Búho – Endless/Blur – Video

Búho from The USA released an eponymous single earlier this year.

Búho - Endless/Blur - Art-work

Búho – Endless/Blur – Art-work

A new video has just surfaced for the A side –  Endless/Blur.

Self Titled – Single – Buho is available on iTunes*.

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New Year Ninety 2014 – 80 to 71

As is always the case on the New Year Ninety Chart, sadly there are bands who have disbanded. I would like to thank all the bands who have now gone their separate ways, thank you for doing what you did – those bands appear on the chart because behind them lies a wake of people who still enjoy their music.

Emerging Indie Bands

Emerging Indie Bands

80. Love X Stereo (South Korea)

Glow – Love X Stereo is available on iTunes*.

79. Vera Lynch (England)

Evil Cowboy Surfer Songs – Vera Lynch is available on iTunes*.

78. Búho (USA)

Beggars Teeth – Buho is available on iTunes*.

77. The Banter Thiefs (Scotland)

Rockstars – The Banter Thiefs is available on iTunes*.

76. The Antics (USA)

Love and Roses – The Antics is available on iTunes*.

75. Gobuzli (England)

74. Little Dove (USA)

Little Dove is available on iTunes*.

73. MAUD – (England)

The Navigation – Maud is available on iTunes*.

72. Emy & The Bears (France)

71. The Wired Era (USA)

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Búho

Búho an industrial rock trio from San Antonio in the USA is Brad Angotti (Guitar / Vocals), Mauricio Gudiño Jr. (Drums) and Andrew Elizalde (Bass).

Búho - industrial rock from the USA

Búho – photo credit Josh Huskin

Like heavy steel girders looming up above, Búho have an industrial oppressiveness which immediately works its way under the skin as the trio provide music which broods darkly into the room. Tracks pull in references from a range of genres whilst standing iconically individualistic. The relentless mechanistic progressions hammer the head into submission and the audience is left in no doubt that this is a sound intended to reflect of the current status quo.


Somewhat experimental in nature the trio do not take that path too far so the listener is able to focus on the direction of the material whilst enjoying and revelling in the side-steps.

There are times when gloom and doom is a perfect space in which to wallow with music and Búho give no avenue of escape with their troubling, rumbling wall of sound.

A re – mixed / recorded and mastered version of their 2012 EP Beggars Teeth is on release through Crowquill Records which will also be available as a limited run cassette.

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