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Out Into The Wilderness

In the four months since I first got sent Cemeteries‘ beautiful album The Wilderness, the high-praising reviews have slowly but surely skyrocketed him to underground stardom. Yes, he’s still Buffalo’s best-kept goth-dream-pop secret and the mention of him outside certain circles still raises eyebrows, but this probably won’t last long. Cemeteries has recently released the […]

Buffalo’s real Wilderness

I seem to find it most difficult to write about an album when I like it very much, as if no paragraph could equal the emotions triggered by certain sounds. In a desperate attempt to do it right and make sense, phrases are rewritten, influences are infinitely googled, my music library is assaulted in a […]