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Buffalo Killers: Dig. Sow. Love. Grow.

Last Updated 9/29/2012 3:51:31 PM

By: John Castino

Buffalo Killers Dig. Sow. Love. Grow. (Alive Records)Buffalo Killers

Dig. Sow. Love. Grow.

(Alive Records)

All’s tasty and alive with garage groove on the latest from Cincinnati’s Buffalo Killers.  Proficiently picking up where 2008’s Let it Ride left off, Buffalo Killers yield their finest, most honest effort to date with their fourth full-length release, Dig. Sow. Love. Grow.
This collection of atmospheric psychedelia is laced with the swamp blues of the Killers’ first three outings, coupled with a mature, melodic folk nuance sure to have you reaching for your lava lamp.  Although echoes of the James Gang’s soul, along with the Ohio three-piece’s time spent with the Black Crowes on the road and the Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach in the studio permeate the ethos of this album, make no mistake; this is a band with a voice and vision all its own.   Andrew and Zachary (the brothers Gabbard) blend with a sound made only possible through family harmony, guided by a Joseph Sebaali-led rhythm section that would make Jim Fox proud. 

Brilliantly sequenced, organically produced, and genuinely executed, Dig. Sow. Love. Grow. cements Buffalo Killers’ reputation for ’70s-infused tunes in a postmodern package and plants the seeds for growth on new musical horizons. 

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