Sunday, January 25, 2015

Music Mania

Three gigs you won’t be hearing on the radio


Football's dominating our city's headlines this month, from the Dolphins to Beckham.

Flying under the radar are three mint music acts coming from afar to rock our backyard.

ROCK IT OUT: Wooden Indian Burial Ground
If you've got your Movember on, keep it going cuz you’ll need your whiskered hipster cred for this show. Hailing from the Land of Cool Guys, this band is bringing Portland's rock ethos to Miami for a night of rocking indie guitar riffs reminiscent of the 70s that get your head — and beard — banging.
Tue Nov 26 9p-3a. Churchill’s Pub, 5501 NE Second Ave., Downtown (305-757-1807). $5.

Cheer on the home team with EDM duo returning to the 305 for a night of pulsing synth tunes. Known for her high energy performance, hottie Cuci Amador breaks down mad lyrics while the Afro DJ Smurphio lays down the pumping bass and sick melodies. 
Sat Nov 30 9p. The Stage, 170 NE 38th St., Design District (305-576-9577). $10 after 10p.

Since the success of their 2012 debut Fueled by Ramen, Twenty One Pilots has been traveling the country with their ukulele-strumming, synth-tingling, and guitar-crashing pop rock tracks. Head up to Broward as the band hits the stage with Robert Delong and Sirah to check them out yourself.
Wed Nov 20 7p. Revolution Live, 100 SW Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale (954-449-1025). $19 advance, $20 day.

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