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Ultimate F-You Song: Black Satellite - "Blind"

Black Satellite “Blind” Endless I love this song.  From the beginning, you get hooked by the guitar; then those vocals come along and drag you with them.  Comprised of Larissa Vale (vocals) and Kyle Hawken (guitar), Black Satellite was founded …

Never Letting Good: Mr. Byrd - "I'll Never Let Go"

Mr. Byrd “I’ll Never Let Go” Steel Cold Train Welcome to Jeremy Byrd, or Mr. Byrd, from Cold Water, Alabama.  What a gorgeous voice, full of longing and emotion, written for the one who got away but never leaves Mr. …

Glad To Be Sad: The Pacing Party - "Creep/Freak"

The Pacing Party “Creep/Freak” fine What a tremendous sound The Pacing Party have.  Think Conor Oberst singing lead for Modest Mouse with a more melodic sound.  That’s what The Pacing Party has.  Daniel Gardner, front person for the band, says: …

Bonanza Campout The Festival You Can't Miss This Summer

                          Bonanza Campout is offering an experience that can’t be passed up on this summer. With a lineup that includes Ms. Lauryn Hill and Nas this is the …

Beauty Incarnate: Kacey Johansing - "Bow And Arrow"

Kacey Johansing “Bow And Arrow” The Hiding Kacey Johansing has this tremendous style and voice and lyric writing.  Johansing was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan and raised in the mountain towns of Colorado. After leaving Berklee College of Music in Boston, …

The National Announce New Album - Hear the First Single

The National have announced the release of their seventh studio album, Sleep Well Beast – their first album in four years. Sleep Well Beast is scheduled to be released on September 8th. Check out the tracklisting and listen to the …

Sad Music For Sad People: Trü - "Trouble"

Trü “Trouble” Trü What a great band Trü is. Coming from New Jersey (is it the nearest of NYC that allows the growth of such great music), Trü sounds like the marriage of Belle and Sebastian with Silversun Pickups, and …

Indian Psychedelia: Imaad Wasif - "Far East"

Imaad Wasif “Far East” Dzi I cannot begin to tell you how much I love Imaad Wasif.  Everything about him is so special.  Coming from India, Wasif translates his roots into a cauldron of East meets West and comes up …

Atmosphere: Steevo Nuissier - "Blue Design"

Steevo Nuissier “Blue Design” Steevo Nuissier has a new song out, and jeez, it is tremendous.  The cello work makes this song move so beautifully, and the vocals, with that slight echo, makes the song even that much better.  This …

Power Pop: The Big Drops - "By The Water"

The Big Drops “By The Water” Time, Color What a great sound.  Imagine, if you will, if Julian Cope was a member of the Beatles during their Revolver stage.  You would get The Big Drops.  The way the music twists and …

College Rock: Hiber - "What You Wanted"

Hiber “What You Wanted” What You Wanted Coming from Chicago, Hiber really brings something new to the power pop/alt scene, some adrenaline the genre was missing.  Comprised of Danny Surico / Vocals, Evan Pinter / Guitar, Dan Lieber / Drums, Yoo Soo Kim / …

Still Punk After All These Years: Jason Loewenstein - "Superstitious"

Jason Loewenstein “Superstitious” Spooky Action Thank the god of punk rock for Jason Loewenstein.  His work has always been one of the backbones of punk rock, through his time with Sebadoh to his solo work.  The new album is full …

Power Punk: Bloody Your Hands - "Bad Weather"

Bloody Your Hands “Bad Weather” Monsters Never Die Pulling me close with your tender hands. Pushing me back with your eyelid razors. Holding me down with your funny kind of love. When your song has a chorus like this, you …

True Love: Holy Oak - "Isabelle"

Holy Oak “Isabelle” Second Son Neil Holyoak wears his heart on his sleeve.  He has this absolutely heart-breaking voice.  When he sings his song for “Isabelle”, I become extremely jealous of her.  Holy Oak is just so much in love, …

Foster The People Return with A Dance-y EP

In 2011 Foster The People debuted their incredibly successful debut Torches, which saw the culmination of their creative efforts from years of playing clubs and small festivals to gain recognition. In 2011 music blogs were still hot, music was still …

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! …

Soulful Front Man : Matthew Logan Vasquez "Does What He Wants"

The leading man from one of my favorite bands, Delta Spirit, has launched his second solo album entitled “Does What He Wants”. Matthew Logan Vasquez’s first solo album, “Solicitor Returns”, carried a more heavy metal tone throughout its entirety that …

Audio Fuzz on Spotify :: Follow Us!

The time has come to stream all the newest music you’re finding on the site from our newly updated Spotify playlist! We have artists and songs covered on Audio Fuzz as well as some tracks from the “Best Albums of …

They're BACK: Rainy Day Crush - "Heartbreak (And How To Get Over It)"

Rainy Day Crush “Heartbreak (And How To Get Over It)” I’m Still Alive Rainy Day Crush are back in a strong way.  This is the way Power Pop should sound; resounding chords crashing down, vocals to die for, a melody …

Crumb's Psychedelic-Jazz Is Food For The Soul

There’s something to be said about attaching genres to music these days. You can’t really do it anymore. Crumb’s self-titled debut EP is a perfect example of melding musical genres. At first listen it sounds like you’re listening to Zero 7’s …

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