EP Review: Love Buzzard – “Love Buzzard EP”
Following a good year or so touring around the UK in support of the likes of God Damn and Slaves, scuzzy garage punks Love Buzzard have released their debut EP, and it really is cracking stuff. Combining debaucherous riffs and blistering drums, this duo have a real intensity which is relentless throughout the 5 tracks on offer here.
Opening gambit Passion is right on the money with speed-blues riffage, before we’re hit with the energetic single Give It Some Range. The pace seemingly drops slightly for Heavens Got An Electric Fence before the frantic drum fills smash you in the side of the head. Normal service is resumed for the noise rock of Hands Aren’t Tied before the EP is closed off in style with the sub-two minute blast Beams.
If all this excellent music isn’t reason enough to check them out, the EP cover art is brilliant too – surely one of the best, slightly mad covers I’ve seen in a while.
Love Buzzard do whiskey soaked, hair flailing, dirty rock ‘n’ roll and they do it very well. Their debut EP is excellent, and they’re definitely one to watch.
A frantic debut EP of dirty, scuzzy rock 'n' roll from this incendiary duo. Turn it up to 11 and enjoy.