Blood Fusion Plays Tonight at Tom's In Miami Springs

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Blood Fusion are at core a couple of brothers who make music together, but they have a crew of on and off affiliates. They are also members of the YouTube-famous Smokenprofits crew, who recently got an account banned again. Blood Fusion often provide the soundtracks for video projects.

Tonight they play with a full band at Tom's NFL in Miami Springs at 5001 NW 36 St. According to their Myspace they'll be doing originals as well as covers from the likes of the Chili Peppers, Sublime, Bob Marley and more. There will be drink specials and a celebration for Alex's birthday, whoever the fuck that is.

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