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Tonight: Potty Mouth

Buffalo’s Mohawk Place hosts a bad-ass night of women-lead indie rock acts tonight that will melt your face clean off. Topping the bill is the LA-based pop-rock trio, Potty Mouth. Still riding high off the releases of their sophomore album, SNAFU, and new single “I Wanna,” the band promises a set full of lighthearted and high-powered melodies…

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Miss June – “Best Girl”

New Zealand punk rockers, Miss June, go hard in the visuals for their wildly melodic party anthem, “Best Girl.” Fronted by singer/guitarist, Annabel Liddel, the Kiwi Courtney Love commands the track with an irresistible and fun chorus that will make you want to do a keg stand. If you need a dynamite track that explodes…

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Quinton Brock Unveils New Single “Rush for Love”

Former Buffalonian-turned New York soul crooner, Quinton Brock, strikes an emotional chord with his touching new single, “Rush for Love.” Off his upcoming EP, Scooter, Brock enlists the help of legendary Stone City Band bassist, Jerry Livingston, to bring this thoughtfully heartbreaking rendition to life. The vocalist will give you goosebumps as he pours his…

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The Real Zebos – “Your Ex Said You Can’t Dance”

Omaha, NE indie rockers, The Real Zebos, come through with the retro dance track, “Your Ex Said You Can’t Dance.” Inspired by a local mystery man/dance machine, this five-piece will fill your eardrums with sprightly synths, a driving drumbeat and charismatic chorus. If your ex has been trashing you and your moves all over town,…

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Album of the Week

Slow Cooker – Do a Kickflip

Grab your board and get ready to shred with Buffalo four-piece, Slow Cooker, and their debut full length, Do a Kickflip, a post-hardcore tour de force that will leave your ears happy and bleeding. Since forming in 2015, old friends Ian McCrohan, Andy Krzystek, Joe McGrath and Adam Malchof have carved out a distinct and…

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Famous – “Forever”

Get swept up in the visuals for the wonderful art-rock opus, “Forever,” from London act, Famous. This is the first single on their recently released debut mini-album, England, and boy is it a good one. Vocalist Jack Merrett’s evocative vocals command a poignant and dazzling beat composed of striking synths and a groovy undertone. Watch…

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Rochester

Beef Gordon Whips Up New Single “ABC”

Rochester weirdo pop provocateur, Beef Gordon, channels an S&M Raffi on the subversive new single, “ABC.” Off his debut album, Queen Shade, Gordon (also from Buffalo Sex Change) crafts a playfully elementary beat entirely on a Casio MT-68 keyboard. With each keystroke, the wonderfully bizarre crooner lulls you into a lucid dream that’s far more…

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KYTES – “Alright”

Feel the burn with the vibrant new visuals for the single, “Alright,” from German indie electronica aces, KYTES. This feel-good dance track will give you a reason to smile with its catchy and bombastic beat wrapped up in a positive and carefree message. This breath of fresh air is one you’ll definitely want to add…

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The Harmaleighs – “Don’t Panic”

Nashville’s female indie pop duo, The Harmaleighs, swoop in with their sleepy and folky new single, “Don’t Panic.” Off their upcoming and deeply personal concept album, She Won’t Make Sense, this somber bedroom tune strikes a chord with emotionally intimate vocals and Americana instrumentals. Check it out below. She Won’t Make Sense is our August…

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Alex Russell – “Shawty”

Long Island emcee, Alex Russell, drops his latest single, “Shawty,” a bumpin’ break-up track that will make you forget about your ex. Russell pours his heart over genuine and relatable raps with a smooth and silky flow. Complimenting the rhymes is an upbeat, yet faded production composed of a trunk-thumping bass and airy tones. So…

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