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Event Calendar

Nitzer Ebb, Liebknecht – Miami

The Ground

Friday | May 24th 2019
7:00PM (Doors) | 8:00PM (Show) | 18+

Heroes Live Entertainment presents

Nitzer Ebb [Nitzer-Ebb.com] w/Liebknecht (Daniel Myer from Haujobb)

Tickets: http://ticketfly.com/event/1816936
Info: http://HeroesLiveEnt.com/

The Ground at Club Space | 34 NE 11th St | Miami | 305.375.0001

Website: http://nitzer-ebb.com
Facebook: http://facebook.com/NitzerEbbOfficial
Twitter: http://twitter.com/Nitzer_Ebb
Instagram: http://instagram.com/nitzerebbofficial

Britain’s Nitzer Ebb are one of the most influential acts associated with the EBM (electronic body music) scene, as well as alternative dance in general. Since the early ’80s, the group, led by enthusiastic frontman Douglas McCarthy, have produced an aggressive, visceral brand of electronic music influenced by German industrial and new wave groups like Die Krupps and D.A.F. The group remains best known for the classic “Join in the Chant,” a single taken from 1987’s That Total Age that became a staple of dance clubs from Ibiza to Detroit. Subsequent albums such as 1991’s Ebbhead displayed more of an interest in pop songcraft, and found some success on alternative radio. Nitzer Ebb broke up following 1995’s Big Hit, which featured a greater presence of non-electronic instruments, but they reunited over a decade later, as their influence on newer generations of industrial and hard-edged techno artists continued to grow. After Industrial Complex appeared in 2010, Nitzer Ebb went on hiatus again, but they re-formed with all of their founding members in 2018 for a tour and retrospective box set.

Formed in Chelmsford, Essex, in 1982 by vocalist Douglas McCarthy, drummer Bon Harris, and keyboard player David Gooday, the group began experimenting with synthesizers and drum pads, fusing the bandmembers’ affinity for dark goth and punk rock with the emerging technology. A demo cassette titled Basic Pain Procedure appeared in 1983. After several popular shows around London during 1984, PWL producer Phil Harding began working with Nitzer Ebb and recorded their first single, “Isn’t It Funny How Your Body Works,” which appeared on the band’s Power of Voice Communications label in 1985. Three more singles followed during 1985-1986 before Nitzer Ebb signed to Mute in late 1986; the first Mute recordings were the singles “Murderous” and “Let Your Body Learn” in early 1987, just before the release of their debut album, That Total Age. After the single “Join in the Chant” was remixed by producer Flood (Nick Cave, Erasure), it became one of the crucial tracks in the growing alternative/Balearic dance scene, played out alongside Chicago house, Detroit techno, and Northern soul.

After the release of That Total Age, Nitzer Ebb toured Europe with Depeche Mode, and the latter band’s pop sensibilities appeared to inspire them. By the time of their second album, Belief, Gooday had disappeared (to be replaced by Julian Beeston) and Flood had taken over the producer’s role from Harding, nudging Nitzer Ebb closer to the dancefloor and shearing away the militaristic bent of much of their earlier recordings. Singles like “Hearts and Minds,” “Shame,” and “Lightning Man” were loaded with the cold aggression of earlier recordings, working well on dancefloors as well as college radio stations; the 1990 single “Fun to Be Had” even reached number two on the dance charts. The following year’s Ebbhead further consolidated their position with alternative audiences, with at least two well-known singles, “I Give to You” and “Godhead.”

Nitzer Ebb virtually disappeared from active music-making for the next four years, finally reappearing in 1995 with their fifth (and least industrial-sounding) album, Big Hit. The group became inactive, but McCarthy became a regular collaborator with Alan Wilder’s Recoil project, and formed the duo Fixmer/McCarthy with techno producer Terence Fixmer. The compilation Body of Work 1984-1997 appeared in 2006 and was immediately followed by set of new remixes titled Body Rework. After a reunion tour to support the releases proved successful, the group began working on new material. In January of 2010 they released Industrial Complex, their first studio album in 15 years and their first for the Alpha Matrix label. Nitzer Ebb then toured with Die Krupps, issuing the joint EP Join in the Rhythm of Machines in 2011. The following year, Basic Pain Procedure was reissued by Pylon Records.

Box Set [1982-2010] was released in 2018, containing double-LP reissues of Nitzer Ebb’s five albums for Mute, as well as empty slots for their other two full-lengths, which remained in print. Additionally, the band’s original lineup began performing for the first time since 1987.


Website: https://soundcloud.com/dmyer/liebknecht-next-drumapella
Facebook: http://facebook.com/LiebknechtOfficial
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DanielMyer
Instagram: http://instagram.com/liebknecht__

Liebknecht is the musical collaboration of Daniel Myer (Haujobb) & Rinaldo Bite. Liebknecht is techno, dancefloor elements mixed with dark textures, cryptic messages, eclectic experimental sounds and straight forward beats, always on the Edge between old school electro and club culture.

Z (NASH) The Welzeins Timothy Eerie Real People & Vagnauts

Las Rosas






Photos from flyer:
@ztheband 📷 : unknown
@timothyeerie 📷 : Timothy Eerie
@thewelzeins 📷 : unknown
@vagnauts 📷 : @emilytides
@realpeople 📷 : @spinstyle

Where The Oceans Meet Opening Reception

Freedom Tower

This compelling transnational exhibition of modern and contemporary art considers how crossing borders continues to shape our world.

