The musician B Facade and the groups Conjunto Corona and Ena Pá 2000 come together in February at the Micro Clima Festival, organized by SMUP – Sociedade Musical União Paredense, in Cascais.
The second edition of the festival, announced today, will take place on 15 and 16 February at the headquarters of SMUP, and aims to “give voice to embryonic projects and others who already have a solid path” in Portuguese music.
Of the poster are some recent names that have released first albums this summer: Kings of the Republic, with “Fábulas”, edited by the collective Cuca Monga, and Beatriz Diniz, who signs like April Marmara, in the debut record in “New Home”. To them, they join the punk rock of The FAQ’s and the funk of The Compotes.
The festival is completed with B Fachada, which re-recorded and re-edited this year’s EP “Viola Braguesa” (2008), with Ena Pá 2000 by Manuel João Vieir, and Conjunto Corona, who has just released the album “Santa Rita Lifestyle “.
On each night, after the concerts, there will be two ‘djing’ sessions with Candy Diaz, Robe Man and Manaiger.
Micro Clima – Music and Performance Festival of Parede, curated by volunteers, collaborators and friends of SMUP, also intends to “revitalize the whole nucleus and context where it is inserted”.
SMUP was founded on March 4, 1899, by a group of residents of the village of Parede and recently renovated, maintaining a philharmonic band – equally centennial -, an amateur theatre group and a surfing nucleus.