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Emo Night - Buffalo (The Medic Droid Edition)
Presented By FTMP Events
Friday, September 14th at 8:00pm EST
Online sale ends: 09/14/18 at 7:00pm EST
Mohawk Place
47 E Mohawk St
Buffalo, NY 14206
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FTMP Events Presents:

Emo Night - Buffalo (The Medic Droid Edition)
A throwback party featuring music from the early 2000's & beyond!

Featuring our special guest : Chris Donathon of The Medic Droid (OFFICIAL)
- & your favorite songs performed live on stage by: Cut Me Up Genny
- DJ Alexis Valentine (of Revival Recordings) will be spinning throughout the night!

Friday, September 14th
$8 Presale, $10 Day Of Show
18+ (ID Required) - No ID/No Entry
Doors open at 8:00pm

at: Mohawk Place
47 E Mohawk St 
Buffalo, NY 14203

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The Medic Droid was started in 2005 with Chris Donathon, Hector Bagnod and Johnny Chavez (Droid). Bagnod and Donathon first met in 2003, but Donathon moved away from the city after they met, only to return (and begin the band) a few years later. The group gained a strong initial following through the social networking site MySpace; by mid-2008 the song "Fer Sure" had logged almost 2 million plays on the site and the group had accumulated over 100,000 friends there.

Soon they were noticed by their now former manager Avery Andon who brought the band to New York where they played their first live show opening for Enter Shikari at The Bowery Ballroom and caught the eye of A&R's from Epic Records who would later go on to sign the band. The group eventually made two new songs "Keeping Up With The Joneses" and "FScene8", enlisting the help of Australian DJ S3RL to remix these songs. The Medic Droid was signed to Modern Art Records, a local Phoenix indie label distributed by Epic Records. They wrote and recorded their debut album What's Your Medium? and it was released June 10, 2008. What's Your Medium reached #33 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.

The band was heavily inspired by 1980's popular culture, taking their name from a character in the Star Wars sequel The Empire Strikes Back, writing a song based on a catch phrase from Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade, and even recording a version of the Madonna anthem "Into The Groove".

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8:00pm to 11:45pm
Doors open at 8:00pm

General Admission: $8.00


Mohawk Place<br> 47 E Mohawk St<br> Buffalo, 14206



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