Friday, July 10
*King Kong Bass is a new party devoted to all forms of, well, bass, starting tonight at PS14 in Miami. Juan BassHead, Wreck, Peasant with Feathers, Serge Roc, and Keen are among the spinners on the bill. Admission is $5. Click here for full details.
*The, errr, eclectic, multi-genre local troubadour Timb Krueller celebrates his birthday tonight with a free show at the Poorhouse in Fort Lauderdale. The Freakin' Hott and Zombies! ORGANIZE!! also play. Admission is free. Click here for full details.
*This week's New Times featured local act, the dark indie-pop duo The State Of, plays at Dada in Delray Beach. Admission is free. Click here for full details.
*West Palm-based post-punkers Surfer Blood play a rare show in Miami, at the Vagabond. Admission is free until midnight, $5 after. Click here for full details.
*Local hard rock up-and-comers Ghost of Gloria play tonight at Cheers Food and Spirits in Oakland Park. Admission is free. Click here for full details.
*Miami underground venue Goo hosts a group art show called Honey; there should be music too. Cover there is always under $10, and events are always all ages. Click here for full details.
Saturday, July 11
*Athens, Georgia-based singer/songwriter Don Chambers plays at Propaganda in Lake Worth. Viva Le Vox and Pete Stein also play. No word on exact cover, but shows at Propaganda are always under $10. Click here for more details.
*The State Of heads back to Miami tonight for a show at the Awarehouse. Admission is free to this very cool multi-purpose, multimedia venue on Wynwood's outskirts. Click here for full details.
*The heavy-music hometown heroes of Torche headline Churchill's in Miami, with the sludgily like-minded, long-running Athens, Georgia band Harvey Milk. Admission is $10. Click here for full details, and click here for a free Harvey Milk MP3.
*Local rock en espanol favorites Soniko play Transit Lounge in Miami, with live hip-hoppers ArtOfficial. As always, there is no cover. Click here for full details.
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