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Gabriel Kahane, 8 p.m. Dec. 7, Burchfield Penney Art Center (1300 Elmwood Ave.), $22. Composer and singer-songwriter Gabriel Kahane is set to make a special appearance at the Burchfield Penney on Friday. The NYC resident is currently on tour in support of his ambitious new record, the sparse and intimate "Book of Travelers." To prep, he took an unplugged, nearly 9,00…

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1) Trimania, 8 p.m. April 14 in the Tri-Main Center (2495 Main St.). General admission is $25 here, while single VIP is $50 and couples VIP is $80. Commentary: Buffalo Arts Studio presents a night of multimedia pleasure in the Tri-Main Center, with a wealth of live music, more than 50 art installations and a chance to meet many of the building's tenants planned. It's…

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Lazlo Hollyfeld & Friends Play LCD Soundsystem, 7 p.m. Dec. 31 at Town Ballroom (681 Main St.), $20. If you missed the longtime experimental-rock group pay tribute to the reunited DFA dance-punk act this past Halloween at a sold-out Mohawk Place, you have your second chance New Year's Eve at Town Ballroom. Following Lazlo's tribute set, stick around as the popular I…

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Silo Sessions, the live video session series filmed inside Silo City's grain elevators, recently returned with a new collection of performances. Since debuting in 2014, the ongoing series has featured short sets from touring acts like Nat Baldwin (Dirty Projectors), Small Houses and Julie Byrne to an eclectic array of local standouts including Andrew Biggie, Steve Baczwko…

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Last seen in Buffalo performing a 15-minute cover of Deep Purple's "Smoke on the Water" with slacker clown prince Mac DeMarco, instrumental act Delicate Steve is set to return to town for a show at 9 p.m. March 12 in Nietzsche's (248 Allen St.). The experimental rock project of New Jersey musician Steve Marion premiered in 2011 with the carefree album "Wondervisions" on D…

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If you have been meaning to get into local music this year and have been putting it off, then this weekend at Mohawk Place is your better-late-than-never chance with two nights devoted to area bands. Humble Braggers, formerly a one-man recording project of Tom Burtless (brother of Buffalo Eats’ Donnie), has since become a fully realized, soaring synth-pop act after the re…

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Last seen performing under the setting sun at last summer’s Silo Session launch party at Silo City, Brooklyn’s art rock act, Landlady (think TV on the Radio, Dirty Projectors, Peter Gabriel), will once again be in Buffalo, this time Wednesday in Mohawk Place as part of the latest Public Picnic fundraiser. A forthcoming joint venture between live video series blog Silo Sess…

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The Elmwood Village is one of Buffalo's proudest commercial and residential bastions for a bevy of reasons: its concentration of diverse businesses, nurturing and protective block clubs, walk- and bike-ability, and commitment to beautification, to list a few. One way to appreciate the 20-year impact of the Elmwood Village Association, which comprises a two-person staff an…