Show up to Mohawk Place in downtown Buffalo tonight for an electrifying grassroots rock and roll show that’s sure to blow out both the speakers and your eardrums.
Headlining, and celebrating a 2-year anniversary, is Buffalo’s Ugly Sun. This thrilling trio plays an intoxicating form of raw indie rock that’s wrought with emotion and isn’t afraid to venture outside the grimy garage and into a vibrant garden. It’s a dynamic sound you can feel and, best of all, will jumpstart your heart rate like a bolt of lightning. All of Mohawk is going to be singing and rocking along to this performance so get into it.
Philly lo-fi four-piece, Qwark, will also be taking the stage with their delightful and deafening super rock records in tow. Seriously, these guys are loud as hell and could shatter a nerd’s lenses with the stroke of a single chord. Fun and rambunctious, Qwark also smudges the boundaries of garage and indie rock that makes for a can’t-miss set.
Rounding out the bill are local pensive rockers, The Eaves, and snobby pop punk act, SMUG. Show at 7pm. 16+ with ID. Buy tickets here.