Friday, July 31
*Miami space-electro-rockers the Waterford Landing come out of hiding for a rare live performance tonight at the Vagabond. Admission is free before midnight, $5 after. Click here to visit the Vagabond's web site.
*Jazz bassist Diogo Brown leads his combo in a free performance tonight at the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami. Admission is free. Click here for full details.
*Fetishy Florida breaks staples Jackal & Hyde play tonight at Respectable Street in West Palm for just $10. Click here for full details.
Saturday, August 1
*Western Pennsylvania psychedelic weirdos Black Moth Super Rainbow play Poplife, at White Room in Miami, for just $10. It's also the last Poplife party for the summer, and the last one ever at White Room. Click here for full details.
*Stonefox plays its second release party of the weekend in support of its new album, Back on the Wire. Their friends Dead Rabbits, from Atlanta, open, and they are amazing as well. The show is at the Poorhouse in Fort Lauderdale, and admission is free. Click here to read a review of the two bands' Thursday-night show at Propaganda, and click here for Stonefox's MySpace to get time details.
*If you play a lot of Rock Band 2, or are an obsessive follower of the latest pop-punk, then you probably know Decaydance Records band the Cab. These guys play an early (6 p.m.) show tonight for just $9.99 at Culture Room. Click here for full details.
*Brooklyn techno producer/DJ duo No Regular Play headlnes the Leisure Pleasure party at the new warehouse venue, the Bunker, in Miami. Admission is just $10 with RSVP to email@example.com. Click here for full details.
*In one of the most charming stretches of Miami Beach, today at the North Beach Bandshell is the AT&T North Beach Tropical Music and Sports Festival. The event goes from 2 to 9 p.m., and the musical headliner today is salsero Frankie Negron. Admission is free. Click here for full details.
Sunday, August 2
*David Hudson, a one-time TK Recordings artist, had a hit with the song "Honey Honey" back in the day. Now, he and Treetop, a guitarist legend from Overtown's heyday, play every Sunday at the weekly fish fry at Shantel Lounge in Miami. There is no cover. Click here for full details.
*Jazz singer Julie Davis and guitarist Kelly Dow play together as Davis and Dow at the French Quarter in Hallandale Beach. There is no cover. Click here for full details.
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