Sunday Folly: Se bisonte es negro y grande.

When I was 18, my friends and I took a trip to Burbank. We roamed the city, ate hamburgers, and listened to a lot of “At The Drive-In.” The band later broke up so Omar Rodriguez Lopez could go batshit insane in northern Europe and make the album “Se Dice Bisonte, No Bufalo.” While there is a familiarity with “The Mars Volta,” not as many have heard the work of the Omar Rodriguez Lopez Quintet (or whatever he’s calling it nowadays). Consider this your initiation:

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