More about Nietzsche’s & DJ Milk

Well it’s On like “Bang A Gong”!  BSA & DJ Milk are return­ing to Nietzsche’s for Round Two!  The first time under the Hall­walls Con­tem­po­rary Art Center’s ban­ner, with the bless­ings of Ed Car­doni, Steve Baczkows­ki and LeRoi John­son, Rick James’ broth­er and back-in-the-day man­ag­er, BSA brought RJ & The Stone City Band’s swag­gado­cious music back to life :

For round two Cory Per­la, the Music Edi­tor at The Pub­lic, Buffalo’s free paper and web­site for those “in the know” has cho­sen BSA to “caramelize” the music of Prince and their newest release “All You Zom­bies Dig The Lumi­nos­i­ty” with DJ Milk spin­ning & win­ning before­hand, in between and clos­ing the night so even the BSA crew can get their “dance on”!

DJ Milk has been a part of the Buf­fa­lo music and video pro­duc­tion scene for over a decade. Milk is not only a DJ he is a per­former, a media per­son­al­i­ty and force with­in his com­mu­ni­ty. He is noto­ri­ous for bring­ing that spe­cial ener­gy to a par­ty when spin­ning or not. When not spin­ning at the hottest clubs, lounges and con­certs in Buf­fa­lo, uou can catch him on tele­vi­sion on WGRZ Chan­nel 2’s seg­ment Arts 2 Enter­tain­ment every Fri­day and Sat­ur­day giv­ing a break down on the weeks hottest events in Buf­fa­lo. Milk’s most recent gig took him to St. Croix where he got to let his Soca vibe out. Milk is best known for his ver­sa­til­i­ty, spe­cial­iz­ing in mul­ti­ple gen­res of music which appeals to a wide range of audi­ence. Whether rock, soul clas­sics, hip-hop, pop, house, dance­hall, reg­gae, reg­gae­ton, soca or sal­sa. DJ Milk knows the songs that will make you dance!

Nietzsche’s is one of Buffalo’s tru­ly leg­endary venues—not only because it is a linch­pin in the local scene but because of its wel­com­ing rep­u­ta­tion among nation­al and region­al tour­ing acts, and because of its his­to­ry as the jump­ing-off point for many local musi­cians who have moved on to big­ger things; Ani DiFran­co is the most famous, but by no means the only of these.  Nietzsche’s is a fix­ture in Allen­town.  The club’s own­er, Joe Rubi­no, opened his doors near­ly 25 years ago. He was a part­ner in a long-gone West Seneca club called Frodo’s but was look­ing for a new ven­ture. His accoun­tant, a high school friend, told him about a cav­ernous joint in Allen­town that was up for sale. The rest is local music his­to­ry!

The Pub­lic is West­ern New York’s true alter­na­tive media source, offer­ing an hon­est and enter­tain­ing look at a fast-chang­ing region and the whole spec­trum of its culture—from pol­i­tics to the­ater, books to visu­al arts, music to food and drink.

Burnt Sug­ar Arkestra Fam­i­ly … now You know!