more by Cory Perla
[ROCK] This is a festival in the way a show feautring only one band can be a festival: This one band, Kurt and the Loders, will play the music of 18 bands. How did they choose which bands to cover? Well they went with Lollapalooza headliners, of course.
[ROCK] Buckethead lands somewhere between myth and reality, fiction and truth.
[ELECTRONIC/DANCE] Big Mood, the electronic music dance party held regularly at Duende, is back again this month, this Saturday, April 13. This time they’ll be featuring the residents of underground dance music collective, Redux.
[COMEDY] If you think you’d survive Armageddon, Christopher Titus has some bad news for you: you won’t.
[POP] Andrew McMahon has never been afraid to transform.
[INDIE] Hailing from the deep north, Regina Saskatchewan, Andy Shauf makes surreal, dreamy indie pop music. His latest album, The Party, follows a group of characters through, well, a party.
It’s 9pm on a Saturday in the winter in Buffalo and we’re headed to a new dance party to hear some house and techno DJs play music in a converted industrial office building surrounded by grain silos.
[SOUL] Soul Night is back just in time to find a date for Valentine’s Day. This time around DJs Handsome Dan, Haüsfly, and Pat K will be spinning nostalgic jams from the glory days of soul.
[FUNK] “Horns, synths, drums,” is what it boils down to for Brasstracks, the future funk duo from New York City. Their latest record, For Those Who Know Pt. 1 ratchets up their jazzy, electronic-tinged funk sound—inviting Robert Glasper along for a good chunk of it.