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Buffalo Sex Change is a sonic tantrum, a Rochester-based twosome that seeks the under-played, under-heard notes and riffs and re-works them into a garage-rock frenzy. The guitar-and-drums duo's minimal approach leaves room for maximum energy in the space it leaves open. This is pure, unadulterated, chaotic rock n roll. Man sex buffalo

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The band is loose in such a way that doesn't come off the least bit sloppy — sleazy, but not sloppy. There's space in there to let the music really flex and do its Man sex buffalo. To Pierce and Eddy, rock 'n roll is more about the energy, after all, along with a dreamy soundscape and occasional turns to chaos. Too much rehearsed Man sex buffalo and perfection can ruin this, and Buffalo Sex Change knows it.

Pierce and Eddy strolled into City offices for a sit-down to discuss the two-piece advantage and how they leave room for noise and chaos. An edited transcript follows. We moved back to Rochester and tried to figure what to do with just the two of us. We recorded a lot and tried different stuff, and what we wound up with was the two-piece where we played off of each other. Because we had played together so much, it felt the most natural as opposed to having programmed stuff.

It just felt right. It also helps with the writing side of it, because there are certain things you can't do, or you have an idea that isn't working. You can weed out stuff more quickly. In the recordings we do have some extra stuff, but we have it low in the mix.

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That way it has a more live feel. So if we speed up, we speed up together. It's not to a click track, which may make it difficult if we want to add more onto it later. Sometimes we write separate Man sex buffalo see if it works Man sex buffalo, give each other suggestions.

We're pretty open with one another. We've been playing music together for eight years now. We're still learning all the time, but we work well together. Some songs will have a freak-out or a noisy part, and that can last a minute if we wanted it to. There is some variation, but it's not really jammy.

You want to write good songs, but you also want to have energy, you want to have a little chaos in there, I think.

I feel the first record is darker than the stuff we're doing now — darker chords and stuff. Clayton Man sex buffalo writing Man sex buffalo now, so there's more of his influence on this record.

And I think we know a little bit more of what we can do. I want it to be a rockin' record, pretty upbeat. I've been listening to a lot of early rock 'n roll lately for the energy — People like Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard — and trying to absorb that energy.

Website powered by Foundation. Switch to the mobile version of this page. Was the plan always to be a duo? Two-piece performances are often more immediate and raw. When you add studio embellishments, do you introduce them live as well?

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Were there any kinks to get out, demons to exorcise? We got lot of positive response, especially from the name. We wanted something that people would remember. It was Man sex buffalo to us. What's your approach in the studio? We always do the drums and guitar at the same time. How do you write?

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How important is the noise and chaos in your sound? How is the next record going to be the same or different? Dadstache cares Jun 30, Subscribe to this thread:.

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