Buffalo Killers Dig Sow Love Grow

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Twisted South welcomes back Buffalo Killers to our weekly show on the heels of their latest album Dig. Sow. Love. Grow.

Buffalo Killers have been said to be a garage rock influenced by southern rock band from Cinncinati Ohio. Buffalo Killers place more emphasis on structured songwriting and lyrics that deviate from the typical Blues Rock topics.


Buffalo Killers sound just as American as their name. Brothers Zachary and Andrew Gabbard, plus Joseph Sebaali, bring the full-force blues rock. “Get It,” off "Dig. Sow. Love. Grow"., is gritty, loud and will no doubt beg the comparison to a handful of contemporary blues-rock bands like former tourmates the Black Keys and the North Mississippi Allstars. – Magnet
"Dig. Sow. Love. Grow." isn’t just another retro-sounding album that mimics bands of yesteryear. It’s a raw, real and commanding sound forged from grit that is as wide and expansive as the western plains, and is as mighty as it’s namesake. – Marquee Magazine

An organic summer stoner sound that's at once familiar and fresh.– Shindig!
They may not hail from the depths of Dixie, but Ohio-based beardy trio Buffalo Killers' roots stretch down to Kentucky, and they embody the sun-soaked south – not only in the hazy twangs of their 70s-style grooves, but also in their laid-back livin' and organic approach to music.– Classic Rock
 

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