Notable Noise: This Week's Best Shows [Florida's Dying Rock Fight, Crocodiles, Man or Astro-Man, more]

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Monday, July 16

  • The Dave Matthews Tribute Band [Social] - Say what you will, I think there's something inherently awesome about the sheer ballsiness involved with straight-up jacking a currently active musician's fanbase like this. Can't afford $60 to see Real Dave Matthews at the Bank of Corporate Malfeasance Ballfield and Music Park? Just wait a few weeks, and Fake Dave Matthews will only charge you $10!

 

Tuesday, July 17

 

Wednesday, July 18

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLxJv6d8MN4

 

Thursday, July 19

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUN0TyTmQ4s

 

Friday, July 20

 

Saturday, July 21

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SHOW OF THE WEEK #3: Rock Fight [Will's Pub] - Fake bands fight to see who can make the best/worst impression. I judged this the first year, and actual fires broke out. The photo above is from the second year (I stole the photo from Kickbrightzine; go and read the review/wrap-up). This is the third year, but it's been more than six years since the last one and it's at a new venue. It will be insane.

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