Album of the Week

Jacob Peter – Echolalia

The byline for Jacob Peter’s debut EP simple states the definition of the phenomena for which this release is named; Echolalia [ek-oh-ley-lee-uh]: the uncontrollable and immediate repetition of words spoken by another person. Throughout the EP, the Buffalo-based multi-instrumentalist and composer implements this theme both lyrically and musically. He explores, reflects upon, and calls to…

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New Music

Tonight: The Tins Tour Kickoff

Buffalo’s reigning psych-pop kings The Tins are celebrating the release of a new jam “Friday Afternoon” with a bunch of delightful friends at a delightful venue. This particular show is the kick off of The Tins’ upcoming fall tour. Fellow Buffalo dream pop heavyweights Applennium will be in tow, as well as Texan act Tele Novella and…

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Tonight: Jacob Peter

Jacob Peter

With his most recent EP release Wind Song in circulation, and a handful of acoustic solo shows under his belt, local indie-soul act Jacob Peter is finally debuting his new material with a full band in tow at Dreamland tonight. It’d be tough to not call attention to the similarities in song stylings that Jacob…

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Buffalo

Jacob Peter Releases Wind Song

Still catching up from the holiday lull, personally. Takes a lot out of you to get through another year and there’s some stuff that got lost in the mix. Jacob Peter’s Wind Song, for instance. He sent this over a while back and I’m just now getting to write it up. Jacob plays guitar with…

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Buffalo

Jacob Peter & Shauna Presto Team Up for “Wander”

‘Tis the season for merriment and friendship, and in the spirit of such togetherness (and apparently in my case, cheesy intros), we have a nice collaboration for you before the year comes to a close. Solo musician Jacob Peter has been all over the music scene lately, from the lush synthscapes of Humble Braggers to…

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Tonight: The Bones of J.R. Jones

J.R. Linabury, the one-man creative force behind the era-bending blues tunes of solo project The Bones of J.R. Jones, will take the iconic stage of Mohawk Place later tonight. “Solo” is a word that only goes so far when describing the project; Linabury may be the only body on stage during performances, but somehow he…

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