Mr. Momo Albums of 2023
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by Mr. Momo
1M ago
I did not create a top in 2022 for various reasons, one of those being that I didn’t feel like it, but also because when I asked myself the question “Are there any 2022 albums that really stuck with me?”, nothing came to mind. Why? Was the year that bad? Probably not. But nothing resonated with me, except maybe All Them Witches’ Baker’s Dozen, though that was not really an album… Just wasn’t in the mood. Anyway, some albums stuck with me in 2023. They are here in no particular order because ranking is competition, and competition is a capitalist social construct responsible for destroying the ..read more
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Down The Hill 2023 Playlist
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by Mr. Stone
6M ago
A mighty playlist to help you prepare for this weekend Pics by Ms. Rifffox, words & playlist by Mr. Stone In the middle of nowhere in Northern Belgium, Which Mountain? are going to take us on a trip in a few days. Down the Hill might be small, but over the last couple of years, they cooked us up some sweet line-ups, taking it further with every year. After 2021’s 1 day only edition, and last year’s 2 dayer (check out a selection of Ms. Rifffox’ pictures below), we’ve been looking forward to what’s become an yearly pilgrimage to Down the Hill, with another killer line-up this year, that s ..read more
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Videoclip Premiere : Wolf Prayer – Luna
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by Mr. Stone
8M ago
Wolf Prayer comes back with a new single and video clip, announcing their upcoming new LP Wolf Prayer is a Stoner / Fuzz Rock band from Saarland, on the western border of Germany. Formed in 2015, the trio released a self-titled EP in 2017, re-released by Barhill Records in 2019. Their debut album, “Echoes Of The Second Sun”, followed in July 2019, it’s been time for its successor to show itself. “Spell Of The Crimson Eye” is planned to land on October 6th this year, preorders are already running over Barhill Records‘ website, so if you like what you hear, don’t miss out on this! Musically, the ..read more
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Freak Valley Festival 2023 Playlists
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by Mr. Stone
9M ago
1 Playlist Per Day 2 Tracks Per Band More Than 4 Hours of FUZZ! In just about a week will be the 10th anniversary of the mighty Freak Valley Festival and our More Fuzz team is stoked to come back to this great festival with yet another killer lineup this year. Mr. Stone will be there, dropping live streams from the gigs, so make sure to stay up to date with our socials! Also, we traditionally compiled 4 playlists, 3 for each of the 3 days and a bigger one covering the whole festival so you can get an impression of what kind of sonic experiences await you in Netphen this year, have a look at ..read more
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DesertFest Berlin 2023 Playlist
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by Mr. Stone
10M ago
1 Playlist Per Day 2 Tracks Per Band More Than 7 Hours of FUZZ! This weekend is the Desertfest Berlin and our More Fuzz team is stoked to discover this new version of the fest, taking place in the Columbiahalle and Columbia Theater, with yet another killer lineup this year. Ms. Bell, Ms. Distel, Mr. Black Kraken, Mr. Stone, and Mr. Witchfinder will be there to report on the madness and capture it with both their ears and eyes. We will be dropping live streams from the gigs, a concise photo gallery of each day, and a complete report after the festival so make sure to stay up to date with our s ..read more
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BUddha Sentenza – High Tech Low Life Review
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by Mr. Stone
1y ago
Buddha Sentenza took 6 years to sharpen their art before presenting us with this worthy follow-up to Semaphora (#6 in my 2016 top), it might have been quite a while, but with this kind of result, definitely worth it! High Tech Low Life is their third long player, and with around 15 years under the belt, the Quintet from Heidelberg, Germany definitely sounds like a seasoned band, owning their sound with amazing skill and maturity. Each album is a milestone surpassing the previous one, taking the band and the listener further every time. How’s The Sound? Wholesome. I could stop this review he ..read more
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Son Cesano – Emerge Review
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by Mr. Joy
1y ago
Son Cesano‘s second album is a dreamy instrumental journey, just like their debut album Submerge, but as the title suggests, it is lighter, wider and more free. The songs take us with them, while they develop through all kinds of different stages, opening up vast atmospheric realms for us to explore. We find a well-balanced mix of jammy and proggy, and strong contrasts from dark to bright, which nicely resembles the album’s theme. How’s The Sound? The trip starts with a vibrant first song, ‘Monus Bonus’ builds up the energy that we need to lift us away from the clutches of gravity. Now that w ..read more
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Son Cesano – Emerge Review
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by Mr. Joy
1y ago
Son Cesano‘s second album is a dreamy instrumental journey, just like their debut album Submerge, but as the title suggests, it is lighter, wider and more free. The songs take us with them, while they develop through all kinds of different stages, opening up vast atmospheric realms for us to explore. We find a well-balanced mix of jammy and proggy, and strong contrasts from dark to bright, which nicely resembles the album’s theme. How’s The Sound? The trip starts with a vibrant first song, ‘Monus Bonus’ builds up the energy that we need to lift us away from the clutches of gravity. Now that w ..read more
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Horehound – Collapse Review
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by Ms. Sludge
1y ago
[Editor’s note: We’ve been sitting on this review since Ms. Sludge wrote it back in May, somehow we managed to miss it and never published it. I stumbled upon it again today which is why we are finally publishing it, sorry for the delay, but I’m sure this raw piece of darkness will definitely be of interest to many of you Fuzzers]   Horehound’s third full-length album Collapse “stands” on its own. Pittsburgh, PA’s maestros of doom/post-goth sounds dropped Collapse on May 27, 2022. For long-time listeners (and new ones alike) the maturity and texture on this album are sure to ple ..read more
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11th Alterna Sounds Festival
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by Mr. Black Kraken
1y ago
A hazy evening filled with heavy blues, stoner, psychedelic and prog rock infused tunes The eleventh edition of the Alterna Sounds Festival – organised by the Krach am Bach-crew – is taking place on the 5th November 2022 in Münster, Germany. The location is the venerable Sputnikhalle in the more alternative part of Münster and its two stages (hall and café) will be alternately used by the bands, so everybody can see and enjoy each band. This year we will see a Norwegian dominance in the line-up: expect doomy heavy blues by The Devil and the Almighty Blues from Oslo, stoner-infused desert rock ..read more
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