by/ Aug. 5, 2015 12am EST
BuffaBLOG’s weekly local album reviews and event picks.
|Cemeteries - Barrow (LP)
Recommended If You LIke: Timber Timbre, Dead Man’s Bones, M83
Buffalo-turned-Pacific Northwest recording artist Kyle J. Reigle recently shared his latest collection of eerie dream pop. Inspired by the town of Fair Haven, NY, Barrow is available to order on tape and vinyl via Reigle’s Snowbeast Records.
|Howlo - Howlo (LP)
RIYL: Polaris, Grandaddy, Fruit Bats
The jangly 1990s alt-rockers released their long-awaited debut LP last Friday amidst a short Northeast tour. Howlo is the first release from Rochester label City of Quality Records.
|Super American — “Nevermind” (Song)
RIYL: The Front Bottoms, The Get Up Kids, All Blondes Go to Heaven
Super American, a merger of fellow pop-punk groups THICK WINTER BLUD and I Can See Mountains, shared the new lineup’s first track late last month. The re-tinkered quartet is planning to release additional new music early this fall.
| Local Show Pick of the Week
Who: Kevin Greenspon w/ Nick Gordon and Frank Napolski
Where: Squeaky Wheel
When: Saturday, August 8 @ 8pm