Album Reviews, Music - posted on February 28, 2019 by

Review: Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle Premiere “Long Gone” Ahead Of Their ‘Stranger In The Alps’ Release.

Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle may claim Cincinnati as their hometown, but their old souls fit in quite well with us folks in the Bluegrass. The band is steeped in traditional folk and gospel music, covered in the blues, all the while their hearts are rock ‘n’ roll. That unique mix is what makes Buffalo Wabs standout from everyone else.

Their last album had a fantastic version of a classic hymnal of sorts, often sang by African Americans during the unfortunate years of slavery. “Down By The Riverside” embodies everything that makes these folks special. The harmonies, the hat tip to the “chain gangs” and the sheer energy they (more…)

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Music - posted on February 24, 2019 by

Buffalo Wabs & The Price Hill Hustle Ready New LP, Stranger in the Alps, out March 15th, 2019

The Cincinnati-based ensemble Buffalo Wabs & the Price Hill Hustle can be best described as ‘American’– from the mountains to Music Row, blues-gospel to traditional country, the Hustle combines parts of the American-born genre catalogue to create an energetic experience every single night.

This four-piece moves from fast-paced, foot-stomping anthems to harmony-laden ballads and traditional dirges of spirit and labor. “The group started around the love of music that moves you,” says drummer/vocalist and band spokesman, Casey Campbell. “ The music accompanies the story; and sometimes the music is the story by which we can all connect to one another.”

With the release of their third album, Stranger in the Alps, to be released March 15, 2019, the Hustle aims to increase their original music portfolio while paying homage to select tunes that have had lasting impact on the band. “This album explores the first co-writing the band has undertaken,” says Campbell. “And through that collaborative process we’re beginning to find more complex voices, more adventurous tunes that bridge our influences even more than before.”

The new original material featured on Stranger in the Alps is “a cross-section of stylistic (more…)

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