0 Comments
Preview

Tonight: Humble Braggers Album Release Party

humblebraggersnew

There’s really no denying that the Buffalo music scene is cranking right now. Collaborations aplenty, bands are going into the studio left and right, and the releases are coming hot and heavy, with the Del Paxton full length LP last week celebrated at the Mohawk and tonight at Nietzsche’s for brand new Humble Braggers. Tom…

View Article

0 Comments
Preview

Tonight: Cooler

cooler

Tonight’s show, presented by our good pals at The Public, seems like a no-brainer in terms of quality. Between Cooler, The Slums and Ugly Sun, each band on the bill are local pioneers in their own right, respectably carving out their own pocket within the indie, fuzz-rock and post-punk worlds and consistently putting out thoughtful,…

View Article

0 Comments
Preview

Tonight: Shana Falana

Shana-Falana

Kingston, NY-based sparkle-pop duo, Shana Falana is set to make a stop on their national tour tonight at Nietzsche’s. In support of their latest release, Here Comes the Wave (Team Love Records), the duo consisting of Shana Falana and Mike Amari blend ambient dream-pop melodies with a lush indie rock backing. Also on the bill are…

View Article

0 Comments
Preview

Tonight: Aircraft

aircraftxmas

Wednesday Buffalo News restaurant reviewer Andrew Galarneau delivered a terrific article summarizing the terrific bounty and potential that is the current Buffalo food scene. In addition to the still valuable classics that defined the region for generations (wings, fish fries, beef on weck), he extolled the virtues of the farm to table movement as well as the…

View Article

0 Comments
Preview

Tonight: What the Beck

Beck Portraits

After exploring nearly every seminal act of the 90’s, finally tonight at Nietzsche’s, 10 talented artists will form a tribute supergroup to take on one of the most diverse artists in modern pop music, Beck. From the stream-of-consciousness slacker rock of Mellow Gold to the funky grooves of Midnight Vultures and the melancholy introspective ballads…

View Article

0 Comments
Preview

Tonight: EPQ Presents A Tribute to Herbie Hancock

herbiehancock

Buffalo jazz/funk collective Ellen Pieroni Quartet is presenting a killer four band tribute to American music legend Herbie Hancock at Nietzsche’s later on tonight. Jazz, funk, fusion, r&b, and classical… Hancock has done them all during his 50+ year career, and his CV is sure to provide fertile ground for the EPQ, along with Intrepid…

View Article

0 Comments
News

Just Announced: Black Lips

Atlanta garage rock rascals, Black Lips, revealed on their website that they will be coming to Buffalo this summer and playing a venue that is bringing in more and more indie talents. Black Lips will be playing Nietzsche’s on Saturday, July 16th, with pre-sale tickets going for $15 plus modest Ticket Masters fees, like the…

View Article

0 Comments
Preview

Tonight: Rochester Invasion Pt. 2

harmonica

In what is shaping up to be one of the hottest weekends of local music since Herdfest, there exists a bill so Rochesterian, it just might work. Well—actually—it has worked already once before. Tonight, Nietzsche’s will host part two of our Rochester Invasion series, featuring more of the finest talent our neighboring city has to…

View Article

0 Comments
Preview

Tonight: Dreambeaches

10428143_870987982949240_7293178088228591609_n

The surf rock genre is one that has erupted in recent years, to the point where you can almost find a little bit of surf in a significant portion of indie music. With bands like Best Coast, Wavves, Surfer Blood, Beach Fossils, and Real Estate in heavy rotation, it’s a sub-genre that has cemented itself…

View Article

0 Comments
Preview

Tonight: Sleepy Hahas

DF7A1575-XL

Buffalo psych rock band Sleepy Hahas has continued to expand on its fuzzy brand of indie rock since releasing the album of the week-earning 2014 LP Dull Days. Back in June, the band put out a single “Deep River,” showing off a slightly more noisy, experimental sound that sits somewhere between the Black Keys blues rock and…

View Article