Another solid mix of bands is slated for Nietzsche’s. Tonight, Buffalo staple Super American headlines the evening’s 4-band lineup. Fresh off their latest single, “Sloppy Jazz,” the group brings their amped up, reformed pop punk to the table.
Joining them will be fellow Buffalo rockers Cooler, who combine grunge and fuzz with early 2000’s emo undertones. Rounding out the bill are two Albany based groups. Jouska just released their debut album, full of DIY and lo-fi garage rock. County Mike combines indie and emo with a stripped-down alt-folk approach. Doors open at 9pm, with a $5 cover. The show is 21+.