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12 Shows to Put On Your Radar in November

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Bob Moses / Photo x Brook Linder

With the holiday season quickly approaching, it’s pretty easy to start focusing on family dinners, gifts, and finding a solid tree, but don’t forget that Buffalo still boasts some fantastic shows, an always nice excuse to take a breather from what tends to be a very overwhelming couple of months. And just in case you’ve missed any show announcements lately, we have you covered. Here are the 12 shows that should be on your radar for the month of November.

 

 

S U R V I V E

DATE: November 3rd

LOCATION: The Studio at Waiting Room

COST: $15

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Following the hype of the well-received Stranger Things score, the buzzing Austin synth band brings its well-timed tour into town.

 

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DATE: November 4th

LOCATION: Little Baltimore

COST: $3

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Members of Tomoreaux, Holland Purchase, Yellow House, and more tackle My Bloody Valentine’s seminal shoegaze album Loveless at the always busy West-Side living room venue.

 

Broncho

DATE: November 7th

LOCATION: Mohawk Place

COST: $10

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The Oklahoma indie-rockers make their latest attempt to play the Queen City. Assuming the band doesn’t cancel again, locals Bold Folly and Dreambeaches will provide support.

 

Bob Moses

DATE: November 7th

LOCATION: Waiting Room

COST: $1.07 – $10

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Rising Brooklyn electronic duo rides some steady buzz into After Dark Entertainment’s home base venue.

 

Adeline Hotel

DATE: November 10th

LOCATION: Milkie’s on Elmwood

COST: $5

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The rootsy sad-rock project of NYC musician Dan Knishkowy heads to the Elmwood Avenue lounge for a solo show with local folkies Andy Pothier and Oats Holy Roller.

 

 

New Order vs Depeche Mode

DATE: November 12th

LOCATION: Mohawk Place

COST: $5

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Presented as always by Transmission Dance Party, the yearly battle between the 80’s synth-rock heavyweights commences at the throwdown’s home base venue.

 

The Good Life

DATE: November 14th

LOCATION: Mohawk Place

COST: $12-$14

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Cursive’s Tim Kasher brings his introspective side project to town to perform tunes from his 2015 album Everybody’s Coming Down.

 

Yellow House

DATE: November 16th

LOCATION: Dreamland

COST: $5

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Member of Love Canal, Skateboard, and Tomoreaux will share songs off of its debut EP, the punk infused shoegaze record Songs of Limbo, along with help from Sonny Baker and the Slums.
songs from limbo by Yellow House

 

Cooler

DATE: November 19th

LOCATION: Nietzsche’s

COST: $5

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90’s emo-rock revivalists celebrate the release of its new EP Phantom Phuzz at Allentown’s live music staple.
1993 by Cooler

 

Ted Leo

DATE: November 19th

LOCATION: The Studio at Waiting Room

COST: $13-$15

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The progressive punk singer-songwriter takes the stage at the cozy upstairs studio space.

 

 

Sammus

DATE: November 27th

LOCATION: Dreamland

COST: $6

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The NPR approved, Ithaca-born activist/rapper brings her “Weekend Warrior Princess Tour” to Buffalo for an eclectic bill at the Allentown DIY space.

 

Midnight Snack

DATE: November 30th

LOCATION: Nietzsche’s

COST: $7-$10

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The eclectic, Asheville, NC art-pop act makes its welcome return to Buffalo as it nears the end of its month-long North-Eat tour.

+ Don’t Forget:

Band of Horses @ Town Ballroom 11/2, Danny Brown @ Town Ballroom 11/3, Shonen Knife @ Mohawk Place 11/4, Sugar City Soul Night @ Milkie’s on Elmwood 11/5, Bear Hands @ Waiting Room 11/11, Mount Moriah @ The 9th Ward 11/15, Honey Coma @ Dreamland 10/22, Night Slaves @ Mohawk Place 11/25

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