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Best Concerts This Week in Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach County

Tuesday, January 22

Looka Looka Looka at Blind Pig Tuesday
Speakeasy Lounge, 129 N Federal Hwy, Lake Worth. Music starts at 8PM and there is no cover. Call the Speakeasy Lounge at (561) 791-6242 and visit the Blind Pig Tuesday Facebook Page

Full article here: Looka Looka Looka at Blind Pig Tuesday; Promises Acoustic Punk, Cheap Whiskey, and "All the Hell We Can Raise"

Booze, punk, psychobilly, and whatever else your mama's yelled at you about lovin' too much are coming to Lake Worth tonight with Looka Looka Looka. Get ready to get stinky whiskey sweaty wet at Blind Pig Tuesday.  

Friday, January 25

Fusik Record Release Party

9 p.m., at the Funky Biscuit, 303 SE Mizner Blvd, Boca Raton. Tickets cost $10. Visit

We interviewed this psych soul fusion act, so check back tomorrow for the full story. Until then, listen to them jam on


9 p.m., at Club Cinema, 3251 N Federal Highway, Pompano Beach.
 Ages 18 and up. Tickets cost $30 to $75 plus fees via
 Call 954-785-5225, or visit

Full article here: Krewella's Yasmine Yousaf Admits to Being "Extremely" Wet


is an electro-house-dub-party-sex trio born from the windy streets of

Chicago. And before PETA has a freak out, they don't kill puppies, but

damn can they murder some beats.

Comprised of singer-songwriting sisters

Yasmine and Jahan Yousaf, backed by boss-level producer Rain Man (known

to his moms as Kris Trindi), this threesome made a name for themselves

as raucous party ambassadors from the planet bass. But their real-life

dynamic and genre palette is a lot deeper and more complex than fans

might realize.

In a recent interview with New Times, Yasmine

Yosaf said on the subject of genres: "They're such bullshit. They're

boundaries, they're barriers. I think that a lot of people can

appreciate the fact that we just make music that we like. We got

pigeonholed as a dubstep group for a really long time, but to be honest,

I haven't heard us being called a dubstep trio in a few months." That's

because their Play Hard EP, released last summer, had them "Killin It"

all over the country and 2012 charts. Her advice to other DJs? "Do what

feels good and feels right when making music, and you're going to get an

amazing outcome." 

 - Kat Bein

Pointer Sisters
8 p.m., at Hard Rock Live, One Seminole Way, Hollywood. Tickets cost between $39 and $69. Visit

We know you're so excited that the Pointer Sisters are bringing the best of the '80s this Friday right to our neck of the Everglades. Their three big voices will be filling up Hard Rock Live this week, and there'll be plenty of jumping for their love.

With LMS, Eric Biddines, Rel B, Durell, and others. 8 p.m., at Propaganda, 6 South J Street, Lake Worth. Tickets cost $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Visit the Facebook invite.

After Twista -- once known as the fastest rapper of all time -- takes Miami, the Chicago MC is heading up to Propaganda to dominate the ears of hip-hop heads in Lake Worth.

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Liz has her master’s degree in religion from Florida State University. She has since written for publications and outlets such as Miami New Times, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Ocean Drive, the Huffington Post, NBC Miami, Time Out Miami, Insomniac, the Daily Dot, and the Atlantic. Liz spent three years as New Times Broward-Palm Beach’s music editor, was the weekend news editor at Inverse, and is currently the managing editor at Tom Tom Magazine.
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