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Don’t Call it a Comeback, Light the Atlantic & Panic Synapse

For The Music Productions presents:
Don't Call It A Comeback, Light The Atlantic, & Panic Synapse with: Thrown Under The Bus, Chasing Adrium, Breckenwood, Chester Copperpot, & So Far So Good

Available for sale through the bands, at Filigrees Gallery & Boutique (1121 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo), or through: forthemusicbuffalo@gmail.com

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Don't Call It A Comeback: http://www.facebook.com/Causeitsnot

Don’t Call It A Comeback is a pop-punk band from Indianapolis, Indiana. Having been together for a little over a year, they strive to create music with substance and meaning, while putting forth an interactive and energetic live show. In their short time as a band, Don’t Call It A Comeback has already made a name for themselves in the local scene, sharing the stage with The Wonder Years, Man Overboard and Four Year Strong. They won over Sarah Saturday during the E.I.Y. competition, earning the spot on their local Warped Tour date for the Kevin Says Stage. To help push them to the next level, the band recently finished recording their first EP, Something Worth Fighting For, with producers Nate Adams and Daniel Inskeep. "As a band, we push to remain true to our roots, while releasing heartfelt music" as stated by vocalist Cody Almond. Something Worth Fighting For is a great representation of what Almond hopes to achieve with the music they write. Don't Call It A Comeback has hit the ground running and doesn't plan to slow down anytime soon with plans of another EP already in the works and constant touring for years to come. Joe of the band as told me "We can get you a show in Indy anytime you would need one."

Light The Atlantic: http://www.facebook.com/lighttheatlantic

Alternative/Power Pop/Punk. Formed in Dec. 2009 under the name Someday Came Suddenly and with our current lineup since Dec. 2010 we are an alternative/punk band out of Ann Arbor MI. We played our last show as Someday Came Suddenly and changed our name to LTA in late Nov. 2011.. 2012 is a big year for us. We are hoping to play 50+ shows and have an album that will be released in late Jan. 2012..

Panic Synapse: http://www.facebook.com/PanicSynapse

Post-hardcore/Metalcore. Band interests: Hanging out, Call of Duty, Halo, Music, World Domination, Caramel, etc.

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Thrown Under The Bus: http://www.facebook.com/ThrownUnderTheBus

Genre: pop punk/ punk rock/ hardcore
Members: Aaron-Vocals, Matt-Guitar, Carl-Guitar, Andy-Bass, Sean-Drums
Hometown: Buffalo, NY

Chasing Adrium: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Chasing-Adrium/113846995299658

Pop/Rock from Lancaster, NY. Chasing Adrium started as just 2 people. Now, over time, it has grown and became five people who all share the same interest in playing and writing music. We love every single person who has ever listened to one of our songs. There will be more to come very soon.

Breckenwood: http://www.facebook.com/breckenwoodmusic

With influences including The Goo Goo Dolls, Blink 182, Green Day, Guns N Roses, A Day to Remember and the Rolling Stones, Breckenwood is Nick Bonaventura, Will Folckemer, Cameron Kukla and Garrett Shea. Will’s bass lines careen brilliantly around Cameron’s drum fills while Nick’s lead guitar riffs and runs fly through the audience’s ears and Garrett’s vocals bring everything home. Since the bands inception in early 2011, Breckenwood has been playing all over the Northeast including headlining shows listed in cities like New York, NY and Kent, OH. The band has been featured in publications such as Artvoice and The Buffalo Spree. The new sound is what entices fans and grabs new attention. "They’re not limited to one single genre, instead incorporating a range of music styles, from hard rock to pop and beyond" says Buffalo Spree Magazine.

Chester Copperpot: www.facebook.com/chestercopperpotbuffalo

Pop-Punk/Rock. Chester Copperpot from Buffalo,NY (716) was formed in January 2011 and is Nick Wierzbicki - Guitar/Vox Eric Stachewicz - Bass/Vox and Joe Urban - Drums. Currently Chester Copperpot is getting ready to release its debut album this fall. This self proclaimed super group of musicians is overthrowing the basic understanding of alternative music. Its time to open your ears to what's new and different. Be sure to catch Chester Copperpot when we come to your town.

So Far So Good: www.facebook.com/SoFarSoGoodMusic

Pop/Rock from Hamburg, NY. Influenced by 90’s rock and a love of late night mischief, pop-rock group So Far So Good banded together after an inspiring shift at T.G.I. Friday’s. Losing their heads, the artists’ defiantly stole the defaced sign from the restroom door to claim as their logo. The four fled the scene, their act of vindication causing their jobs to be replaced with mug shots. That tarnished bathroom sign created the band’s iconic logo and marked the beginnings of So far So Good. The band resides in Hamburg, New York and consists of lead vocalist Craig McDorman, lead guitarist Jeff Foley, bassist Rob Buskirk, and drummer Ryan (Urwin) Urbank. So Far So Good made their debut in 2009 after gaining the attention of award-winning record producer Armand Petri. Taking influence from such artists as the Foo Fighters, Third Eye Blind, Weezer, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, So Far So Good has written a number of original singles, including the catchy riffs of “Last Call” and the edgy melody of “Something New”. Currently, the band is working with Petri to finish their first national studio EP “Through the Static”. The EP is expected to be released this spring followed by a national tour. From stealing signs to stealing the spotlight, the band continues to climb towards success, attaining a career that is So Far So Good.

Doors open at: 2:00pm, done by 11:00pm

For more information visit the online event page here.

When: Sun, Jul 1, 2:00 pm – 11:00 pm.

Where: The 40/8 at 810 Rein Rd, Cheektowaga, NY

Cost: Tickets are $6.00 presale, $8.00 at the door