Fuzz - Fuzz (2013)
Fuzz is Ty Segall (drums / vocals), Charlie Moothart (guitar / vocals) and Roland Cosio (bass). They re heavy rock lifers three California bred dudes who have been refining their riffs and getting weird together since high school (which wasn t that long ago, actually). If you are not already aware of Segall, well, what s up? He s one of garage rock s most prolific sons.
Fuzz - Fuzz (2013)
Garage Rock, Psychedelic, Stoner Rock | In the Red Records
320 kbps | MP3 | unmixed | 2013 | 36:15 | 105 Mb
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01 Earthen Gate
02 Sleigh Ride
03 What's In My Head
05 Loose Sutures
He said he was going to take it easy this year, but by the time you finish reading this, the onesheet for his next record will have already arrived in your inbox. Moothart plays guitar in The Ty Segall Band and was also a member of The Moonhearts, which included Cosio on guitar. Way back in the early 00s, all three played in the Epsilons. Fuzz was formed a couple years ago as a collaboration between Segall and Moothart, but only recently did the pair have sufficient time to guide the band out of side-project limbo and into a recording studio. Since then, they have released two singles, 'This Time I Got a Reason' (Trouble In Mind) and 'Sleigh Ride' (In The Red). Around the time of the latter, Cosio joined on bass. They are not dabblers or dilettantes. Fuzz flipped through used bins, hard drives and record collections of the world, seeking out the finest weirdo cuts. The band s self-titled debut LP, which was recorded by Chris Woodhouse (Thee Oh Sees, The Intelligence), dives deep, drawing inspiration from the more esoteric reaches of heavy metal pre-history. There are Sabbath and Hendrix nods, obviously, but on 'Sleigh Bells' you might also catch a whiff of UK progressive blues business like The Groundhogs, particularly when the song quits its 10/4-time intro and reboots into fullbore choogle. Maybe you ll even glimpse the ghost of Australian guitar legend / sharpie guru Lobby Lloyde sniffing around 'Raise.' The mood is not light. The songs project a state of perpetual paranoia and eroding mental health. And as it should be, you know? It s a record for the burners.