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Buho: 'Beggar's Teeth' EP

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Beggar's Teeth, Búho's second EP since their 2011 reunion, is surprisingly straight-forward and brief (this is the latest of several upcoming EP releases by the band). Producer Roland De La Cruz (guitarist in Cryin' D.T. Buffkin and the Bad Breath) coats the band in a murky menace. "Remainders," a standard for Búho (Spanish for "owl") returns in short form, marrying a metallic melancholy with a fitting tentativeness, and "Da-Doooom" combines post-punk "slow-fast" sections with classic grunge tone in the song's climax. Beggar's Teeth will be released at 9 p.m. Thursday, July 26, at Boneshakers ($5-$10, 306 Austin), as part of a bill that includes Buildings (from Minneapolis, Minn.), Slo-Poke, and God Townes.

★★★ (out of 5 stars)

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