The musician known as “Buck Flowens” is a traveler. Shepherdstown in West Virginia would like to lay claim to him, as he has preformed there on numerous occasions. Yet, there are other states that seem to claim him as well, as he has travelled to them.
States of harmony, states of confusion, states of bliss, states of rebellion; you can hear their influence in his music. He travels to different genres of music, often within the same song, or set of songs; songs performed chronologically adjacent to eachother, yet stylistically miles (or oceans) apart.
Rich with content, he continues to share his excess music with the poor. The Acid-Rap alternative album “Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion” is no exception to this non-conformist rule. Buck Flowens encourages experimental creative-commons and shared mixes; freedom, old school.