Tag: Buffalo Killers

Country Fried Rock (POPMATTERS) : Andy Gabbard Interview (Buffalo Killers)

Buffalo Killers’ songwriter Andy Gabbard debuts his solo album, Fluff, which is anything but that. Andy Gabbard‘s debut solo album, Fluff, definitely does not live up to its title. This trippy-tinged collection of tunes brings fuzzy pop sense to Gabbard’s writings that do not fit the Buffalo Killers’ vibe. Fluff is not “trouble in paradise”; […]

ALLMUSIC premieres ANDY GABBARD’S solo album “Fluff”

STREAM THE ALBUM VIA ALLMUSIC HERE Album Premiere: Andy Gabbard of Buffalo Killers Gets Blissed Out On His Fuzzy Solo Debut, ‘Fluff’ By Chris Steffen Andy Gabbard has been performing as guitarist and vocalist for Cincinnati-based rock band Buffalo Killers for nearly a decade, and is now stepping out on his own with his solo […]

POPMATTERS : Buffalo Killers – Stand Back and Take a Good Look from Alive’s 20th Anniversary album

by Brice Ezell In paying tribute to the extensive catalogue of the classic rock ‘n’ roll label Alive Naturalsound, the Ohio group Buffalo Killers take on a tune by an under-the-radar ’70s power pop outfit. Rock & Roll Is A Beautiful Thing, indeed. As a part of this year’s Record Store Day, the Alive Naturalsound […]

CINCINNATI BEAT review of ANDY GABBARD “Fluff”

Fluff is a magnificent Rock & Roll album overflowing with so many stellar, brain-burrowing melodies, it’s more than fair to call it a Power Pop record (emphasis on both the “power” and the “Pop,” equally). Gabbard recorded the entire album in one 12-hour session and played all of the instruments, something you would never guess […]

DIFFUSER.FM premieres Andy Gabbard’s ‘Octoman’

“I tried to keep the song as weird and silly as I possibly could.” Any explanation of a song that starts out like that, consider us intrigued. That description comes to us straight from Andy Gabbard, frontman of Cincinatti’s Buffalo Killers, who is gearing up for the release of his debut solo effort, Fluff, on […]

SPIN premieres ANDY GABBARD new video “More”

by Rachel Brodsky With its “Saved By the Bell”-esque neon detailing, obvious lo-fi production, and ironic zoom-in/zoom-out camera trickery, Andy Gabbard’s “More” video could easily be written off as little more than a collection of gimmicks — good thing then that all of those visual aspects make the clip all the more charming. Playing off […]