Three years since their last performance in our studios, Buffalo Moon has gone through big changes in that time. Most notably: lead singer Karen Freire made the move to New York to clear her head after some personal trials. That transition follows the path of many local acts in recent years — members splitting time between Minnesota and other places out-of-state.
In any other scenario, this could make recording and collaborating pretty difficult. But for Buffalo Moon, it's a welcome challenge. The distance facilitated the creation of their best album yet, Machista. They've incorporated more South American influences into the mix and solidified their image. After a sold-out release show at Icehouse, the people of the Twin Cities agree: it's good to have Buffalo Moon back in action.
Songs performed: "Liar," "Hollywood" and "Machista"
- Buffalo Moon performs in The Current studios You'd never be able to tell that the majority of Buffalo Moon's members are originally from South Dakota (except for lead vocalist Karen Freire, who hails from Ecuador). Their unique hybrid of bossa nova, samba soul, and electropop is perfect for the oncoming winter when you need reminding that summer will, eventually, be back.
- Buffalo Moon performs in The Current studios Buffalo Moon's sun drenched sounds have moved off of the coast and into the jungle on their sophomore release "Selva Surreal." Appropriately translating into "Surreal Jungle," Buffalo Moon steps away from the breezy and dreamy sound found on their debut "Wetsuit" and dive into a psychedelic forest where laser sounds grow like palm trees.
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