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Tonight: Jouska

Buffalo is in store for a solid Tuesday night treat tonight.  Albany/Philly based alternative/emo act Jouska returns to Buffalo, this time with a brand new EP under their belt. From Elson to Emmett was released just a couple weeks ago on Tiny Engines Records, and it features four brand new tracks.  Three local acts are also…

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Tonight: California Cousins

Rochester math/emo/punks California Cousins are headlining a Buffalo show tonight in support of a genre-blending tour package definitely worth your attention. Philly’s Caracara are swinging through courtesy of Flower Girl records, bringing their emotional baroque-pop/shoegaze/emo with them. Joining them are Richmond, VA act The Weak Days, who have been accurately described as “emo by association, pop-punk…

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Tonight: Mom Jeans

California indie/emo quartet Mom Jeans are swinging through Buffalo today, so get ready to enjoy an excellent show featuring a fully-stacked lineup of dank bands. Joining Mom Jeans are Albany wunderkinds Prince Daddy & The Hyena, who will be bringing their brash brand of tongue-in-cheek emo alongside Philly pop-violence act Kississippi. Rounding out tonight’s lineup are…

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Tonight: Secret Stuff

Hey you, are you a fan of fantastic emo music, supporting local music, and helping touring bands? Please consider attending a fine showcase this evening featuring emo revivalists Secret Stuff. The Nashville act specializes in sparkling, noodly indie rock for fans of American Football, Foxing, or Mineral. Joining the showcase are equally fantastic Buffalo emo acts…

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Wildhoney at Mohawk Place (05/04/17)

A couple weeks back, Baltimore pop/shoegaze five piece, Wildhoney, returned to Buffalo for yet another fantastic show.  The bands ability to not only create an insane wall of sound, but their ability to keep the music super catchy and interesting were in full effect, coming together to pull off one of the best sets I’ve seen…

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Album of the Week

honey – Better Luck Next Year

It’s that inexplicably romantic, mid-autumn time of year where the leaves have changed but haven’t quite fallen. The kind of weather to make you feel nostalgic about just about everything – sweater weather if you will. It’s the perfect time of year to curl up and get sentimental with a new emo album. Here’s our recommendation…

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