Ten Under $10 For the Weekend of September 18 - 20: Stonefox and Astari Nite at PS14, Scott Weiland at Mansion, The Rat Opera at Tobacco Road, and more

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Friday, September 18

*Crossfade favorites Stonefox, from Boca, and Astari Nite, from Miami, play PS14 in Miami tonight. Admission should be well under $10. Click here to visit PS14's web site. 

*The guys of Modernage are Miami's Anglophile indie rock workhorses, always around and always reliable. (Also, always liquored up, but that makes them more entertaining!) The band plays tonight at the Vagabond in Miami. Admission for this weekly party is always free until 11 p.m., $5 after. Click here to visit the Vagabond's web site. 

*Power-poppers Bowling For Soup play a very awkwardly named 7-Eleven/Slurpee-sponsored tour that lands at Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale tonight. It's one of the cheapest shows at the venue in recent years: Admission is just $7.59. Click here for full details. 

*There's always some all-ages madness going on at Solid Sound Studios in Pompano Beach. Tonight (similar to many nights) features a lot of local hardcore-type acts: Forty Winters and Bulletproof Your Limousine are among the most popular. Admission is $10. Click here to visit Solid Sound's MySpace for full details. 

Saturday, September 19

*Did you know that Scott Weiland has a clothing line? No? Do you care? Well, whatever the answer is to those questions, if you need a cheap way to weasel yourself into Mansion in South Beach, tonight is the night. Weiland celebrates the release of his line for English Laundry, and admission to the superclub -- along with cocktails! -- are free from 10 to 11 p.mClick here for full details. 

*Local funk-ish act Fusik is featured in New Times this week, and tonight, they play the anniversary party for Catalyst, a weekly b-boy jam in Miami Springs. Admission is freeClick here to read the full story about Fusik. 

*The Rat Opera is a new project by Rob Elba of the Holy Terrors that is, yes, a rock opera chronicling the life of local noise legend Rat Bastard. The opera will be workshopped tonight at Tobacco Road in Miami, before debuting in full at Churchill's in October. Admission is $5. Click here for full details. 

*Another all-ages metal/hardcore/whatever show at the Dugout, way out in that weird Doral/Medley/Hialeah warehouse area. Bands this time include Behold the Ruins, Faithscar, Zealot, and a bunch more, for $10Click here for full details.

*The Bubble, a warehouse art/music space in Fort Lauderdale, was an ambitious project -- and now it's running low on funds. Tonight support one of the best things to come along in the 954 in a while. A fundraiser show features Dooms de Pop, Sweet Bronco, Fleez, and others, for $10Click here for full details. 

Sunday, September 20

*Sister-sister-brother trio the Iveys hail from Texas and play sweet power-pop with a tinge of country-rock. This is their debut show in South Florida, at Brogues in Lake Worth, and it's free. Click here for full details. 

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