This Weekend in Broward and Palm Beach: Surfer Blood, Depeche Mode and Mad Rockets

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Looking for some live music in Broward and Palm Beach this weekend? Here are a few of the highlights.

Tonight, Surfer Blood is releasing their CD at Propaganda. SB is picking up a whole lot of heat, so this could be the beginning of something huge.

If you're looking check out a different CD release party, check out Every You! At Talent Farm tonight starting at 6:30.

Straight up rock and roll will be on display at South Shores Tavern in Lake Worth with Black Finger hitting the stage at 8 tonight.

Tomorrow, you can either check out Depeche Mode at BankAtlantic Center, Goldcure at Propaganda, or Mad Rockets at Poor House.

Finally, Breakbeater extraordinaire and Florida native DJ Icey is playing Respectable street on Sunday starting at 9.

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