BUFFALO KILLERS - Dig Sow Grow Love (Great stoner psych) MELLOW YELLOW LTD ED VINYL - LPALIVE
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Ltd to 300 copies . 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. 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. John Castino / Innocent Words
What the Jesus and Mary Chain were to the 80s, Buffalo Killers may well be to this decade, brilliantly bringing the beloved sounds of yesterday into a new millennium. - Jo-Ann Greene/All Music Guide
I have been into those guys for a long time. Back when they were in Thee Shams I brought them on the road with The Black Keys. I didnt hear anything from them for a while after Thee Shams disbanded until the next thing I know the Buffalo Killers first record is coming out. I bought a copy of it and was stunned, like Holy sh*t. They transformed from a good garage rock band to light years ahead of what they were doing in terms of songwriting, arrangement, and harmonies. - Dan Auerbach in JamBase T
heres another band like that I really love, from Cincinnati, the Buffalo Killers. They're a three-piece Mid-western rocknroll band - really f*cking good songs. - Chris Robinson in Mojo
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