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Miami's Five Best Concerts This Week

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All right, so you had one too many Super Bowl shots last night, and now all you're doing is regretting ever rooting for the New England Patriots or Seattle Seahawks in the first place.

Although you can't escape your Monday-morning hangover misery, there's one thing that'll make the next 24 hours a lot more bearable: music.

Just check out the five best concerts going down this week, from the five-day International Noise Conference at Churchill's Pub to J Dilla Weekend with Talib Kweli at the Stage to Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band at the BB&T Center.

See also: New Times' Concert Calendar

International Noise Conference. Tuesday to Saturday, February 3 to 7, 9 p.m. Churchill's Pub, 5501 NE Second Ave., Miami; 305-757-1807; churchillspub.com. Free. Party like an animal and make your eardrums explode with Rat Bastard, the Jellyfish Brothers, Nunhex, and all the diehard noisemakers at this year's INC.

See also: International Noise Conference 2015's 182-Act Lineup

Reel Big Fish and Less Than Jake. Wednesday, February 4, 7 p.m. Revolution Live, 100 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale; 954-449-1025; jointherevolution.net. Tickets cost $23.50 plus fees via ticketmaster.com. Bring a little ska sunshine into your life with Reel Big Fish and Less Than Jake at Revolution.

See also: Reel Big Fish: "We're a Little Ray of Sunshine on People's Lives"

Talib Kweli and Black Milk. As part of J Dilla Weekend 2015. Friday, February 6, 10 p.m. The Stage, 170 NE 38th St., Miami; 305-576-9577; thestagemiami.com. Tickets cost $26.87 via squadup.com. Ages 18 and up. Celebrate the life of legendary hip-hop producer J Dilla with Brooklyn's Talib Kweli and underground lyrical master Black Milk at the Stage.

See also: J Dilla Weekend 2015's Miami Schedule

Soulection BBQ. With Joey Bada$$, Mobb Deep, Starro, Camp Lo, Esta, Chuck Strangers, Nuri, Telescope Thieves, Sire, No Exit, Manuvers, Kent Jones, ILLA, Punch, Sean Bang, and YNot. As part of J Dilla Weekend 2015. Saturday, February 7, 2 to 10 p.m. LMNT, 59 NW 36th St., Miami; 305-572-9550; lmntartsmiami.com. Tickets cost $16.13 via squadup.com. Ages 18 and up. Barbecue and beats from Joey Bada$$, Mobb Deep, and all the bangers at the Soulection BBQ -- that's all you really need for a kick-ass throwdown.

Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band. Ride Out Tour. Saturday, February 7, 8 p.m. BB&T Center, 1 Panther Pkwy., Sunrise; 954-835-8000; thebbtcenter.com. Tickets cost $65 to $95 plus fees via ticketmaster.com. Bring on that "Old Time Rock 'N' Roll" with Bob Seger and his Silver Bullet Band at the BB&T.

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