Crown Lands: The White Buffalo interview

Crown Lands: The White Buffalo interview

Crown Lands: The White Buffalo interview

“It seems like people are afraid to… say something these days,” muses Cody Bowles. “It’s interesting. Rage Against The Machine had a lot to say, System Of A Down had a lot to say, but there’s a lot of bands these days who like to play it safe.” 

Shy and softly spoken over the phone from their small home town just outside Oshawa, Canada, Bowles has a sweetness that obscures multiple steely sides. The prog fan who grew up listening to their father play drums to the whole of Rush’s 2112. The dextrous singer/drummer who studied Afro-Cuban and West-Ghanaian beats. A member of Canada’s vast indigenous community, with roots in Nova Scotia’s Mi’kmaq tribe. The LGBTQ+ representative who identifies as Two-Spirit (an umbrella term, specific to indigenous people, that covers all gender and sexual diversities outside binary genders). 



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