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Tonight: The Common Music Collective Presents: The Juliet Letters

It’s slower nights like tonight that force one to think a bit outside the box and seek something different if one wants to get its music fix. Tonight at Pausa Art House may be one of those events as The Common Music Collective, a group of artists featuring members of Wooden Cities, Tiny Rhymes, and other…

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Buffalo Porchfest Continues to Seek Bands, Porches

Despite this last gasp of what has been a truly horrible winter, better times are ahead. One sign that spring will at some point arrive in its true form is the announcement that the forth installment of the Buffalo Porchfest, presented by the Elmwood Village Association, will be going down on Saturday, May 9th. The…

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Tonight: The Tins

Even with the year nearly complete, the Buffalo music scene still has a couple new releases to look forward to before the calendar turns, and one of those is from the Tins. While recording their forthcoming full length with Robby Takac, set to drop in 2016, the pop trio managed to pump out the self…

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Buffalo

The Slums Share First Installment of #Slumdays

It’s rare that a band stays active during a long hiatus from playing live shows, but the tail end of 2015 appears to be a busy one for the Slums. While gearing up for its Quiet Country Audio session at the end of October, the Buffalo post-hardcore four piece premiered a new month long video series…

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Rochester

Buffalo Sex Change Shares Video for “Gender Unknown”

Over a year after dropping their self titled, debut LP via Dadstache Records, Rochester post-punk garage duo Buffalo Sex Change has shared the music video for one of the record’s stand out tracks, “Gender Unknown.” The lo-fi, VHS-esque clip, which was directed by Brooklyn visual artist Kristen Felicetti, finds members Phil Pierce and Clayton Eddy performing the rockabilly…

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Buffalo

Del Paxton Films Session with 1809 Studios

While in Rochester earlier this summer for a gig, Buffalo based indiemo trio and still fresh Topshelf Records signees Del Paxton paid a visit to Macedon’s 1809 Studios to record session with studio engineer Dave Drago and videographer Jon Lewis. The three piece broke out the previously unreleased, from the vaults “Loose Leaf” for its installment to the…

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Buffalo

Kharlos Shares First Single from Upcoming Cassette

Fuzzy slime garage trio Kharlos is set to release its debut EP/cassette Don’t Think About Dying at My Party on Saturday, September 12th. Featuring members of Merchants, ronaldraygun, and Space Wolves, the three-piece has kept a pretty low key internet presence, quietly dropping a debut track early this summer, up until now. Today, the group has…

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Just Announced: Neon Indian

After two memorable shows at the still missed Soundlab back in 2010, Neon Indian will be back in town this fall at the Tralf Music Hall on Friday, October 23rd. With Toro y Moi also set to hit Buffalo later next month, the Queen City will have the chance to see two of the major…

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Rochester

Hieronymus Bogs Releases First Single from The Angel

Man what is in the water in the Genesee River lately? We have been doing this blog for over five years now, and over last couple, expanding our focus past just Buffalo and into other areas of WNY. With that said, I have never seen such a run of quality new music than we have…

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Buffalo

The Get Money Squad Drops Follow Up Single “Pillow Talk”

One of our favorite releases from last summer came from the Get Money Squad. Featuring Quinton Brock and Jon Bap of Network, the act’s short, self-coined “urban surf” EP was the perfect blend of off beat Mac DeMarco meets Shuggie Otis/Bill Withers lo-fi vibes. The group went on to open for Girl Talk at Canalside,…

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