The international group of thirty-eight artists and collectives in the exhibition investigates the ways borders form identities and negotiate imaginary spaces. The artists’ inquiries range across mediums and genres, and attempt to answer urgent questions that concern us all today.

Where the Oceans Meet stems from the pioneering literary, anthropological, and philosophical work of two Caribbean writers, the Cuban painter, scholar, and ethnologist Lydia CABRERA (1899–1991) and the Martinican philosopher, poet, and literary critic Édouard GLISSANT (1928–2011). Embodied by the works of art in the exhibition, their ideas explore how art can think and break through barriers of history, geography, and culture.

Where the Oceans Meet will offer a platform for questioning colonial and modern thought, and placing it into perspective. Its themes resonate in Miami, a city where oceans meet, so often imagined as a crossroads of the Americas and a space of transition par excellence.

The exhibition is curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Asad Raza, Gabriela Rangel, and Rina Carvajal.

Free Parking at MDC Wolfson Parking Garage at 500 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33130

Miami Premiere of Midnight Cowboy Video

777 Mall

Famously known for our, Mr. Entertainment and the Pookiesmackers, rendition of Midnight Cowboy here is the video for our recording on Good Black Medicine Here. Shot on location by Greg and Eddy Alvarez. For this performance band members will be doing solo sets prior to the showing of the video. 5-8pm Free.

Where The Oceans Meet Opening Reception


When:            Saturday, May 25, 2019

                        6:00 PM – 9:00 PM


Where:          Museum of Art and Design at MDC

                        Freedom Tower

                        600 Biscayne Boulevard


This compelling transnational exhibition of modern and contemporary art considers how crossing borders continues to shape our world.

The international group of thirty-eight artists and collectives in the exhibition investigates the ways borders form identities and negotiate imaginary spaces. The artists’ inquiries range across mediums and genres, and attempt to answer urgent questions that concern us all today.

Where the Oceans Meet stems from the pioneering literary, anthropological, and philosophical work of two Caribbean writers, the Cuban painter, scholar, and ethnologist Lydia CABRERA (1899–1991) and the Martinican philosopher, poet, and literary critic Édouard GLISSANT (1928–2011). Embodied by the works of art in the exhibition, their ideas explore how art can think and break through barriers of history, geography, and culture.

Where the Oceans Meet will offer a platform for questioning colonial and modern thought, and placing it into perspective. Its themes resonate in Miami, a city where oceans meet, so often imagined as a crossroads of the Americas and a space of transition par excellence.

The exhibition is curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Asad Raza, Gabriela Rangel, and Rina Carvajal.

Free Parking at MDC Wolfson Parking Garage at 500 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33130


Tickets:         Free

South Florida Registry of Alternative Music and Archive

777 Mall

Join us for a free – all ages show at 777 Mall on May 25th!

PBR will be ending their monthly pub crawl here and providing beer for the night


Music provided by locals:

INSILIO (heavy sludge-noise duo/members of Zeta & Las Nubes)
Sans Pisces (no-wave)
A Fucking Bug (noise pop)
Deux Pooch (shoe-gaze)
Do Not Air

Tigers Milk at WDNA Radio

WDNA Jazz Gallery

Tiger’s Milk presents a fresh new sound in the world of jazz and improvisational music. 

Their mix of original compositions brings forth a versatile and dynamic blend of tightly written arrangements, folk rhythms, minimalism, and electronic manipulation, all rooted in spontaneous improvisation. 

Derek Fairholm, electric piano
Dion Kerr, bass
Arturo Garcia, percussion

Don’t miss this special night of beautiful and experimental music!

WDNA Jazz Gallery – 2921 Coral Way, Miami 33145

$10 General Admission

MOAD MDC Presents: Where the Oceans Meet

MDC Museum of Art and Design

Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College (MOAD MDC) presents Where the Oceans Meet, an exhibition of modern and contemporary art that resonates with the pioneering thought of two Caribbean writers, Lydia Cabrera and Édouard Glissant. The international group of thirty-eight artists and collectives in the exhibition consider notions of shifting and porous borders—geographic, national, cultural, social, racial, ethnic, and linguistic—and how crossing borders has shaped our world. The exhibition is curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Asad Raza, Gabriela Rangel, and Rina Carvajal.

Museum hours vary.

Wednesday 1:00–6:00 PM; Thursday 1:00–8:00 PM; Friday–Sunday 1:00– 6:00 PM

Look! Talk! Create! MOAD MDC Free Family Days


Family Days, held on the last Sunday of every month at the Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College (MOAD MDC), offers free admission and hands-on educational activities to families with children. This monthly event features artist-led workshops, interactive gallery tours and other activities designed for everyone in the family!

Family programs are tailored for children ages 5 to 12 and their families or adult companions. MOAD MDC’s Family Days will enhance your experience of the Museum’s current exhibitions, as well as Miami Dade College’s Special Collections Galleries at the Freedom Tower.

Come and join us for shared learning experiences, exploring ideas and creating together.

