more by Cory Perla
[POP] Sir Sly makes seriously stellar “sly-fi” music, a brand of Arcade Fire-y indie pop music with plenty of psychedelic influence and dance potential.
[INDIE] Wearing a blazer and t-shirt, sweat pouring down his forehead, a pair of red headphones wrapped around his pony-tailed hair, paris_monster’s Josh Dion simultaneously plays drums, keyboards, and sings, as his musical partner Geoff Kraly calmly lays down a low key...
[ROCK] Ron Hawkins is no stranger to Buffalo.
[BLUES] Sisters in blues, Rebecca Lovell and Megan Lovell are the brains behind roots rock band Larkin Poe. Formerly known simply as The Lovell Sisters, the siblings are three full length albums deep as Larkin Poe, hitting their sweet spot with their latest album, 2017’s ...
[INDIE] Hailing from Albany, Wild Adriatic bring a full to the brim rock and roll sound with them—from guitars to sax, and keys.
[ROCK] Sun Records, founded in 1952, had a lot to do with the birth and growth of rock and roll. The Memphis, Tennessee-based record label put out records by Elvis, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbision, and Conway Twitty, that shaped the sound of rock music to come.
[SOUL] The words “doom soul” don’t make sense until you hear the sounds of Algiers. Think highly distorted, fuzzy, searing soul music made by four guys from Atlanta.
[FUN] Often one of the biggest, most anticipated concerts in the annual Picnic in the Parkway series features a performance by the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra.