Nietzsche’s is set to host a night of up-and-coming acts tonight for undoubtedly a well-rounded show set to the brim with local talent. Set to headline is mysterious art rock project from the minds that brought us Well Worn Boot, Smokin’ Black Tar. The band is still in its infancy and has not released any recorded material yet.
Also on the docket are local electro pop trio Humble Braggers, who by this point you should be very familiar with by reading our blog. Poughkeepsie-based chamber rock act The Warp/The Weft will be making their Buffalo debut as the opener on the back stage. The band is touring in support of their new album Mapping an Absence which came out at the end of July. Sprinkled in with performances in the front are the avant garde act Green Schwinn. Doors are at 9pm with a $5 cover.