No advance registration is required. Please check the museum’s website events page for more detailed information. Family Days workshops take place in MOAD MDC’s Educational Lab. Space is limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

MOAD MDC Presents: The Chaos Opera Panel Discussion


When:            Sunday, May 26, 2019

                        3:00 PM – 4:00 PM


Where:          Museum of Art and Design at MDC

                        Freedom Tower

                        600 Biscayne Boulevard


Artists Daniel Boyd and Andros Zins-Browne join curators Asad Raza and Rina Carvajal to consider ideas that underlie MOAD’s new exhibition Where the Oceans Meet. How have Lydia Cabrera and Édouard Glissant’s writings and methodologies influenced practices in contemporary art and curation? How do notions the two Caribbean writers explored (such as globality, creolization, and cosmology) help us make sense of historic narratives and our contemporary moment? What does it mean to think, live, and act where the oceans meet.


This event inaugurates the Museum of Art and Design at MDC’s new exhibition, Where the Oceans Meet (May 26 to September 29, 2019) curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Asad Raza, Gabriela Rangel, and Rina Carvajal. Where the Oceans Meet is an exhibition of modern and contemporary art that resonates with the pioneering thought of two Caribbean writers, Lydia Cabrera and Édouard Glissant. The international group of thirty-eight artists and collectives in the exhibition considers notions of shifting and porous borders—geographic, national, cultural, social, racial, ethnic, and linguistic—and how crossing borders has shaped our world.


Free Parking at MDC Wolfson Parking Garage at 500 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33130


Tickets:         Free

Teen Divorce/Snacking/Palomino Blond/Two Point Conversion & more

Space Mountain Miami

May 26th, 2019.
Teen Divorce (Jacksonville)
Snacking (St. Petersburg)

With local support from:
Palomino Blond
Two Point Conversion (fka Foxwood)
Handsome Thing
Shred Danson

All ages welcome
$5-10 sliding scale
♥ Respect the space ♥
Parking behind the venue!

Museum of Art and Design at MDC Presents the Reading Series: To Write Miami with Pedro Medina León and Hernán Vera Álvarez (Event in Spanish)

Soya & Pomodoro


Soya e Pomodoro

2502, 120 NE 1st St, Miami, FL 33132


Museum of Art and Design at Miami Dade College will present To Write Miami, a series of readings by Miami authors Pedro Medina León and Hernán Vera Álvarez.  Pedro Medina León is the author of the acclaimed novel Varsovia (Florida Book Award 2017). Hernán Vera Álvarez has been featured in magazines and newspapers in the United States and  Latin America such as El Nuevo Herald, Meansheets, Loft Magazine, El Sentinel, Sea-Latino, TintaFrescaUS, La Nación, and Clarín.

Awesome Mix Vol. 1 ft. Analog, Butterfly Snapple, Birthday Wish!

Bar Nancy

Awesome Mix Vol. 1
Thursday, May 30

Come and enjoy a diverse lineup of Miami’s finest bands as they play in the heart of Little Havana at Bar Nancy!

Live Performances by
Butterfly Snapple
Birthday Wish
With DJ Robot Spunk playing the best of 60’s and 70’s in between sets!

Drink Special! $5 Stella Beer 🍺

STARTS at 9! Bands from 10-1!
2007 SW 8th St, Miami

We Are The Punx 2!

Churchill's Pub


Pre-Sale tickets being sold now (includes FREE fest poster!)

CHURCHILLS PUB – 5501 N.E. 2nd Ave. Miami FL 33137

Friday May 31-Sunday June 2, 2019
Doors at 6:30 PM each day


Tom And Boot Boys (Japan)

The Virus (Philly)

Thulsa Doom (NYC)

Who Killed Spikey Jacket (Who Cares)

Chips Ov Oi (Edmonton, Canada)

No Klasse (Vancouver, Canada)

Dirty Work (Toronto, Canada)

Parasitix (Phillipsburg, New Jersey)

Police Shit (LA)

Moose Knuckle (Boston)

Revolt (Boston)

D-Sagawa (Boston)

Wrekt! (Nashville)

Black Mass (Boston)

Reapermanser (Miami)

Atomic Cretins (Philly)

Soap Charge (Tulsa)

The Grip (Philly)

D-Con (Riverside, California)

Splatter (Miami)

Sewer Slutz (Miami)

Rotten Stiches (Atlanta)

The Horribles (Pasco County)

Short Fuse (SLC)

1983 The Band (West Palm Beach)

Dog Shit (Toilet!)

Que Asko (Miami)

Sponge (Crack rock springs)

The Nightmare (Orlando)

Antifaces (Miami)

Sewerside Bombers (Ft Laudy)

Prolapse (Boston)

Brute (Miami)

Real People (Broward)

Dextro (Miami)

Public Transportation:
For bus schedules in the area please visit www.miamidade.gov/transit
(Cheapest hotels within 1 mile of Churchills Pub)

Shalimar Motel
6200 Biscayne Blvd. Miami FL 33138

Sinbad Motel
6150 Biscayne Blvd. Miami FL 33137

New Yorker Boutique Hotel
6500 Biscayne Blvd. Miami FL 33138
See you in the pit!
Please share this event and don’t forget to invite your friends!


