more by Christopher John Treacy
[ELECTRONIC/DANCE] Things get going at 10pm for this Hematone Productions shindig at The Waiting Room this Saturday, January 14, which invites you to coax your inner animal out to play for a mere $15.
[TRIBUTE] Given Earth Wind and Fire’s epic sound—the expanded rhythm section, the brass, the high-harmony falsetto singing—paying tribute to the legendary R&B outift seems like a task that might be better left alone.
[ROCK] On Saturday, January 14, the Tralf Music Hall opens its doors for a lineup of metal-tinged local indie goodness, featuring the Sabbath-influenced sounds of Malarchuk alongside considerably heavier sludge from Dirt War.
Do you stand with Planned Parenthood? These folks do, and they’re asking you to come out for a night of hilarious local standup while supporting that great cause at a time when it could really use the help.
[ROCK] Canadian country-rockers Emerson Drive have survived no fewer than nine lineup changes in 20 years, a name change (they were formerly known as 12 Gauge), the suicide of a former guitarist, and at least four label shifts, most of which were the result of mergers and...
[BENEFIT] Tickets aren’t cheap for this charity event, but the latest fundraiser from Sabres defenseman Zach Bogosian and wife Bianca’s non-profit, the Bogo Bunch, has a very cool “step-back-in-time” motif.
[DANCE] Hafla is an Arabic term that means “get-together,” and innovative belly-dancing troupe Fleuron Rouge has made this shindig an annual Babeville tradition now for several years running. This year they’re joined by the ladies of Femme Noir and