Friday, February 3
*The Snooze Theatre has reopened! Celebrate tonight with Weird Wives and Low Level Radiation. Exact cover charge is murky, but it should be well under $10. Click here to read more about the Snooze reopening.
*We loved both the name Severe Disappointments and the band's punk rock 'n' roll when we heard it. It's local icon Chuck Loose's new act, and it plays tonight at Propaganda with Black Seal, Instant Whips, and Symbols. Again, why can't local bands put more detailed cover information on their websites and fliers? Whatever. This should be under $10. Click here to stream some Severe Disappointments tunes.
*Singer/songwriter and County Grind favorite Mike Mineo plays at the Funky Buddha in Boca. Cover is $5. Click here.
*Swampgrass Willy's in Palm Beach Gardens usually has original music for
cheap on most weekend nights! Tonight it comes courtesy of local acts
Makeshift Wings, Scar of the Tropics, and R.O.M.E. Cover is $5. Click here.
*For anyone complaining that there aren't any places to hear hard rock
in South Florida, there are; you're just not looking hard enough. Here's
an example -- Wicked Revolver plays tonight at O'Sheas in downtown West
Palm. No cover! Click here.
Saturday, February 4
unique and visually distinct local character named Timb Krueller
revives one of his many acts -- Krueller -- for a rare show at Laser
Wolf. It's free! Click here.
(and more!) act Izzy and the Catastrophics play a free show at the
Poorhouse in downtown Fort Lauderdale. As a bonus, we've shared a free
MP3 for you in advance of the show. Click here to get the track and full details.
*The local band with the cheekiest name, the Hard Richards, plays at Dada in Delray. Admission is free. Click here.
offers up a night of hardcore courtesy of locals Ether, Harbinger,
SuperMutant, and more. Cover should be well under $10. (Propaganda,
please keep your site updated, pretty please.) Click here.
Sunday, February 5
Poppa E continues his Sunday residency at Tryst in Delray. End the
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weekend with some blues -- appropriate for the impending workweek! No
cover. Click here.