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Kerfuffle, the annual daylong music event held at Canalside, no longer feels like a buzzy, new event. Now six solid years in, Kerfuffle has become a reliable early-summer staple promising big-name artists, sweet sounds and rocking rhythms to Buffalo’s alt-rock fans. On the first official day of summer, “the music event of the summer” (as dubbed by presenting radio stati…

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The best advice for this week is probably to stay inside and huddle under several layers of clothing. Buffalo will still have events going on next week, after all. We kid. The temperatures are expected to rise midweek, and while we might be reluctant to emerge from the warmth of our lairs, there are a handful of steamy events to make it worthwhile. Disney on Ice: Wor…

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Leyda, 8 p.m. Jan. 19, Mohawk Place (47 E. Mohawk St.), $6. New(er) to the scene outfit Leyda will celebrate the release of its new EP at Mohawk Place. After debuting at the tail-end of 2017, the indie five-piece dropped its self-titled, freshman collection of music last summer. The four-track release recalled the likes of fellow lyrically driven acts like Hop Along,…

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Catfish and the Bottlemen will return to Buffalo in a stripped-down form to perform at 6 p.m. Jan. 23 in the Rec Room (79 W. Chippewa). Presented by local rock radio 103.3 the Edge, January's performance will be the latest installment of the station's ongoing "Pop Up & Unplugged" series. Judah and the Lion and Band of Horses have previously performed under the serie…

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Suddenly, this band’s name is on the tip of every indie-loving cat in town and out there on the ether. Catfish & the Bottlemen – “sounds like the name of some blues band or something, man was I wrong!” as one commentator on the band’s Rdio page deftly put it – is a band from Wales, a group of young men that clearly fell in love with the brief explosion of neo-garage ro…