Ghost Drag Presents: Mark Sultan (BBQ)

Churchill's Pub

Ghost Drag Records & Pabst Blue Ribbon Presents:

Mark Sultan/BBQ

Fever Beam
Las Nubes
Borderline (DJ)

June 4th
Churchill’s Pub

A cult figure, underrated gem, and sorcerer, Mark Sultan continues to hammer out releases while touring incessantly, showing no urge to quit.

“It’s weird… Rock’n’Roll started out as my religion, but has turned into a personal responsibility, to do my part in keeping it all alive.”

After a legacy of albums and 45s on some of the most respected labels out there (In The Red, Goner, Crypt, Wick/Daptone, Sub Pop, Fat Possum, Bomp!, Norton, etc…), and an impressive list of projects (The King Khan & BBQ Show, Ding-Dongs, Almighty Defenders, Les Sexareenos, Spaceshits, etc…), his latest album, ‘Let Me Out’ (Dec 2018, Modern Sky/Dirty Water/Burger) is something else. He had to learn a few instruments, and brush up on his production skills, as he painstakingly played and recorded the whole thing at his Sound Imperfection studio, in Berlin.

“Mark Sultan breathes fire into genres that, in most hands, only gather dust”
Dusted Magazine

His unmistakeable vocals, instantly transportative melodies and ideas, use time as a tapestry, mood as color. Bound to be overlooked by the population at large, it somehow seems that’s the way Sultan likes it.

“Listening to this album is like that first time you heard a volume of Pebbles. A masterpiece of the genre. Pure Magic!”
4th Bardo

“(Sultan) doesn’t simply revive old sounds and old excitements, he ingests them and digests them, and regurgitates them as something new and personal.”

“If there’s a Patient Zero in garage rock’s shift from emulating the troglodytic stomp of teenage Stones wannabes in 1965, to embracing the Golden Oldies pop and doo-wop of the years just before Beatlemania, it’s probably Mark ‘BBQ’ Sultan, who releases albums of catchy, clever garage-pop more frequently than most people buy shoes.”
Chicago Reader

“Sultan presents himself as an artist without many contemporaries.”
Pop Matters

This tour sees Mark as the notorious one-man band, ‘BBQ’, which has long been lauded as something very special, and has also allowed him to tour the world from the Americas to Australia, Europe to Micronesia to Russia, and everywhere in between, playing hallowed venues like the Sydney Opera House and Carnegie Hall. His music has made fans out of people like Lou Reed and Jon Spencer, and can be heard as an unaware xerox throught the ‘underground’.

“The best one-man band alive. If you don’t believe me, watch him perform. It is absolutely otherworldly and WILL blow your mind. And that voice…”
London Times

“Like a haunted jukebox, complete with all of the static and anticipation, you can almost smell the filthy ghosts he needs to exorcise upon the stage.”

“(He’s) a criminally underappreciated garage rock cult hero who puts on a one-man live show so sincerely passionate that he makes most primitive rock’n’roll revivalists look like cynical imposters.”
NOW Toronto

And now, some links…

Firstly, Mark has made almost his entire discography available to listen to on his website. Hundreds of songs from many bands and projects over the years:

Here is a link to the last album, ‘Let Me Out’:
And the last ‘single’ (actually a demo) of a song called ‘Higher’, which Mark will be performing on this tour:
TORONTO TV (a performance of ‘I am The End’):
I’ll Be Lovin You:

R-Dent and Sports Reference at Sweat Records

Sweat Records

R-Dent (Jacksonville, FL Yelly/Shreddy/Emo Band?)

Sports Reference (Gainesville, FL Grunge/Pop)

A Fucking Bug (Miami, FL Noise Pop)

Las Nubes “SMVT” Album Release Show

The Bridge

Sweat Records Records presents the release party for the highly-anticipated debut album from Miami fuzz-worshipping trio LAS NUBES!!!

Join us on the eve of the release & be the first to get your copy of “SMVT” on limited edition LP or cassette.

Las Nubes will be playing live along with special guests PESH KAB and A FUCKING BUG!

We’ll also have vegan food, poster screen printing, LN-inspired flash tattoos, cheap drinks, new merch, & other surprises.

7-10PM, all ages welcome, $10 at the door. Bring your abuela, bring your dog – it’s okay, it’s in demand!

Album & flyer art by Mariana Mendoza

@sweatrecordsrecords | @lasnubesmiami

Sleep & Big Business at The Ground

The Ground

Endoxa Booking and Breakeven Booking Present:

Big Business

Tickets on sale Friday, February 22nd at 10 a.m.!

Reel Big Fish & Bowling For Soup With Nerf Herder

Revolution Live

This summer, ska-punk and pop-punk worlds will collide on the just announced Reel Big Fish and Bowling For Soup co-headline tour. Surprisingly, the trek (which kicks off on June 19th), marks the first time the long-running bands have toured together. Joining them is special guest Nerf Herder.

Bowling For Soup’s Jaret Reddick says, “There are those bands with which the fans tell you “you should tour with them’. Often times, you make friends with those bands, and you always say to one another, ‘we GOTTA tour together.’ Well, both those things have been happening for years, and this summer, while on the final cross country Vans Warped Tour, Aaron from Reel Big Fish and I decided we were going to make it happen! And we did! I could NOT be more excited for this summer! Two of the most fun bands on the planet together at last! People will have sore faces from smiling after this one!”

