Miller Band, and breakdancing by the Ground Zero Crew, we will be enjoying a more conceptual approach to sound thanks to Roofless Records.
Matt Preira, a New Times writer and the main dude of Roofless, is presenting Radio Test #2. He defines this as '"kind of like noise theater." His label and production company, for lack of a better term, deals a lot with experimental musicians who ride the line between performance artist and noise musicians.