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Listen: The Set List for July 2010

The Set List is a podcast produced by Buffalo Rising music writers Ann Marie Awad and Joseph DiDomizio, who discuss upcoming music events in the city.

Each podcast features our hosts recommending various local and national acts to see over the course of the month. Naturally, each show has its own local flavor, be it a local band, the recording location, or the Un-Celebrity Guest. The Un-Celebrity Guest is a local music savant who illuminates the hosts–and the audience–on a particular band or genre they are passionate about.

This month, Alex Johnston joins us to discuss the all strings metal band, Apocalyptica, while Ann tells you about Tokyo Police Club, and Joseph struggles to explain why Titus Andronicus is his pick in about 47 takes.

Listen: The Set List for July 2010

Titus Andronicus w/ The Halleljuah Hills (tickets)
July 13th
Ninth Ward
341 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14202

Apocalyptica (tickets)
July 17th
Town Ballroom
681 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14203

Tokyo Police Club (tickets)
July 25th
Town Ballroom
681 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14203

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Ann Marie Awad is a
senior English major at the University at Buffalo, who is also studying
journalism. Awad has been published in Artvoice, Generation Magazine and
Eat
Me Daily
. She has a passion for supporting local businesses, great
coffee and Saturday mornings at the farmers market.

Joseph DiDomizio is a local writer, filmmaker, and graphic
artist. He graduated from UB with a BA in Media
Study
and English, and has been writing about music, movies,
books and pop-culture for several years. A long-standing contributor to
Buffalo Rising, he has also written a couple full-length screenplays, a
handful of short stories, and been involved with the production of Nickel
City Chef,
as well as several short local films. Currently he is a
contributor to The Way Of The Buffalo
podcasts, and is developing a web serial, amongst other media projects.

Engineered and edited by Hugh O’Donnell. Additional podcast work of Hugh’s can be found at http://wayofthebuffalopodcast.blogspot.com.

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