In trademark fashion, Reel Big Fish frontman Aaron Barrett adds, “We’re still doing that tour? I thought I pulled the plug on that terrible idea a long time ago!“

As one of the key mid-90’s ska-punk bands to emerge out of Southern California’s third wave ska scene, along with acts like No Doubt and Sublime, Reel Big Fish’s popularity hasn’t faltered over the years. Distinguished by their hyperkinetic stage shows, sarcastic humor, ironic covers of new wave pop songs, and metallic shards of ska, the group continues to tour the world playing shows to a hardcore fanbase that’s as devoted as ever. The band’s 9th studio LP, ‘Life Sucks…Let’s Dance’ was released in late- 2018 and has garnered some of the best reviews of their lengthy career.

2019 marks the 25th anniversary of Bowling For Soup’s long-celebrated career as a band. Over the years, the Dallas bred fun-loving, pioneers of pop-punk have released 10 studio albums, that generated mainstream success with hit singles like “1985,” “Almost” and “Girl All The Bad Guys Want,” and countless tours performing for millions of fans around the world. Recently, Bowling For Soup released a live album and DVD dubbed ‘Older, Fatter, Still The Greatest Ever – Live From Brixton,’ that perfectly captured the band’s relentless spirit and acclaimed cultural significance in the pop-punk stratosphere.

The Appleseed Cast + Tennis System at Gramps

Gramps Bar

Breakeven Booking presents
Saturday, June 22nd

The Appleseed Cast
Tennis System
+ 1 TBA

176 NW 24th St.
8 PM

Fiddlehead / Fury / Abuse of Power / Diztort / Politics of Jam

Churchill's Pub

Breakeven Booking Presents…
Sunday, June 23rd

Abuse of Power
Politics of Jam

Churchill’s Pub
5501 NE 2nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33137
8 PM / $15 / 18+

New Found Glory With Real Friends, The Early November, & Doll Skin

Revolution Live

Please Note: This show is at Revolution Live Outdoors (the America’s Backyard stage). All tickets are General Admission / standing room only. 

Hailing from Coral Springs, Florida, punk-pop band New Found Glory were formed in mid-1997 by vocalist Jordan Pundik, bassist Ian Grushka, drummer Joe Moreno (replaced by longtime drummer Cyrus Bolooki after the band’s first release), and guitarists Chad Gilbert (previously the vocalist for Shai Hulud) and Steve Klein. Having recently graduated from high school, the bandmates wasted little time amassing a cult following, eventually rising to the upper tier of punk-pop music alongside Good Charlotte, Saves the Day, and other Warped Tour-affiliated bands.

Renowned for their energetic live shows, A New Found Glory toured up and down the East Coast in the late ’90s, selling out the entire pressing of their 1997 debut EP, It’s All About the Girls, along the way. (The EP was released by Fiddler Records, which later reissued Girls with new cover art in 2003.) The full-length debut effort Nothing Gold Can Stay followed in 1999 on Drive-Thru Records, and the album was reissued later that year when A New Found Glory signed a major-label contract with MCA. Another EP, 2000’s From the Screen to Your Stereo, found the boys tackling a number of cover songs; the disc also paved the way for the release of the band’s first gold-selling album, the self-titled New Found Glory, which appeared later that year. The latter album marked the official debut of the band’s new moniker, which dropped the indefinite article A from their original name. A high-profile tour with blink-182, an opening slot on the Warped Tour, and an appearance in the teen flick American Pie 2 helped increase New Found Glory’s exposure, and they stepped back into the studio at the end of 2001 to work on a follow-up record.

The results of those recording sessions were released in the summer of 2002 as Sticks and Stones. Propelled by the hit single “My Friends Over You,” New Found Glory snagged a headlining spot for the 2002 Warped Tour and watched their album climb to gold certification. After the tour and its resulting hype, the band then reentered the studio with a newfound restlessness. The result, issued in May 2004, was Catalyst, which found their sugary punk-pop steeped in new influences ranging from hardcore to thrash to new wave. The concert DVD This Disaster: Live in London appeared later that year, documenting the band’s strength as a live act.

Catalyst peaked at number three on Billboard’s Top 200 and eventually went gold, propelled in part by the success of “All Downhill from Here.” Hooking up with producer Thom Panunzio (Ozzy Osbourne, Tom Petty), New Found Glory released their mature fifth full-length, Coming Home, in September 2006. As before, they immediately hit the road in support of the album, adhering to a lengthy schedule of headlining dates throughout the U.S. and U.K. with the Early November and Cartel in tow. The second edition of From the Screen to Your Stereo arrived in 2007, featuring pop-punk covers of songs like Lisa Loeb’s “Stay” and Simple Minds’ “Don’t You Forget About Me.” The group then joined the roster at Epitaph Records and set to work on a new album, Not Without a Fight, with blink-182’s Mark Hoppus in the producer’s seat. Two years later, New Found Glory went back to working with producer Neal Avron, who had worked with them on Sticks and Stones and Catalyst, for their seventh album, Radiosurgery.

