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Shows to look forward to this weekend

September 11th, 2014 -

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Ty Segall

Ty Segall will be hitting The Stage tonight alongside openers Wand and local boys Plastic Pinks. Ty Segall will also be performing at the Skatepark of Tampa on Friday, Sept. 12. Ty Segall’s most recent release, Manipulator (“Feel” & “The Connection Man“) came out on August 25, and follows the similar style of music he has been known for. Other notable releases include his collaborations with Mikal Cronin, specifically the 2009 release Reverse Shark Attack (“Drop Dead Baby” & “I Wear Black“), as well as his previous release titled Sleeper (“The Man Man” & “She Don’t Care“).

Doors open at 8:30p.m. for tonight’s show. Tickets are priced as follows on The Stage website, not including additional fees:

General Admission: $12 / 18+ Ages

Doors open at 7:30p.m. for Friday’s Tampa show. Tickets are priced as follows on Ticketmaster, not including additional fees:

General Admission: $13 / All Ages

Photo courtesy of  Julio Enriquez, via WikiMedia Commons

Washed Out

Washed Out will be visiting Florida for three shows this week. The first show is taking place this Friday, Sept. 12 at The Plaza in Orlando. The second show is taking place on Saturday, Sept. 13 at The Culture Room. However, tickets for Saturday’s show are no longer available online. The third show is taking place on Sunday, Sept. 14 at The Ritz Ybor in Tampa. Washed Out, otherwise known as singer-songwriter and record producer Ernest Greene, recently released the sophomore studio album Paracosm in 2013, which included exceptional tracks such as “It All Feels Right” and “Great Escape.” Other noteworthy releases include the 2009 EP Life of Leisure, with tracks such as “You’ll See It” and “Feel It All Around,” the latter track perhaps most famously known as Portlandia‘s opening theme.

Doors open at 8p.m. for Friday’s show. Tickets are priced as follows on The Plaza website, not including additional fees:

General Admission (Floor): $17 / Reserved: $20

All Ages

Doors open at 8p.m. for Saturday’s Orlando show. Tickets were priced as follows on Ticketmaster, not including additional fees:

General Admission: $20 / All Ages

Doors open at 8p.m. for Sunday’s Tampa show. Tickets are priced as follows on Ticketmaster, not including additional fees:

General Admission: $17 / All Ages

Photo courtesy of Andrew Hurley, via Flickr

Erasure

The English synthpop duo known as Erasure, comprised of Andy Bell and Vince Clarke, will be visiting Florida for two shows. The first show is on Friday, Sept. 12 at The Fillmore in Miami Beach. Additionally, an after-party will be taking place at Churchill’s Pub till 5a.m., with a $7 cover fee. The second show is on Saturday, Sept. 13 at the House of Blues in Orlando. The current tour is known as “The Violet Flame Tour,” which derives from their upcoming release The Violet Flame. The duo is perhaps most notably known for singles such as “A Little Respect” from the 1988 release The Innocents, their debut single “Who Needs Love (Like That)” from their 1986 debut album Wonderland, and Always” from the 1994 release titled I Say I Say I Say.

Doors open at 7:30p.m. for Friday’s show. Tickets are priced as follows on Livenation, not including additional fees:

General Admission: $34.50

Mezzanine Level Reserved Seating: $50

All Ages 

Doors open at 8p.m. for Saturday’s show. Tickets are priced as follows on Livenation, not including additional fees:

General Admission: $35

All Ages 

Photo courtesy of digboston, via Flickr

DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist

DJ Shadow alongside Cut Chemist will be performing at the House of Blues in Orlando on Sunday, Sept. 14. DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist are currently on the “Renegades of Rhythm Tour,” paying homage to the legacy of Afrika Bambaataa, who was in the forefront of spreading the hip-hop culture and also the founder of the Universal Zulu Nation. The tour will see DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist only using vinyl from Bambaataa’s collection, with a total of six turntables to be utilized. Bambaataa is known as the father of electro funk, with classics such as “Planet Rock” and “Looking for the Perfect Beat.”

Doors open at 7p.m.

General Admission: $25

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