When human beings turn five, they get a birthday party with a piñata, clown, and cake with the cartoon character du jour on it. When South Florida's favorite free monthly music zine PureHoney turns five, it gets rock 'n' roll — and lots of it.
Yesterday, PureHoney listed the musical lineup of
Headlining is the Stargazer Lilies, a Pennsylvania trifecta who sell themselves as "psych/gaze/heavy/ambient."
Local bands that will be representing include punks Armageddon Man, Fort Lauderdale's hip-hop
If that's not enough music for you — or you're Miami-based and West Palm is too far a trip — there will be a preparty Friday, September 16, at Gramps. Stargazer Lilies will play a set as well Peyote Coyote and Miami psych-rockers Heavy Drag.
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