Kill It Live, a live album that also featured a trio of new studio tracks, arrived in 2013. Also in 2013, the band parted ways with guitarist Klein after he was charged with several counts of lewd acts with underage girls. However, rather than replace Klein, the remaining bandmembers decided to continue on as a four-piece with Gilbert handling all the guitar duties. In 2014, the four-member New Found Glory delivered Resurrection, which found them diving into their punk roots with a renewed sense of purpose. The album was re-released in 2015 as Resurrection: Ascension, featuring two new studio tracks and a reworked version of “Vicious” with Paramore’s Hayley Williams. In 2017, New Found Glory celebrated their 20th anniversary with the release of their ninth album, Makes Me Sick, and a tour during which they would play several of their best-loved albums in their entireties. Makes Me Sick featured the singles “Happy Being Miserable” and “Party on Apocalypse.”

New Found Glory’s upcoming EP, From the Screen to your Stereo, will be released in 2019.

The Get Up Kids w/ Great Grandpa at The Ground

The Ground

Great Grandpa

Tuesday, July 16th at The Ground
34 NE 11th St. – Miami, FL
Event tickets at foryourfriends.net

Presented by For Your Friends Booking / Breakeven Booking

Holly Hunt – Praying – Life Pile – Las Nubes

Churchill's Pub

Doll House Presents:

Holly Hunt
Praying (Oakland)
Life Pile (Oakland)
Las Nubes


DJ Rat 7am

50% off wells & drafts for Dolls

$4 Modelo
$5 Del Maguey Vida Mezcal
free pool

1am to close Happy Hour
$3 draft beers
$3 Jameson
$3 Fireball
$3 Deep Eddy
$3 Jack Daniels

Baroness @ the Culture Room

Culture Room

Baroness are ready to color our world once more. Having recently revealed plans for their fifth studio album, Gold & Grey, the band is now trotting out some new music and revealing more of their plans to support the album.

The band recorded the album with producer Dave Fridmann. Gold & Grey is due June 14 and Baizley says of the disc, “The term I kept using was that I wanted to create something that was more kaleidoscopic than our former records. We were trying to say something new with our instruments, with our sound intact, with the spirit of the band intact, but not applying the typical conventions when possible.” You can pre-order the album here.

Meanwhile, Baroness have added onto their current tour schedule, booking a summer U.S. tour leg for the “Gold & Grey” tour.

Umphrey’s McGee

Fillmore Miami Beach

“Summer Tour 2019”
Jamband sensations Umphrey’s McGee brings its unique sound once again to the Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater for its Summer Tour 2019 on Friday, August 16th, 2019 / 7PM. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 22nd / 11AM.
Umphrey’s McGee’s constantly evolving sound channels a wide spectrum of influences while still preserving their distinct voice through crafty songwriting. With a massive repertoire of originals and note-perfect covers, their live shows are like flipping through the presets on your radio dial. Their A.D.D. approach to “progressive improvisation” utilizes a set of Zappa inspired hand signals allowing them to orchestrate their melodic creations on the fly.  The music of Umphrey’s McGee unfolds like an unpredictable conversation between longtime friends. Its six participants—Brendan Bayliss [guitar, vocals], Jake Cinninger[guitar, vocals], Joel Cummins [keyboards, piano, vocals], Andy Farag [percussion], Kris Myers [drums, vocals], and Ryan Stasik [bass]—know just how to communicate with each other on stage and in the studio. A call of progressive guitar wizardry might elicit a response of soft acoustic balladry, or a funk groove could be answered by explosive percussion. At any moment, heavy guitars can give way to heavier blues as the boys uncover the elusive nexus between jaw-dropping instrumental virtuosity and airtight songcraft.
General Admission tickets for Umphrey’s McGee “Summer Tour 2019” Friday, August 16th, 2019 / 7PM are $30.00 in advance and $35.00 day of show.  All tickets are on sale Friday, March 22nd / 11AM at LiveNation.com or charge by phone 800-745-3000 and at the Fillmore Box Office during normal business hours (Mon. – Fri., 11AM – 6PM and during show days).
For more information go to www.fillmoremb.com.

Pedro the Lion and mewithoutyou at Revolution Live

Revolution Live

Capping off a fruitful 12-year long solo career, David Bazan resurrects both the moniker and mindset of his profoundly influential indie rock outfit, Pedro The Lion. The band’s new album and Polyvinyl debut, Phoenix, marks a return to form as the follow up to their 2004 opus, Achilles Heel. Phoenix maps out the emotional intricacies of growing up in Arizona with the songs themselves a darkly hopeful introspection into home and what it means to go back, if you ever can.

Since their formation in 2001, mewithoutYou have become a standard-bearer for their genre. Across six full-length albums and a handful of EPs, the Philadelphia band— alternately labeled experimental punk, post-hardcore, indie rock, etc.—have long put a premium on progression, never anchoring themselves to a single sound and instead gracefully wandering across stylistic lines.


Revolution Live

WED. MAY 15TH / 10PM
WHAT:           It will be a fun time for all as Revolution Live brings another great Block Party to Ft. Lauderdale. Party with all your friends as the street outside Revolution Live and America’s Backyard come alive with great entertainment.  Plenty of food and craft vendors, including Stache and Green Bar and Kitchen, will also fill the streets.  And don’t miss the music featuring the true Godfather of Funk, George Clinton & Parliament/Funkadelic, bringing their final tour to the funkiest Block Party ever along with a host of support acts including Fishbone, The Main Squeeze and Miss Velvet and the Blue Wolf.  One Nation Under A Groove is the Block Party of the Year and not to be missed! 

