more by Cory Perla
[ELECTRONIC/DANCE] Seasoned tour partners, Cookie Monsta and Funtcase, return to Buffalo for a show at the Town Ballroom on Friday, September 7.
[TRIBUTE] The final Live at Larkin concert of the year happens this Wednesday, September 5.
[METAL] In from Sweden are doom metal band Monolord. The three-piece Swedish stoner metal band are currently embarked on a U.S.
[INDIE] Synth pop band Humble Braggers will release their new EP, Cycle at Nietzsche’s this Saturday, September 1. The record, which will be released by Admirable Traits Records, features the band’s single, Reckless, a bouncing, neon-synth-laden indie-pop track.
[ELECTRONIC/DANCE] The Clurb is a new pop up DJ party, organized by house music DJ Steve “Rufus” Gibson, and it’s on this weekend.
[ELECTRONIC/DANCE] From Berlin by way of Vancouver, electronic music producer, PLO Man, brings a unique brand of minimal techno with plenty of atmosphere and vibe.
[ELECTRONIC/DANCE] This isn’t your typical electronic dance music concert—it’s goes a bit deeper than that and there is more to know about it than just who the DJ is. We’ll start there, anyways.
[FUNK] One of the most highly anticipated editions of Live at Larkin happens this week with Michelangelo Carubba & Friends taking the stage for a free concert.