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SFMO Fall Concert Guide

September 14th, 2014 -

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If you have been vicariously living through your friends Instagram videos and photos of all the cool concerts they attend (and you always seem to be the last person to find out), check out the list below of  shows that will be coming our way. The venues and shows differ in taste but here’s a varied menu for the enjoyment of your musical palette.

Sept. 16:

Bedside live debut at Bardot
Slap and Tickle was named earlier this year, Miami’s Best Weekly Party for a reason. They bring in some of the best acts around, and this Tuesday will be no different.  The producer duo, Bedside will be debuting live at Bardot with their precision of a DJ set with the excitement of a live show, including live trumpet. Don’t miss their debut, and the best part is that the show is FREE!
 

 

Sept. 21:

Banks at Grand Central
The mysterious yet lovely singer-songwriter will be gracing the stage to perform songs from her debut album G O D D E S S.  Purchase tickets

Sept. 21/22:

Jack White at The Fillmore Miami Beach 
Jack White has two shows lined up  at The Fillmore and there’s a good reason for it.  Lazaretto is Jack’s second studio album inspired by an accidental discovery of short stories and poems he wrote when he was 19. He later  found them in the attic- which earned him the number one spot on the Billboard charts when it debuted.  Also, just to add to his awesomeness he recently sprained his ankle during a show in San Fran and kept performing both nights. Purchase tickets

 

Oct.4:

Bonobo at Grand Central 
Bonobo
is no rookie to the Grand Central stage where he will be welcomed back October 4th with special guest K A S T L E . The show is part of his North America DJ tour where he will be spinning tracks from his album The North Borders. I personally can’t wait to hear “Antenna”, “First Fires”, “Jets” and “Know You”.  I’ll keep my fingers crossed.  Purchase tickets

 

Oct.6:

St. Vincent at The Fillmore
Annie Clark aka St. Vincent  will be playing South Florida twice this year. Once as a headlining show, and the other as support for Black Keys. More on that later. Annie is charming and full of charisma on stage, and loves to engage the audience.  She will be touring her latest self-titled album that was released earlier in the year. We recommend taking a listen to her last album Love This Giant, which she collaborated with legendary David Byrne of Talking Heads. Purchase tickets 

 

 

Oct.23:

Aeroplane & Mayer Hawthorne at Bardot 
The Italian-Belgium producer, Aeroplane will be returning to Bardot’s carpet with Mayer Hawthorne, who is the modern day answer to motown with a twist. We are not exactly sure what’s in store, but it sounds intriguing. Check out Aeroplane’s remix of Hawthorne’s “Wine Glass Women”. Purchase tickets

 

 

 

 

October 24:

Dumstaphunk at Revolution 
Dumstaphunk knows how to throw a party. They helped celebrate Tobacco Road’s 101st Anniversary earlier this year. The epitome of funk music from New Orleans featuring Ivan Neville , Tony Hall, Nick Daniels III, and the who’s who of funk legends.  Purchase tickets

 

Nov.1:

Beats Antique, Sphongle, and Emancipator at Revolution Live
Beats Antique presents Creature Carnival with Shpongle, Emancipator, and Lafa Taylor at Revolution Live. Pretty much this is going to be a conglomeration that is going to take your sensory perception to another level. Psychedelic, trippy, fun, weird and everything in between. Purchase tickets 

 

 

Nov. 9:

The Magician at Grand Central

We have been waiting for The Magician to return to Miami after his incredible Halloween dance party a couple years ago. Thanks to Slap & Tickle and Poplife, they are bringing back the DJ/producer for one the most anticipated dance parties this fall. Make sure you check out his free monthly Magic Tapes over on Soundcloud.  Purchase tickets

 

 

Nov.12:

Break Science at Culture Room
Break Science will be making a stop at  Culture Room prior to their show at Bear Creek Festival. Adam Deitch is a wizard on the drums who also plays with Lettuce and Pretty Lights. If you like live electronica, we recommend not missing this show. Purchase tickets

 

Dec. 15:

Black Keys at BB&T Center
What do you get when you pair up two dudes- one with amazing vocal chords and guitar swag and the other with drums and killer specs. Yep, you guessed it badass duo The Black Keys. The two man band will be coming to the BB&T Center in December just in time for you to dust off that leather jacket and jam out. Also, if you dig St. Vincent twice as much after you catch her show in October  you’ll be able to see her again at this show. Purchase tickets

2 Responses to “SFMO Fall Concert Guide”

Kim says:

I’m most excited about St Vincent for sure!!!

Untz Untz says:

What about hard rock/metal shows?

Torche (you know, that super successful Miami band you might have heard of) is playing 9/18 at Churchill’s to kick off their US tour. Self Defense Family is gonna be at Churchill’s as well in October. Death Angel + High on Fire this Saturday (9/20), Death To All is gonna be at Grand Central in December.

There are countless other small shows going on, but the ones above definitely deserve a mention, in my humble and anonymous opinion.

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