The Alarm, Modern English, Jay Aston’s Gene Loves Jezebel- Miami

The Ground

Saturday | September 7th 2019
7:00PM (Doors) | 7:30PM (Show) | 18+

Heroes Live Entertainment presents

The Alarm, Modern English, Gene Loves Jezebel with Jay Aston SIGMA LXXXV Tour

Tickets: https://thealarmmiami.eventbrite.com
Info: http://HeroesLiveEnt.com/

The Ground at Club Space | 34 NE 11th St | Miami | 305.375.0001

A fraternity of alternative British rock bands led by acoustic pioneers The Alarm, post punk auteurs Modern English, and the charismatic Jay Aston’s Gene Loves Jezebel will take to the road throughout North America in 2019.

The Alarm
Website: http://thealarm.com
Facebook: http://facebook.com/TheOfficialAlarm
Twitter: http://twitter.com/thealarm
Instagram: http://instagram.com/thealarm

The Alarm was made in Wales, UK and by the time of 1981’s debut single ‘Unsafe Building’, featured a daring mix of amped-up acoustic guitars, harmonica and passionate vocals that invited the enduring description “Bob Dylan meets The Clash”.
This is the sound of The Alarm that has been heard around the world ever since, with 17 Top 50 UK singles, a host of successful albums and over 6 million sales worldwide, a career that has also seen founding member Mike Peters sing on stage with the likes of Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen and U2. Hits include “Sixty Eight Guns”, “Strength”, “Rain In The Summertime”, “Where Were You Hiding When The Storm Broke?”, “Spirit Of ’76” and more.

Modern English
Website: http://modernenglish.me
Facebook: http://facebook.com/m0dernenglish
Twitter: http://twitter.com/m0dernenglish
Instagram: http://instagram.com/m0dernenglish

Modern English are a new wave/post-punk band from Colchester, Essex, England best known for their hit single “I Melt With You”. The song has been covered by a variety of artists, with several different versions being licensed for film and television worldwide. Other favorites include “Hands Across The Sea”, “Someone’s Calling” and “Ink And Paper”. The 4AD band recently released their first album in 30 years.

Gene Loves Jezebel with Jay Aston
(with original members Jay Aston, James Stevenson, Pete Rizzo)
Website: http://genelovesjezebel.co.uk
Facebook: http://facebook.com/OfficialGeneLovesJezebel
Twitter: http://twitter.com/geneluvsjezebel
Instagram: http://instagram.com/GeneLovesJezebelwithJayAston

Gene Loves Jezebel (GLJ) are a British rock band formed in the early 1980s whose best-known songs include “Heartache”, “Desire (Come and Get It)” (1986), “The Motion Of Love” (1987), “Jealous” (1990) and “Break The Chain” (1993) as well as their broody dark alternative club hits “Bruises” (1983), “Influenza (Relapse)” (1984), and “The Cow” (1985).


Revolution Live

Jenny Lewis had her first taste of stardom when she was a child, appearing in a series of television shows and films. As she came of age, she grew disenchanted with acting and turned to music, forming the popular indie rock band Rilo Kiley with Blake Sennett. Her work with Rilo Kiley drew upon the seediness of her native San Fernando Valley and nearby Hollywood and garnered great critical acclaim. However, she began to expand her horizons when she released a country-tinged solo debut calledRabbit Fur Coat. This established Lewis as a formidable singer/songwriter in her own right, and her reputation only grew after Rilo Kiley split-up, thanks to her rustic Americana album Acid Tongue and the slick pop sheen of The Voyager.  Acid Tongue debuted at 24 on Billboard’s Top 200 upon its release andThe Voyager debuted at number nine. Lewis has recently unveiled plans for her fourth solo album, titledOn the Line and set to arrive sometime in spring 2019. The follow-up to The Voyager promises 11 original songs and a personnel lineup on the album including Beck (with whom Lewis recently performed at Red Rocks Ampitheatre) and Ringo Starr, as well as Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers bandmemberBenmont Tench, producer/bassist Don Was, and noted session drummer Jim Keltner.

Lizzo: Cuz I Love You Too Tour

Fillmore Miami Beach

The breakout artist who took Coachella audiences by storm, Lizzo brings her “Cuz I Love You Too” Tour to the Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater on Wednesday, September 11th, 2019 / 8PM. Tickets go on sale Friday, April 26th / Noon.
Channeling boundless self-confidence through a downright earth-quaking voice, colorful persona, and undeniable star power,Lizzo struts into the spotlight and steps up with a whole lot of sass, spirit, and soul. Embracing her vocal range like never before and celebrating herself to the fullest, she speaks her mind, censors nothing, and delivers an enviable level of honesty, pure passion, and fresh fire.  Her latest album CUZ I LOVE YOU arrived to critical acclaim with Variety declaring, “Her debut’s sexy, smart, scuffed-up R&B establishes Lizzo as an immediate star.” Esquire affirmed, “The album reveals another bullet point on her already spectacular resume: Lizzo can sing. Boy, can she sing.”  And then there was Coachella earning her further acclaim. Lizzo has quickly cemented herself as one of 2019’s preeminent pop figures,” wrote Consequence of Sound.“(Her) set only spanned 12 songs, but every track got the crowd grooving more than the last. The show attracted the most tightly packed audience in the Mojave tent across the whole weekend.”  This is a show not to be missed!
General Admission tickets for Lizzo “Cuz I Love You Too” Wednesday, September11th, 2019 / 8PM are $39.50 to $44.50 amd $50.00 day of show.  A limited number of Reserved Seats are also available for $59.50.  All tickets are on sale Friday, April 26th / Noon at LiveNation.com or charge by phone 800-745-3000 and at the Fillmore Box Office during normal business hours (Mon. – Fri., 11AM – 6PM and during show days).

