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The best kept secret in music


"24 Seven"

Hundreds and hundreds of years ago there was a thriving original music scene in New Jersey. Way back from 1986-1994. There was a pretty cool camaraderie amongst bands. It was fun. I got the same type of vibe last Wednesday night at the Wreck Room. I went to see the band LowBuz because I'm friendly with a couple of guys in the band. I LIKED their first cd, maybe because I liked them as people. Damn, these guys got better. I can honestly say I love LowBuz now and it has NOTHING to do with my friendship with them. Their new material kicks ass and JEFF DIXON has become the best unsigned vocalist in the state. If A&R people at record companies had minds that could formulate intelligent thoughts they would sign LowBuz NOW. - Steppin Out Magazine March 04

"More Music..."

Local acts LowBuz may soon have to change their name to Large Buzz. After you listen to their brand new cd "Breaking Point" you'll hear why people have been talking so highly about LowBuz lately. Of course tons of local bands have their own cd...but not with the packaging and production like this. Recorded at CRYSTAL STUDIO in Park Ridge NJ "Breaking Point" sounds as if some major label sunk $100,000 into the recording. How many local bands have a vocalist on the level of JEFF DIXON? How many local bands feature a bassist with gold records all over Europe? Catch LowBuz next Friday, Febuary 25th at A's in Bergenfield for their cd release party. Go to www.lowbuz.com - Steppin Out Magazine Febuary 05

"North Jersey Notes"

I found my new favorite band of 2003! Well, so far anyway besides MY band.The name of the band is LowBuz. I got wind of this band through All Boro Kings' Dave Neabore, who is also LowBuz's bass player. Dave emailed me and said "Hey, check out my new project!" So I did, just like I do when all you guys email me, and I was pumped to hear that there's still great music out there! Believe me, on this one...no sugar coating here! This LowBuz is the best commercial hard rock band that I've heard come out of this area in awhile. Yes, I am high on these guys! Rising from the ashes of other local New Jersey bands, guitarist Mike Koenig and drummer L.J. Gravine started writing songs in early 2001. Dave Neabore, know from his bass playing in bands like ALL BORO KINGS, DOG EAT DOG, and the legendary MUCKY PUP, soon jumped aboard the LowBuz train to strengthen and polish Mike and L.J.'s ideas. All they needed now was a singer. After months of failed auditions and false starts, the threesome stumbled upon Jeff Dixon, who seemed to just come out of nowhere. With Jeff's powerful voice (and I mean powerful), dark lyrics, and catchy choruses, the pieces of the puzzle were complete and LowBuz was born. The band immediately went into the studio and completed their debut self titled EP (which I'd like a copy of Dave!). The music on the EP is very diverse, ranging from the heavy and loud "Crush", "Clear", "Perfect" and "Not Like You" (All K-Rock ready) to the moody and melodic "Struggle" and "Nothing"(both possible Top 40 hits.) You can pick up a copy of LowBuz's self titled EP at Tower Records in Paramus, NJ, CD World, or Amazon.com. If you want to check them out first, you can do so at www.lowbuz.com - The Aquarian Weekly June 03

"CD Reviews"

LowBuz has in my opinion four (4) reasons for their success of their self titled 'LowBuz' CD - Jeff Dixon, Mike koenig, Dave Neabore and LF Gravine. These four musicians have the energy, stamina and definitely the talent to put out this cd project.

I have always been drawn to music that shows you the high and lows of the musical range levels and can do a good job at taking you to the edge and then bringing you back smoothly. Well LowBuz can do all this and more.

LowBuz has excellent written material, the vocals are outstanding, reaching those highs and lows on a wide range level. The rhythm section has some serious beats going on, drum action is spectacular, and the bass has a superb groovin' happening. Guitars have a hard drivin action. There are moments of laid back sounds too-that shows the super musicianship involved with this axeman. And those that possess this expert musicianship are: Jeff Dixon - vocals..... Mike Koenig - guitars.....Dave Neabore - bass.....LJ Gravine - drums.

Trip on over to the LowBuz Website at: http://www.lowbuz.com for your own spin on the 'LowBuz' CD. Make sure to check out 'Crush' - it's got that hot screamin' axe-tion going on.....'Perfect' - takes you from mellow to hard drivin guitars and vocals. Excellent job!!!.....'Struggle' and 'Nothing' in my opinion shows the talent and musicianship of this group. And the vocals are spectacular as always.

LowBuz is on the road to stardom, with talent like this there's no other place to be.

Muzik Reviewz
Mary Rudy - Muzikreviewz.com



Breaking Point


Feeling a bit camera shy


LowBuz return in 2005 with their new EP, “Breaking Point.” The CD features four songs which show the band moving in a heavier and more focused musical direction, while still retaining the power and melody of their previous recordings. Since the release of the LowBuz self-titled EP in 2003, the band has enjoyed success in the north New Jersey club scene, on college radio, and especially on internet music websites. Lead singer Jeff Dixon’s knack for catchy choruses and infectious melodies has made him one of the top rock vocalists in the state. Having had no previous vocal training, Jeff continues to blow audiences away when the band performs live. Guitarist and recording engineer Mike Koenig provides the ultra-chunky riffs, while pushing all the right buttons at Crystal Studio, home base for LowBuz and now a hot spot for up and coming local bands. Dave Neabore, bassist for such notable bands as Dog Eat Dog, Mucky Pup, and All Boro Kings keeps the bottom end anchored as well as providing musical production and art direction. The newest member of the band is lead guitarist Rob Tarulli, who was brought in to thicken up the sound and make sure the music is faithfully represented in the clubs. Drummer L.J. Gravine kicks his tight but complex beats and always provides a challenge with his off-time signatures. Now with the release of Breaking Point, LowBuz are finally ready to take it to another level. With exciting new songs like “On The Ledge”, “Point”, and “Swallow”, the band is looking to expand its fan base nationwide while continuing to write songs for an upcoming full length CD.
LowBuz is currently seeking proper management and label representation.