Crunk Witch / Fawn / David Nolf Trio / PizzaDoughnuts

    When:
    October 15, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
    2017-10-15T19:00:00+00:00
    2017-10-15T23:00:00+00:00
    Where:
    Mohawk Place
    47 E Mohawk St
    Buffalo
    NY 14203
    Contact:
    Mohawk Place
    Crunk Witch / Fawn / David Nolf Trio / PizzaDoughnuts @ Mohawk Place | Buffalo | NY | United States

    *** SUN OCT 15th @ MOHAWK PLACE in BUFFALO ***
    18+ | $5 | Doors @ 7pm

    10:15 – David Nolf Band
    . 9:30 – Crunk Witch (from Maine)
    . 8:45 – Fawn (from Indiana)
    . 8:00 – PizzaDoughnuts

    Let’s Party!!!

    Crunk Witch, comprised of Brandon Miles and Hannah Collen, is a bass heavy bit-pop duo from Presque Isle, Maine. This husband and wife team has been delivering their fantasy fueled blend of pop/rock, 8 bit synths, and drum & bass production since late 2009. Their latest album entitled Heartbeats in Hyperspace was released on August 13th 2014, and sold over 2,500 copies in its first week. Soon after, Paste Magazine named Crunk Witch: “one of the best bands from Maine” in their 50 States Project. Back in 2011 the band generated a heavy youtube buzz when their song “Battle Beyond” was featured in a video that was seen over 30 million times. Now a full time touring act, the duo plays over 100 live shows a year nationwide.

    “Crunk Witch are dramatic in all the right ways. Silly and sincere and wholly invested.” – Portland Phoenix

    “A big sound showcasing a mastery of production and vocal fireworks.” – The Big Takeover

    Fawn is Will Johnson and Anne Malin Ringwalt. Combining elements of banjo, guitar, ukulele, synth and poetry, the duo aims to explore the often-ignored spaces between pre-established genres. Fawn’s debut EP, “Neither Dog Nor Car,” was released on November 5, 2016, and their first music video, for “Good Earth,” was premiered on NPR’s All Songs Considered TV in January 2017.

    Here’s their NPR piece: http://www.npr.org/event/music/504864928/first-watch-fawn-good-earth

    And a nice one from a Boston publication: http://soundofboston.com/song-premiere-the-good-earth-fawn

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