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gallery by Don Nieman • November 17, 2013 @ 9:24am •
When you first approach from the outside, the new music club in town looks sturdy, dependable and like a ‘Buffalo’ place to go.
When you walk in it opens up; you can see the whole venue from the door and it looks like Buffalo and you’re comfortable.
Buffalo Iron Works, located in the historic Cobblestone District, hosted its grand opening weekend and Saturday night the show…
If only a photo could capture the auditory barrage that Sleigh Bells brings to the stage, you would know what I, and hundreds other people, experienced Thursday night at the Town Ballroom.
The Brooklyn band is known for melodic and rhythmic vocals over intense guitar, drums and bass, and the live show brings their three albums to life.
This is their second appearance at the…
Good music, food, beer and a great cause calls for a party.
Gro-operative will host a fundraiser dance party from 7 p.m. to midnight on Nov. 16 at the Foundry, 398 Northampton St., Buffalo, to raise money and awareness for Go-operative, a delightfully interwoven indoor agricultural effort that’s detailed well by Buffalo Rising’s Sarah Maurer here.
At Gro-operative, found…
blog by Morgan Culhane • November 14, 2013 @ 9:15am •
With the spike in performance venue closings of Mohawk Place, Soundlab and Club Infinity, it’s noteworthy to hear Buffalo has a new music club set to open tonight.
Buffalo Iron Works, located at 49 Illinois St., Buffalo, will have a three-day grand opening weekend in the Cobblestone District.
Located in a 111-year-old masonry that is historically preserved, the venue can house…
blog by Ben Tsujimoto • November 13, 2013 @ 9:25am •
The list of music genres is never-ending—and, frankly, a little annoying—as contradictory words are occasionally plopped next to each other in oft-misguided attempts to compartmentalize musical styles.
We’ve heard of trap, ‘quiet storm’ and Zydeco—rather obscure niche genres—but Sleigh Bells’ noise-pop has deeper roots than we thought and has served as an adequate means of…
audio by Buffalo Eats Audio • November 12, 2013 @ 11:00am •
This week on the podcast our guest is my buddy Mac McGuire, the editor-and-chief of buffaBLOG.
We’ve been friends with the buffaBLOG gang for years now, Mac has been a Buffalo Foodie and appeared on episode No. 11 of Eat It Up.
We invited Mac back to the podcast studio to talk about the last two years, how running a blog has taken over our lives, his thoughts on Buffalo’s…
gallery by Cody Osborne • November 10, 2013 @ 8:00am •
Macklemore is no stranger when it comes to Buffalo, NY. He started off the show by telling everyone that was in attendance at the First Niagara Center about the last time he performed in Buffalo.
It was a performance for about 20 people at some local bar, yet last night he performed for over 6,000 people at our area’s largest arena.
The show last night was a hit with everyone…
blog by Maria Redd • November 08, 2013 @ 8:34am •
This week’s ReddRoxx Rundown I decided to take a break from artists and switch my focus to one of the most important pieces to an artist’s career, the DJ.
I was able to recently catch up with an emerging jockey in the area, DJ Pino. In his short time in this industry, he’s done more than most and don’t expect him to stop anytime soon!
ReddRoxx: Thanks so much for…
Chicago-based emcee Chance the Rapper rolled through Buffalo Thursday, another show on a buzzy run that’s included his connection to Eminem and Lil Wayne.
The show was originally set to be at Waiting Room, but due to the overwhelming amount of tickets sold it was switched to a larger venue, the Town Ballroom. At a mere 20 years old, Chance has a bright future ahead of him.…
audio by moviemadness • November 07, 2013 @ 8:37pm •
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