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A Hidden Band With Potential

Like so many other rock bands, LowBuz is hidden on itunes. I stumbled accross it while I was looking at the artist Blackline, whose self-titled album I highly reccomend. I am rating this little-known group LowBuz with five stars. The album takes off like a rocket with "Run Away" and keeps your attention as you listen. Using a beautiful combination of distortion sounds and bass cords, this band possesses an element all too seldom found in inferior, cookie-cutter bands. Namely, their music has an epic feel to it. The lead vocalist Jeff Dixion avoids the common sissy voice (typical in the punk-rock scene) and gets down to business with an honest and unapologetic voice which is straightforward and pulls no punches and sends a message that he a rocker not a poser. Although every song demonstrates his talent "Swallow" is one of the stand-out vocal songs. "What's Done Is Done and "Struggle" takes a dark and brooding turn and shows not only Dixion's vocal talent by his stylist differences as well. "Not Like You" tends to creep into the pop-rock genre with the typical sounds which appeal to a teen head-banger. That is not to downplay the song, rather, it further displays Dixion's range of stylist abilites. Another outstanding quality of this band is the drumming. It's far too common in modern bands for the drummer to be outshined by the vocalist, guitarist, or bassist. For one reason or the other, bands are afraid to shine the spotlight on good drummers. Rock 'n roll has few David Garibaldi (Tower of Power) types anaymore. All bands think we're interested in now is the thrashing of the guitars. Thankfully, this is not so with LowBuz drummer LJ Gravine. Personally, I would have liked to see Gravine let loose more often in this album, but "Point" and "Crush" show that he knows hsi stuff. All and all, this band is outstanding and I certainly hope that we will see more them in the future.


these guys sound real good, and different. real rock and roll.



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