- Published on Tuesday, 14 April 2015 20:00
The Drew Review with host Andrew Fera and musical guest Planet Three in studio to go over their EP song by song and do a little live jam session.
- Published on Friday, 10 April 2015 20:08
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Oh fair viewer, one of our members is off and away on a journey to one of the greatest breweries in the continental united states, Three Floyds...So, because he is there, and we are not, we are gonna do some hating. As the Professor and I control this Ark taking us through this post-apocalyptic world we live in, we will be discussing March Meat Madness, TBBT/Saw Fan-fiction, Michelobs..., this day in history, and of course....Frank Stallone. Tune in, Turn on, and Stay Sippin'.
- Published on Friday, 10 April 2015 20:03
Noah Gokey is joined by guests Mojo Stone in the first hour for a live jam session and discussion of their musical influences and their secret elimination of the other Mojo Stone. In the second hour Hexamatastrophe joined the show to recap some recent performances and take a crank call from a Portuguese sex maniac.
- Published on Friday, 10 April 2015 18:36
The open mic night has been one of my favorite past times for years now, and I’m lucky enough to host one at a really cool bar. Every Wednesday night at 8pm the white board is leaned up against the speaker stand and the fun begins at Hot Mama’s until at least 11, but we run late if need be, and everyone’s getting at least four songs, often more.
To kick off the night this week, we had a newcomer to Buffalo, James Bess sing some original songs. This was the second time that James has been to Hot Mama’s, and he’s impressed the crowd both nights with his soulful lyrics and great voice.
- Published on Friday, 10 April 2015 18:16
On March 10th Royal Tongues debuted their first work, Patterns and Shapes EP. The pop-indie duo comprised of Aaron Bonus and Justin Gammella decided to collaborate and debut their own project after having jobs that consisted of writing and producing for other artists, and launched Royal Tongues in Fall of 2014.
- Published on Saturday, 04 April 2015 18:15
With ‘Love Songs for the Damned: Volume 1’ Dirty Smile shows us again, why they’re amongst the favorites in Buffalo. The EP opens up with a screaming lead guitar line from Jesse Raderman that really sets the tone for the EP.