Wed., Feb. 5 – Queens of the Stone Age at Fillmore Miami Beach, 8:30 pm, $39.50 - $55.00
Biting, gritty rock and roll is a rarity, but Queens of the Stone Age have consistently kept their sound going since the late 90s. With six albums under their belt and a slew of notable collaborations – including Dave Grohl – the band has solidified their sound. Wednesday night they take over the Fillmore Miami Beach, starting at 8:30 pm.
Fri., Feb. 7 – Skinny Puppy at Grand Central, 8 pm, $26.50
Canadian group Skinny Puppy has been credited with being the founders of electro-industrial music. Since their debut in 1982, the group has paved the way for their genre, and released their 15th studio album, 'Weapon' last year. Downtown club Grand Central hosts the trio this Friday night, accompanied by Army of the Universe.
Sat., Feb. 8 – Panic! At the Disco at Fillmore Miami Beach, 8 pm
Panic at the Disco exploded on to the scene back in 2005 with their debut album, 'A Fever You Can't Sweat Out'. Since then, the group has taken on a more mature angle on the typical pop punk sound as seen with their latest album 'Too weird to live, Too rare to die!” Their tour stops to play a sold out show in Miami Beach at The Fillmore this Saturday night.
Sat., Feb. 8 – The Hood Internet at Bardot, 10 pm, $15
Despite many people popping behind a MacBook Pro to mash together their favorite songs, there are only a select few who manage to pull of mash ups, and even fewer do it well. Chicago duo The Hood Internet manages to bring together hip hop and indie rock seamlessly, meaning their Saturday night performance at Bardot is going to be an amazing dance party. They hit the carpet starting at 10 pm.