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Buffalo Killers

Tonight If you're down with Buffalo Killers' fellow Ohioans, label mates and recent tour partners The Black Keys, well, big shock: You're also bound to like this trio from Cincinnati. The sound is familiar blues-rock territory, area the Keys cove...

Buffalo Killers

Tonight

If you're down with Buffalo Killers' fellow Ohioans, label mates and recent tour partners The Black Keys, well, big shock: You're also bound to like this trio from Cincinnati. The sound is familiar blues-rock territory, area the Keys cover, too - distorted guitar smog, fat bass lines and pleading vocals. The Killers, who head out with The Black Crowes later this year, differ from the Keys and other six-string launch pads by seamlessly incorporating other juicy tidbits: trippy Beatles-like melody parts, touches of folk, hard-rock bluster, etc. It's hard to sound innovative plowing this sort of ground, and Buffalo Killers don't. But they do sound good.

The 10 p.m. show at The Aquarium costs $5, with openers Love at Bombsite and Giant Rider. (701) 235-5913.

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