Everything about the The White Buffalo is larger than life; from his towering stature, to his dissident style, and his quaking bravado. With a musical history that began with the country albums his parents preferred his eclectic personal tastes range from Waylon Jennings to the brooding clamor of Radiohead, Elliott Smith and Tom Waits. These touchstones steep into his harrowing lyrical content, a mix of lament and sincere melodic lightness.
Rising from the gratis of West Coast living, from his birth place of Oregon along the California coast - the White Buffalo developed a keen sense of processing the world around him that manifests itself in his sound. During his time living in San Francisco the Buffalo waited tables, raised hell, and collected his lyrical content through the characters and experiences he encountered.
At moments his songs are wrought in tenderness, in the next he allows the grit to surface. His new self-titled EP evokes imagery that uncovers the places that we often shy away from but ultimately should embrace.
1. Where Dirt and Water Collide
2. Love Song #1
3. 10 'til 2
4. The Matador
5. Devil is a Woman
6. The Moon
-produced by Koool G. Murder
-mastered by Robert Carranza
-photo by Scott Soens
-art direction by Chad Early
-all songs written by The White Buffalo, The White Buffalo
-copyright 2005 The White Buffalo