- Octopus Music, Andhim and Dirtybird will curate events in various Miami clubs.
Promoters Minimax have announced a busy WMC schedule.
Eager to get the party started, they'll kick things off at Treehouse Miami with a Be As One showcase before official WMC festivities begin. Label boss Shlomi Aber headlines the show and he's brought Parisian mainstay D'Julz and fellow Israeli producer Get Abril along for the fun. Tuesday sees the Minimax crew return to Treehouse, fielding a techno-heavy Octopus Recordings lineup with Gaiser and Droid's Drumcell. Cologne duo Andhim are the only artists currently listed on the separate room two lineup—perhaps they'll bring some Get Physical friends along.
Wednesday, Minimax moves to Stream Miami for a 16-hour Incorrect Music takeover. Anthony Attalla tops a bill which also includes SCI + TEC Digital Audio artist Carlo Lio and Spanish vets Chus & Ceballos. Heading into the weekend, tech house pioneer Steve Lawler will preside over a strong roster of German artists with globetrotting jock Cassy and Robert Dietz on deck. Seemingly designating Saturday as a well-earned day of rest, Minimax is back on Sunday for the Dirtybird closing party, which features some of the San Francisco label's leading lights, Claude VonStroke, Justin Martin and J. Phlip, playing in various back-to-back formations.
Tickets to all of Minimax's WMC events are available on RA.