Buffalo

Space Cubs Unveil New Video For “Shelves”

Space Cubs, one of the Buffalo’s most buzzed about local bands, is back with a new configuration, new music, and a video for their latest single “Shelves” that is almost reassuringly excellent in it’s completeness. Conjuring sensations of early aughts Radiohead and the ethereal vibes of Sigur Ros but with Suzanne Bonifacio seemingly holding the universe together…

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Humble Braggers at Nietzsche’s (9/1/18)

Synth-pop fan favorites Humble Braggers celebrated the release of their newest EP, Cycle (Admirable Traits Records), with a spectacular musical showcase at Nietzsche’s on September 1st, 2018. Eschewing guitars in favor of lush synth pads, and with a greater emphasis on dance rhythms, Cycle explores feelings of uncertainty and self-doubt over some of the most jubilant pop hooks…

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Tonight: Humble Braggers

Iconic Buffalo synth-pop quartet Humble Braggers is releasing their latest batch of songs tonight with the six-song Cycle EP, out now on Admirable Traits Records. Over the last 5+ years, the Braggers have released some of the most consistently excellent music Buffalo has to offer, and Cycle certainly continues that trend. Local support for this evening comes from…

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Tonight: Deadwolf

Tonight the Mohawk hosts a killer lineup of Buffalo bands headlined by Deadwolf and bringing together genres, scenes, and party people for an excellent late show with Medusa, The Sofa Kingz and Space Cubs. After some hot sets at the Trimania art party blowout and opening for indie darlings Sunflower Bean, Deadwolf will be unleashing…

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Album of the Week

Space Cubs –What Iff

From the start, the reborn band Space Cubs cultivated a much needed air of mystery, from their magical debut last summer somewhere in Allentown to a captivating show at the Mohawk before disappearing to record What Iff, their excellent debut EP and our Album of the Week, and praise be, that glorious mystery is very much…

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Tonight: Space Cubs

Tonight electronic group Space Cubs will carry their tantalizing brand of futuristic experimentation over to Mohawk Place, the venue located at 47 E Mohawk St. in the band’s hometown of Buffalo. The gig will act as a celebration of their newly released EP What iff. For the unfamiliar, Space Cubs specialize in spellbinding vocals encased…

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Space Cubs Reveals New Single “Quitting”

Reborn Buffalo electronica band Space Cubs are getting ready to release What iff, their first EP as a quartet in a few weeks, and for an enigmatic and tantalizing teaser they’ve just released it’s lead single “Quitting.” Inscrutable like Amnesiac era Radiohead, “Quitting” floats in on a hazy cloud of Ken Culton’s hard to pin…

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Tonight: The Leones

Celebrate Halloween a few weeks early tonight at Mohawk Place with the haunting sounds of The Leones, who are bringing their ethereal, reverb-heavy tones to the venue for their second annual October showcase. Armed with new songs off their most recent album Songs From the Canyon, The Leones will be joined for the eerie evening by reformed experimental…

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Album of the Week

Space Cubs – Something For Us

Something For Us is a chilling inhale and a warm reprieve. This eight-song release serves as Suzanne Bonifacio’s most recent full length as Space Cubs, the one-woman experimental electronic project based out of Buffalo. With vocals that are pure, direct and at times otherworldly, Bonifacio constructs an atmosphere around her listener. Each song is a…

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Space Cubs – The Fire And Things Forgotten

The Fire And Things Forgotten, the celestial debut full-length from Buffalo born electronic musician Suzanne Bonifacio (who records as Space Cubs), is the result of what the artist refers to as a “journey of creative reflection and change” that included a move to Chicago before settling in Charlotte, North Carolina. Drawing comparisons to experimental pop artists like…

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