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AWOLNATION, Matt & Kim and Robert Delong are some of the familiar names headed to Alternative Buffalo’s day-long outdoor music event called Kerfuffle. The concert is set for 1:45 p.m. June 16 at Canalside and also includes musical acts Family of the Year, Mainland, Mansionair and Manchester Orchestra with more bands to be announced by Alt Buffalo, radio station 107.…

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The Witches Ball in the Hotel @ the Lafayette would usually stake its claim as No. 1 in Halloween's The 10 but alas, it's sold out. Don't fret, though; turn your fiendish frown into a sinister smile, as several other spooky events are slated for Western New York. Here's The 10, with special-edition spookiness levels (number/10 indicates creepiness): 1) Halloween parties …

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After a performance at Canalside opening for the Arkells over the summer and a slot on the 2014 Kerfuffle Before Christmas at the First Niagara Center, Los Angeles electronic artist Robert DeLong will scale things back for his first headlining gig in Buffalo at the Town Ballroom. The one-man band has been a rising act in both alt-rock and EDM crowds since debuting in 2013…

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Buffalonians and Canadians don’t see eye-to-eye on everything. Bagged milk. Mike Babcock’s career decisions. How to pronounce the word “about.” But thankfully, music – from the Tragically Hip to Sam Roberts to recent visitor Rush – continues to be our great unifier. The latest example of this bond is Hamilton’s Arkells, who delivered a 90-minute barrage of catchy hooks and…

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Indie rock. Alt pop. Classic rock. Ska punk. You name the genre, Canalside will have you covered this summer. The Thursday Concert Series for summer 2015 is out and includes a number of first-time bookings, as well as a few returning favorites. Two dates have been added, bringing the total number of Thursday shows to 12. With the exception of a limited number of VIP ticke…

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The maiden voyage of Kerfuffle took place over the summer at Canalside, and was a commercial and artistic success, offering many in attendance their first exposure to bands like Bear Hands and Bleachers. For 107.7’s first holiday show, a slightly more mainstream bill is being offered, via headliners Fitz & the Tantrums and the Airborne Toxic Event, but artists like Ju…