Five Things to Do Under $5 This Weekend in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

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1. Tremends, Cog Nomen, and Jolt Radio at Stache
8 p.m., Thursday, February 27, at Bar Stache, 109 SW Second Ave., Fort Lauderdale. Visit Facebook. No cover.

Join the fourth installment of Sound Series Thursdays at Stache and Gummdrops includes the live sounds of Tremends, Cog Nomen, and the DJ expertise of Miami's Jolt Radio -- which will also stream the event live online. Tremends will indie rock the funk out of you while Buffalo Brown and Brave Ulysses of Cog Nomen shall transport the room to a psychedelic region it's never before experienced. A solid lineup if there ever was one.

2. Death Jam and Laser Wolf premiere of "Death Wolf" video and vinyl release party
10 p.m., Saturday, March 1, at Laser Wolf, 901 Progresso Dr. #101, Fort Lauderdale.
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Indie booty bass act -- almost supergroup -- Death Jam Posse is premiering its wild ass video for "Death Wolf" this Saturday night. We spoke with the act last week and learned a lot about their thoughts on booty music, how the three met, and what to expect from this insane video for "Death Wolf." Filmed at Laser Wolf, it truly reps both the trio's party vibe and the 954.

3. KAOS! "Kome As You Are," a night of '90s Alternative
10 p.m., Friday, February 27, at Respectable Street. 518 Clematis Steet, West Palm Beach. Visit Facebook. No cover.

Put on baggy jeans (not like the painted on skinnies so many wear today) and tie a flannel jacket around it. And don't forget your backwards baseball cap as you head out for a night that smells like Teen Spirit. KAOS, or Kome As You Are has tons of alt '90s music, super cheap drink specials, and will feature Nirvana tribute band Smells Like Grunge. And talk about perfect timing, Kurt Cobain's birthday was a week ago on February 20.

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Jordan Bellus
Jordan Bellus

there is nothing here for under $5 please dont come

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