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The Molice to begin Residency at Misuta Chow’s

The Molice, a band that I have previously written about here and here, will be beginning a residency on select Thursday nights this fall at Misuta Chow’s at 521 Main Street downtown. The Japanese pop-punk trio just played to an enthusiastic crowd on Wednesday night at Mohawk Place. They kicked out jams from their upcoming album “Gate”, which will be released on October 12 on Robby Takac’s Good Charamel Records. If you haven’t been to Misuta Chow’s yet, what are you waiting for!?

Photo Credit- Lance Claypool
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This band’s upcoming residency is as good a reason as any to go downtown and check out the Tokyo inspired yakocho dining room, second floor arcade bar and iconic pink “Hello-Kitty” stairwell which has been blowing up the Buffalo area Insta-Twittergram sphere.

Get down to Chow’s for one or all of The Molice’s residency sets and introduce yourself and pick up a t-shirt or a CD. The guys and girl in the band are super nice and friendly, and though they don’t speak much English, they are more than happy to meet their fans. I have developed a friendly relationship with the band and I look forward to seeing them perform every time they play.

Photo Credit- Lance Claypool
Photo Credit- Lance Claypool

Written by Philip Wilkins

Philip Wilkins

Philip Wilkins is a Baseball, Hockey and Football fan and an avid Orioles, Sabres and Bills watcher. He moved to Buffalo in 2009 and has an MBA from Canisius College. He has a BA from the University of Colorado-Boulder -Go Buffs!, and has been a Buffalo fan ever since NHL '94 and the 4 Bills Super Bowls. He is a little down about Ryan O'Reilly getting traded but these feelings are more than offset by the acquisition of Rasmus Dahlin, the #1 overall draft pick in this year's NHL Entry Draft.

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