more by Cory Perla
[INDIE] If you’re looking to take in a weekend of local music, this is the line up for you. A combination of veteran and rising indie rock bands fill out this solid line up, presented by Yace Booking, at Nietzsche’s on Friday, January 25.
[BLUEGRASS] Big and bold, Parsonsfield deliver authentic Appalachian bluegrass. The five-piece band from Massachusetts set up with everything from banjos to pump organs in order to pump out thick, lush indie folk music that’s at once old timey and refreshing.
[INDIE] English indie rock band Catfish and the Bottlemen will play a special unplugged set at the Rec Room on Wednesday, January 23.
[ELECTRONIC/DANCE] Huerco S. makes music inspired by the club but that often cuts closer to ambient and experimental music than it does techno.
[AMERICANA] Brassband, Dixieland, Americana & Burlesque; it’s all in the name for this one. Expect all of the above and more for this annual bash at Mohawk Place, on Saturday, January 26.
[ELECTRONIC/DANCE] “Celebrating queer holiday cheer” is the tagline for this electronic dance music party at the Underground Niteclub. Expet some percussive, deep, and dark tracks from the artists performing at this new dance party dubbed Ghost Stories.
[HOLIDAY] It’s a Festivus for the rest of us! One of the biggest, most anticipated holiday parties of the season is upon us, so prepare for the feats of strength and make sure your grievances are in order, because I got a lot of problems with you people and now you’re going to hear about it.
[TRIBUTE] Gone for almost two decades now, punk legend Joe Strummer of The Clash, remains a relevant inspiration to musicians around the world. In celebration of his legacy, Mohawk Place will host the 17th annual Tribute to Joe Strummer and the Clash.
[FUNK] Toronto-based funk band After Funk return to Buffalo for a special show this Saturday, December 22 at Buffalo Iron Works. Set one from the “funk family” will be a set of originals followed by a tribute to the King of Soul, James Brown.