more by Cory Perla
[INFRINGEMENT] If you’re an artist in this city and you signed up to be part of the Infringement Festival, get ready—it’s your time to let loose for the next 11 days.
Canadian indie rock band, Broken Social Scene will perform on Saturday, July 28 at one of Buffalo’s most anticipated summer music festivals, Cobblestone Live, which will be held in downtown Buffalo’s Cobblestone District.
After less than a year together, First Ward, an indie rock band full of heavily experienced local musicians, are starting to make some moves.
[HIP HOP] Height Keech is no joke. The Baltimore-based artist has toured with better known acts like Beach House and Future Islands, making a name for himself with his eccentric indie rap style that dips into some somewhat unusual production designs.
[COMEDY] Faux guru (or is he for real? Who knows!) JP Sears wants to take you on a spiritual journey—a quest, a voyage.
[ROCK] Fresh off a series of dates with the Avett Brothers and The Magpie Salute, which included at least one show that was dedicated to Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon (dubbed for these purposes Dark Side of the Mule), Gov’t Mule comes to Artpark for a show...
[PUNK] Canadian hardcore punk band D.O.A., lead by Joey “Shithead” Keithley, are on tour in celebration of 40 years as a band.
[HOUSE] If you’re into deep house, do yourself a favor and check out DaRand Land’s S&T Podcast mix from last year, which is up on his Soundcloud page.
[ROCK] There are a lot of fakers out there, but the Struts don’t seem to be one of them.