Here is what bands you need to see this week.
Part Shozegaze, part Noise, The Branch Davidians will convert you with their unique sound. Musical Duo, Laura Quattrociocchi and Ben Stephanus, have created unique pop songs. The lyrics have a satirical bent that will please the hipster in you. The Duo preforms March 8th with Orations and Dead Lounge at Bug Jar.
Singer-Songwriter, Ryan Sutherland graces the stage March 9th at Bug Jar. Modern day Folk, Sutherland’s music is like comfort food for your ear drums. Its is honest and profound music that will warm your heat and captivate you. Ryan Sutherland will be preforming with Maia Dobbs and The Dirty Pennies.
It has been a long time coming, but Scholar once again steps on stage. The melodic punk rock band has always put on a high energy show. It is good to see them back on stage and rocking out. This will not be a show to miss. Scholar plays March 11th at The Firehouse Saloon. They will be preforming with The True Believers, Highest Leviathan, Tugboat, and The Capitals.
Sisters of Murphy
What better to celebrate Parade Day then go get wasted and listen to Celtic music? The seven piece, Sisters of Murphy, has spent the last ten years playing as if every day was St. Patrick’s Day. So March 12th head over to Flour City Station and get a little Irish in you. They will be preforming with Jumbo Shrimp, Zac Brown Tribute Band, and This is a Call.
One of Rochester’s favorite feel good jam bands, it is a band you do not want to miss. With a big sound combining funk and American Roots, they will get even the most up tight person dancing. So light up and get ready for some of the most tripped out reggae you will ever hear. Thunder body will be playing March 9th at Flour City Station.
Harking from Geneseo NY, Soft Cough is a uncommon garage pop band. Self described at Ghoulcore they describe their influences as ‘hanging out in haunted houses’. While their lyrics do touch on the Occult, their sound is upbeat and poppy, creating a unique mixture. March 12th at Vineyard Community Space, they preform with Jouska, Peach Pitts, and Beds.
The Lanthan Mire
Based on novels by L. Harke, Lanthan Mire’s show is something to watch. It combines the sounds of ambient metal and psychedelic imagery creating a strange experience. It is hard to describe just what to expect at the show. Just know the influences originate from sci-fi literature. It is something you do not want to miss.March 13th at Bug Jar the band plays with Acuity Void and Patti Feldman.