Lettuce played to a big crowd at The Rochester Lilac Festival on May 16. They don’t have anymore New York Dates this summer but you can catch them if you are venturing to Electric forest, along with a few other midwest dates. For more music and tour dates check out their website.
The Isotopes played the Bug Jar in support of their new album The Isotopes Play Surf Music, on May 12 in Rochester. The band played a mix of originals and covers to the packed house while the confetti and go go dancers kept the crowd on their toes. You can check their website for the new album and tour […]
Brooklyn Bowl, the iconic music haven in the heart of Williamsburg, served up some delicious sounds last weekend, courtesy of a mashup of two giants in the jamtronica world. Breaking Biscuits is the name of this super group which is comprised of Aron Magner (keys) and Marc Brownstein (bass) of Disco Biscuits fame alongside renowned […]
PA Line is a five-piece band hailing from Buffalo, New York. Forming just two years ago, they are yet another band on the rise in the plump music scene in our beautiful Queen city. The band consists of Trevor Stribing (vocals, guitar, percussion), Pat Brown (banjo), Adam Nicpon (mandolin), Alyssa Wainwright (violin, vocals) and Lucas […]
Albany natives State Champs truly came around the world and back after selling out their hometown venue in Clifton Park, N.Y. With a full house, State Champs performed to the best of their ability for their friends and loved ones on Saturday. On May 13, State Champs alongside Against The Current, With Confidence and Don […]
of Montreal brought their avant-garde freak-out to Buffalo at Asbury Hall on April 26. Though the crowd was light, that didn’t stop them from dancing hard while being egged on by the weird antics happening onstage. of Montreal have no more dates planned this summer besides some dates in Europe. Setlist: Gratuitous Abysses, We Will Commit Wolf […]
Late Night Radio and Maddy O’Neal opened a long night of music at Wonder Bar in Allston, MA on Sunday, April 30. Saxophone extraordinaire, Tommy Weeks (Sophistafunk, Funky Dawgs) came up and belted out a few rounds during Maddy O’Neal, and even impressed Sunsquabi enough that he was asked to come back up for a tasty […]
Canadian based bluegrass band, The Slocan Ramblers filled the Folklife Center at Crandall Library in Glens Falls, NY on April 27 to a packed basement soundstage. The four-piece staple, a 2015 Edmonton Folk Fest Emerging Artist Award recipient, quickly won over the North Country crowd with a sharp 21-song set list which consisted of 7 originals […]
Big Mean Sound Machine brought their Afro-beat funk sounds to Flour City Station on April 22, touring in support of their just released album Runnin’ for the Ghost. After some dates down south they will be back in upstate New York playing in Buffalo and Syracuse on May 12 and 26 respectively.
Chelsea Grin brought their Self Inflicted tour through NYC at the Gramercy Theatre earlier this month with support from Ice Nine Kills, Gideon, and Enterprise Earth. Each group brought their own unique flare to stage and created a memorable night for all in attendance in the packed out room. Enterprise Earth ” ngg_triggers_display=”never” ngg_proofing_display=”0″ order_by=”pid” […]