While their Moon Glyph debut was quite the entrance for Buffalo Moon, the MN psych-bossanova afficiando's forthcoming 7-inch finds them moving well beyond the constraints of summer themes and into the enchanted world of old Hollywood. "Low Tide Moon," the b-side, is an alluringly vivid portrait of nights spent on the Big Island (on a set somewhere in Burbank). It's amazing in that it recalls both Annette Funicello and Joe Meek, a credit to Elliot Kozel and Kyle Sobczak who recorded the tune on tape at Magic Fingers studio. "Low Tide Moon," which is a centerpiece on the Report V.2 compilation, is sitting high a-top my undeniable jams playlist right now, aka best songs of the year playlist, alongside "Round & Round" and Dent May's soon-to-be-released "Eastover Wives," which you can hear on Gorilla vs. Bear's July Mix. (It's a truly next level piece from Mr. May. Check the sax.)
Pre-order Buffalo Moon's Black Magic/Low Tide Moon 7-inch here. Highest rec'd. Do it quickly to, as their last tape sold out quicly. Buffalo Moon is about to head out on a trek throughout the Midwest & West, check tour dates here.
Buffalo Moon- Low Tide Moon by The Report|TCC