6 Songs, 19 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Green Buzzard are teetering on the edge of widespread appeal and this short, sharp EP is a fine introduction. Their style is a proud mix of indie jangle and garage rock buzz. On “Crystal Eyes,” guitar tones swirl in a psychedelic haze. Acoustic strums provide ample crunch on “Green Time.” There’s a nod to Britpop on “Motorcars & Jaguars” and “(I Don’t Wanna) Break Your Heart,” as frontman Paddy Harrowsmith's laconic, melodic voice is in fine form.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Green Buzzard are teetering on the edge of widespread appeal and this short, sharp EP is a fine introduction. Their style is a proud mix of indie jangle and garage rock buzz. On “Crystal Eyes,” guitar tones swirl in a psychedelic haze. Acoustic strums provide ample crunch on “Green Time.” There’s a nod to Britpop on “Motorcars & Jaguars” and “(I Don’t Wanna) Break Your Heart,” as frontman Paddy Harrowsmith's laconic, melodic voice is in fine form.

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About Green Buzzard

An Aussie indie pop unit with a penchant for pairing big, Brit-pop hooks with Guided by Voices-esque garage punk, Sydney-based Green Buzzard's origins lie in the New South Wales city of Oberon. Citing artists like Pavement, Dinosaur Jr., and the aforementioned Robert Pollard-led GBV as influences, the band burst onto the scene in 2015 with the song "Zoo Fly," which drew praise both locally and from music taste-makers like NME, The Guardian, and Q Magazine. It also caught the attention of beloved Australian indie label I Oh You (Violent Soho, DMA's, DZ Deathrays), who quickly added the band to their roster and released their debut EP, Easy Queezy Squeezy, in 2016. ~ James Christopher Monger

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