Domicile, an event venue in Wynwood, hosted an industrial party called Malicia Goth Night this past Memorial Day weekend.
The event was a collaboration between the creators of other gothic underground parties, known as Kultura and Scandal.
Groups of like-minded partygoers with a distinct tastes in music and fashion gathered to dance and connect. They have a variety of perspectives on goth culture but the same distinct taste in music.
“I think being goth is a big part of counterculture and moving the mainstream,” said Michelle Fitzpatrick, a DJ at the event. “It means to embrace different parts of yourself that are hidden and are not supposed to be shown in the limelight.”
Goth culture was a large part of 1980s. Artists like the Cure, Siouxsie and the Banshees, and The Smiths were mentioned as staples in the underground goth scene.
Malicia Goth Nights offer a safe haven for goths. To stay updated on future events, follow @maliciagothnights.