Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters “Is This The Life We Really Want?”

Roger Waters has produced the closest thing we will get to a post-Pink Floyd record with “Is This The Life We Really Want?” This is a mammoth record that soars with an array of electronics, layered vocals, random-sampled commentary, acoustic … Continue Reading

Contest: Win 2 Tickets To See Kaskade at Hammerstein Ballroom!

1. Send a video of yourself dancing to any new Kaskade song to: ChrisRyan@AudioFuzz.com 2. Follow http://www.twitter.com/audiofuzz and “LIKE” http://www.Facebook.com/AudioFuzz 3. Post: “I LOVE AudioFuzz.com and I am SO excited for the chance to see Kaskade! #AudioFuzz #Kaskade” (show us … Continue Reading

Goldfrapp Exceeds All Expectations at Brooklyn Steel Show

To say that Goldfrapp was incredible is an understatement. Like their electronic predecessors (i.e. Daft Punk, LCD Soundsytem, etc.) they delieverd an unforgettable show that not only exceeded our expectations but left us with an insatiable urge to see MORE! … Continue Reading

Review: Methyl Ethel’s Mysterious and Addictive Alt-Pop

Coming from the remote coastal town of Perth the enigmatic and mysterious alternative rock/pop band Methyl Ethel has recently debuted their sophomore album Everything Is Forgotten. The follow-up to their debut Oh Inhuman Spectacle is a polished, well structured, and magnificent production … Continue Reading

New Pornographers New Album + Tour Dates With Spoon

The New Pornographers’ Whiteout Conditions premiers at NPR’s First Listen with new tour dates with Spoon. New Record is out NOW! Critically acclaimed supergroup The New Pornographers are premiering their forthcoming full-length record Whiteout Conditions via NPR’s First Listen, who call … Continue Reading

Best Albums of 2017 (So Far)!

The XX – I See You The third album by the enigmatic trio’s third album may possibly be there best yet as it incorporates their individual talents and makes it a cohesive and a multi-introspective effort. They cross several genres here … Continue Reading

The Shins ‘Heartworms’ — Best Effort Since ‘Chutes Too Narrow’

So while The Shins is technically a solo act again for James Mercer, the new album Heartworms is full of the richness and life that Chutes Too Narrow embodied–without the full band. Mercer has laid down an 11-track, exquisitely polished self-produced album … Continue Reading

Thundercat Makes Music FUNk Again on ‘Drunk’

Thundercat’s third album and latest release Drunk is an explosion of emotions for the vocalist and bassist Stephen Bruner who delightfully puts it all out on display with this well-rounded effort. There are moments of sadness, laughter, sarcasm, confusion, and the overall … Continue Reading

Hippo Campus’ Debut Album ‘Landmark’ Is Pure Indie Magic

Hippo Campus has delivered us one of the sunniest and melodically delicious masterpieces of 2017 thus far with their debut album Landmark. The album starts with a experimental electronic track “Sun Veins” that slowly slides into the glorious “Way It Goes”. … Continue Reading