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Five Under $10 For the Weekend of April 6 - 8

Friday, April 6

*We just blogged about promising West Palm-area indie band Raggy Monster a couple days ago, and lo and behold, you can catch them tonight at Propaganda with Lavola and Ribbon Dancer. Admission is $5; 18 and up. Click here.

*Straight ahead hardcore act Old Habits, featuring Eulogy Recording's John Wylie, celebrates its CD release tonight at the Speakeasy in Lake Worth. Other bands on the bill include Nemesis, Gunfight, the Howling Winds, the Dead Legs, the Toilets, and Volatile. That's a lot of bands for just a $10 cover, which also gets you a copy of the Old Habits album. Click here.

Saturday, April 7

*For something a little softer than a lot of

Respectable Street's usual fare, head to the West Palm Beach venue

tonight for a performance by Closer to the Ocean, an acoustic-heavy

group from Delray Beach. Admission is $5. Click here.


check in on the Talent Farm in Pembroke Pines because the under-18s

have to have their fun, too... Tonight is billed as an all-ages party

called "No Sex on the Ceiling" -- uh, it's a Simpsons reference. Live

music comes courtesy of Imaim, Ornimental [sic!!], and Critics &

Skeptics. Entry is $5. Click here.

Sunday, April 8


act Vagabond Swing plays, yes, some swing, but in an unmistakably

southern, Creole-ish style mixed up with all kinds of other funky

sounds. Think jazz, bluegrass, and anything that'll make your neck snap

in time. Tonight the group plays the Hurricane Bar & Grill in Delray

Beach. Admission to the show, which starts at 9 p.m., is free -- but if

you want to be extra penny-pinching, show up between 6 and 8 p.m. for

the venue's weekly free cookout. Click here.

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