Concerts

Craze and Dave Nada at The Vagabond August 14

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Local turnable deity Craze will be stopping by The Vagabond (30 NE 14th Street, Miami) for its weekly Thursday night Money Shot party on August 14. Freshly off of Kanye West's Glow In The Dark tour (or How I Completely Ripped Off Daft Punk's Live Show and Called It My Own tour), Craze will be joined by Baltimore DJ Dave Nada. The two have join forces Los Borrachos Locos Tour (um, that's The Crazy Drunks Tour for you non-Spanish speakers). The four-date tour also stops by San Francisco, Dallas and Minneapolis (all Village Voice markets -- weird).

But as far as Miami is concerned, Money Shot's resident DJ Induce, Contra (who will be back in town after touring with Santogold) and Mike Deuce will also be there dropping the heavy beats. Cover is $10; doors open at $10.

Read more on Craze in the November 2007 article published the New Times. And in case you need audio/visual proof that you may want to be there, check the videos out of Craze and Dave Nada in action after the jump:

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