Friday, September 14, 2012

CD Review: New Buxter Hoot'n Music In "Na Na Na" EP

San Francisco bay area rockers, Buxter Hoot’n recently released their new six-song EP entitled “Na Na Na.” This is the band’s fourth release and features some of their most intricate, atmospheric, progressive rock to date.
The album starts off with the slow pulsating beat of the title song, “Na Na Na” as the sound grows with the sing-along chorus. The band adds a bid of Dave Matthews Band flair to the fiddle-laden “Kids Those Days,” before picking up the tempo with the heavy, guitar-riff filled “Fake Heart Attack.” The band jams on the southern rock, Allman Brothers Band-style of “Hung Up” that you wish would just keep-on going. The album closes with the piano driven ballad “Better Way.”
Buxter Hoot’n recently performed at Viracocha in San Francisco, CA and has another show scheduled for November 15 at Bottom of the Hill. For more information on their new EP as well as tour dates, please visit