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Orations, 8 p.m. March 29, Mohawk Place (47 E. Mohawk St.), $7. Nocturnal Buffalo act Orations will return to the Mohawk stage to celebrate the release of its latest collection of music. Since debuting in 2014, the quartet has been steadily sharing dark yet shimmering post-punk that recalls the likes of Siouxsie and the Banshees, the Cure and the Chameleons. Its fort…

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After a handful of 10th anniversary shows a couple of years back and some new music teases sprinkled throughout the year, the Buffalo quartet Misconstruity is returning to the local stage. Celebrating the release of Jay Zubricky-recorded comeback album “chè vuoi?,” the post-hardcore/emo quartet, one of the genre’s premiere groups during its run in Buffalo, will look to re…

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Here are my Top 5 local singles of the year. 1) Sixties Future – “Saint” In the time where much of indie music has some kind of gimmick, it’s refreshing to hear a band deliver some straight forward rock 'n' roll, and no local group did that better in 2015 than newcomers Sixties Future. On “Saint,” the first single from the act’s self-titled EP, the gravely Americana roc…

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Queen City Cartel’s reoccurring Thursday night showcase in the back room of Hardware will take a slightly darker turn later this evening at the Allen St haunt. The biweekly series, better known as QCC Presents, has hosted acts like Kharlos, Scajaquada Creeps and Pine Fever during its still short run, and for tonight’s double bill will welcome post-punk quartet Orations an…

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The Ice at Canalside. Rinks at Riverworks. Frozen expanses at Martin Luther King Jr. Park and pop-up sheets across the suburbs. After centuries of frozen winters across the region, ice is finally trending. And like any Buffalo trend, it’s about time it had its own festival. Enter Larkinville’s inaugural Ice Festival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. January 31 at four different loca…