Ten Under $10 For the Weekend of September 11 - 13: Glass Candy, Termanology, the Killing Floor, and More

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Friday, September 11

*Glamorous new disco duo Glass Candy plays the Vagabond in Miami tonight -- and you can still purchase advance tickets online for $10 from Wantickets. Act fast, though, because that offer runs out at 8 p.m. Click here for full details about the show.

*Boston-area up-and-coming underground MC Termanology plays at PS14 in Miami tonight, with almost every other good local act -- Garcia, Saheed, and LMS among them. Admission is $10. Click here to read a full Q&A with Term.

*The Killing Floor, a dark post-punk kind of band is made up of natives from Fort Lauderdale, New York City, London, and Liverpool, and boasts an attendant international flavor in its sound. Tonight, the group plays at the Bubble in Fort Lauderdale for $5. Click here for full details.

*Alt-folky husband-and-wife duo Calahoney plays Tobacco Road in Miami for $10. Click here to read more about the band, and here to get a free MP3 from them.

*Dreaming in Stereo plays at Kitchen 305 in Sunny Isles Beach, with other great local acts like the Pretty Faces, from Boca. Admission is free. Click here for full details.

*Local duo The State Of continues its tri-county domination with a show tonight at Propaganda in Lake Worth. Propaganda never posts admission information on its web site, but every show is about $5. Click here for more details.   

Saturday, September 12

*Every awesome punk rock graduate of the Churchill's scene plays this Saturday there to celebrate the sort-of-English pub's 30-year anniversary. Admission is just $10. Click here for more details.

*The Killing Floor plays another South Florida show, this time at Propaganda in Lake Worth, for $5. Click here for full details.

*Local bluesman Albert Castiglia plays the Downtowner Saloon in Fort Lauderdale for free. Click here for full details.

*Spred the Dub is dedicated, to, well, dub -- and this Saturday the band continues its residency at the Kahuna Bar & Grill in Deerfield Beach. Admission is free. Click here for full details. 


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