Over the Weekend: Justice, Buzz Bake Sale, Mala Rodriguez and Golden Filter

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Somehow, someway we survived Art Basel week. We are exhausted to say the least, so no witty comments. Here is what you missed over the weekend:

Justice at Mansion

Electrohouse icons Justice made a long overdue Magic City appearance Friday night at Mansion. Their banger-filled set brought the house down and keep everyone dancing. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Gang Gang Dance at Max Fish

PS14 was resurrected from the dead Art Basel week was New York City bar Max Fish. Friday night, Gang Gang Dance took the stage. Click here to review our review.

Buzz Bake Sale at Cruzan Amphitheatre

30 Seconds to Mars, Matisyahu, Metric, Chevelle and more performed at Buzz 103.1's annual Buzz Bake Sale. Click here to view the full slideshow.

The Blow at Ice Palace Studios

Channeling Lindsay Lohan, the Blow performed at Pulse Art Fair. Click here to read our review.

Chairlift at Fountain Art Fair

Count 'em -- three. That's how many times Chairlift has performed in Miami this year. In what we hope is their final performance in 2009, the Brooklyn band performed at Fountain Art Fair Saturday. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Art is for Everyone at Awarehouse

Spanish MC Mala Rodriguez and Mexican alt-rockers Kinky performed at the Converse-sponsored event Art is for Everyone Saturday night. Click here to view the full slideshow.

Golden Filter at Electric Pickle

No genre has gained more popularity this year than nu-disco. And if quality acts like the Golden Filter continue to produce great music, it might actually stick around for a while. The duo made its Miami debut Saturday at Poplife. Click here to view the full slideshow.

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