Things To Do

Ten Under $10 For the Weekend of November 13 - 15: Samantha Ronson, YACHT, and More

YACHT plays at Poplife on Saturday.
​Friday, November 13

*Samantha Ronson DJs at the G by Guess Ultimate Remix tour, tonight at the Guess store at Dolphin Mall in Miami. Admission is free. Click here for full details. 

*If you're a fellow geek for archival punk rock, check out Battalion of Saints, a San Diego band from the '80s who were part of the whole early, early "hardcore punk" thing. They play tonight at Churchill's in Miami; cover is $10. Click here for full details. 

*In West Palm, rising local faves Murderous Rampage play a free show with Lazer Beast at Respectable Street. Click here for full details. 

*Broward punk stalwarts the Shakers play two free shows tonight. The first is at 8:30 p.m. at Radio-Active Records in Fort Lauderdale, and the second is at 11 p.m. at Roy's in Margate. Click here for full details. 

*A birthday extravaganza at Fridays at the Vagabond in Miami, for both Sweat co-owner Jason and Friday resident DJ Mike Deuce. Panic Bomber performs, and admission is free before 11 p.m., just $5 after. Click here for full details on Sweat's site. 

Saturday, November 14

*At Sweat Records in Miami, Roofless Records hosts an in-store show featuring Self & Other, Skunk Ape, Stead & His Larson, and Space Voodoo Crystal. The show costs $3Click here for full details and a free MP3 from Space Voodoo Crystal. 

*The awesome lo-fi disco duo YACHT, all the way from NYC, plays Poplife tonight at the Electric Pickle in Miami. They're signed to DFA, and anything on DFA is A-OK in our book. Cover is $10Click here for full details. 

*The really underrated Miami rock and rollers Furious Dudes play at Propaganda in Lake Worth. Also on the bill are Kill Now and Routine Scheme, and cover is just $5Click here for full details. 

*Chicago house heavyweight Jesse Saunders plays Backdoor Bamby at the Vagabond in Miami for just $10Click here to visit the Vagabond's web site.

*As part of Second Saturdays in Wynwood in Miami, the Awarehouse features a live performance by JESP, whose album you can still download for free, for a limited time, over on the Sweat Records web site. Admission is freeClick here for more details on JESP's MySpace page.

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Arielle Castillo
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