New Buffalo comes from that fine Australian female pop singer tradition that brought us both Olivia Newton-John and Natalie Imbruglia. Well, not really. Although her voice has that same high fragility as her countrywomen, Buffalo’s creator/voice Sally Seltmann follows more in the footsteps of someone like Björk, crafting strangely shaped pop songs around samples from old-time Hollywood or 1940s Broadway musicals. Named among the top 50 of 2004 by Australian Rolling Stone, her latest is very romantic and a little bit wistful. ‘I’ve Got You and You’ve Got Me (Song of Contentment)’ could be a wedding waltz, while ‘No Party’, with all its oooh-ing and ahhh-ing, could actually come from a late 1970s sexual healing moment Ms. Newton-John might appreciate. Throughout, there’s lots of big band horns, keyboard effects, some strings, and very little electric guitar, but it all works. Sure it can get a little trippy at times. But that’s cool. We can dig it.