PUP @ the Culture Room

Culture Room

To support their acclaimed LP, PUP have now announced a massive fall tour. Running from mid-September through to the end of November, the trek will take the Toronto punk rockers all over both North America and Europe.

The itinerary includes stops in Philadelphia, New York, Atlanta, Orlando, Nashville, and St. Louis, as well as Vancouver, Quebec City, and Calgary. Across the pond, PUP will visit Amsterdam, Berlin, Milan, Paris, London, and Manchester. Charly Bliss, whose own Eva Hendricks contributed to Morbid Stuff, and Illuminati Hotties will provide support.

The Growlers @ the Culture Room

Culture Room

This summer, The Growlers are set to support last year’s Casual Acquaintances on a North American tour. Now, the psychedelic group has extended the outing, adding 25 new shows to their fall calendar.

The Growlers’ new dates kick off in September, with the band first hitting major markets like Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Detroit, and others. The trek also features two-night runs in Chicago and Seattle, as well as a five-night Florida stretch, including a stop at Sing Out Loud Festival in Asheville, NC. Notably, the California garage rockers will hit New York City’s Central Park SummerStage, Northampton’s Pearl Street, Chattanooga’s Songbirds, and Lexington’s The Burl before finishing off the tour with a two-night Halloween run at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Palladium.

Adam Ant Friend or Foe Duo

Fillmore Miami Beach

“Friend Or Foe Tour”
The incredible Adam Ant brings his “Friend Or Foe Tour” to the Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater performing this iconic album in its entirety Tuesday, October 1st, 2019 / 8PM. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 15th / 10AM.
It was on a Thursday night, 16th October 1980, when millions of living rooms across the UK, were set on fire by a blazing TV performance by Adam and the Ants After 3 ferocious minutes of “Dog Eat Dog,” on the weekly music show, Top of the Pops, the phenomenon rapidly began and he would go on to dominate the charts with extraordinary success.  Now he takes the stage once again performing his first solo album, Friend or Foe in its entirety plus other fan favorites.  This is the seminal album that continued his success in the USA, delivering 3 top twenty hits on the Billboard Top 100. “Goody Two Shoes” was also a number 1 in both the UK and Australia. At the same time he was voted ‘Sexiest Man Alive’ by the viewers of MTV and received a “Best New Artist” Grammy nomination.  Now he is bringing it all back for one more time!
Reserved Seat tickets for Adam Ant “Friend Or Foe Tour” Tuesday, October 1st, 2019 / 8PM are $48.50 and $36.50.  All tickets are on sale Friday, March 22nd / 10AM at LiveNation.com or charge by phone 800-745-3000 and at the Fillmore Box Office during normal business hours (Mon. – Fri., 11AM – 6PM and during show days).
For more information go to www.fillmoremb.com.

Taking Back Sunday

Revolution Live

Taking Back Sunday will be performing at Revolution Live FTL on TWO consecutive nights – Friday, Oct 11 and Saturday, Oct 12! Tickets are sold individually for each night.

In celebration of their 20th anniversary, Taking Back Sunday will be embarking on an extensive worldwide tour, paying tribute to their catalog – and their fans – with full album performances.

Taking Back Sunday will be performing their debut album Tell All Your Friends in its entirety. Each nightly set will offer a double-album play – using a specially designed coin, Taking Back Sunday will flip to play either Where You Want To Be or Louder Now in addition to Tell All Your Friends.

If you can’t believe that Taking Back Sunday have been around for 20 years, you’re not alone, because they can’t either. Although the pride of Long Island have had a handful of member changes over the years, the current lineup of the band – vocalist Adam Lazzara, guitarist John Nolan, drummer Mark O’Connell and bassist Shaun Cooper – have all been there since the beginning. From the band’s landmark 2002 debut Tell All Your Friends to their most recent full-length, 2016’s Tidal Wave, Taking Back Sunday have evolved from a key player in the early 2000s emo scene to a genre-defying rock band who have three gold albums without ever ceasing to push the limitations of their sound.

Built to Spill: Keep It Like A Secret 20th Anniversary Tour

Culture Room

Built to Spill have announced a massive 80-date tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Keep It Like a Secret, the band’s classic fourth album. The North American tour kicks off this June in Missoula, Montana and concludes November 23 in Sonoma, California.


Culture Room

Melvins with special guests Redd Kross, Shitkid

Public Onsale : Fri, 17 May 2019 at 10:00 AM

Artist Presale : Wed, 15 May 2019 at 10:00 AM

Kero Kero Bonito at Gramps

Gramps Bar

w/ special guests

176 NW 24th St. – Miami, FL 33127
Event tickets at foryourfriends.net

Presented by For Your Friends Booking / Breakeven Booking

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