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Seven Under $10 For the Weekend of January 8 to 10

Julius the Mad Thinker spins Saturday at the Vagabond.
Friday, January 8
*Fort Lauderdale's Sweet Bronco plays the Vagabond in Miami tonight. Admission is free before 11 p.m., $5 after. Click here for full details. 

*Former Miami live hip-hop favorites the Square Egg long ago moved to Brooklyn, but for the band's 10th anniversary, they return home for a celebration at Jazid in South Beach. Admission is $10. Click here for full details. 

Saturday, January 9

*One-woman NYC rock show White Widow plays Churchill's in Miami, backed up by some of South Florida's fiercest: Murderous Rampage, Shroud Eater, and Fleez. Cover is $5. Click here for full details. 

*The excellent psychedelic garage rockers Lil Daggers play Poplife at Electric Pickle in Miami. Cover is free before midnight, $10 after. Click here for full details.

*The Shakers are forever proud of being the premier Margate punk rockers. Tonight they play Respectable Street in West Palm Beach, with o Class Action and Irish Carbomb. Admission is freeClick here for details. 

*House heads will be pleased as usual by Back Door Bamby at the Vagabond in Miami. The DJ this week is Chicago legend Julius the Mad Thinker. Cover is $10Click here for details. 

Sunday, January 10

*Nurse a hangover in the swanky environs of the Biltmore, in Coral Gables, with Tropical Sundays, starting today at 1 p.m. Caribbean sounds come courtesy of Jean-Michel Daudier and admission is freeClick here for full details.

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Arielle Castillo
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