If you were one of the lucky attendees at Fuzz’s live show at Great Scott a couple of months ago, you can vouch for how uniquely awesome this band is. Somewhere, among the crossroads of stoner metal, psychedelic rock, and garage punk, you’ll find Fuzz, who are, in the best possible way, simply monstrous. Fuzz is one of the many projects of Ty Segall, garage rock’s most prolific son– and if you never knew that Ty is an INCREDIBLE drummer, well, just take a listen to this album, and you’ll understand. Charlie Moonheart (Ty Segall Band) on guitar and Roland Cosio (Epsilons, Charlie and the Moonhearts) on bass round out this very talented trio from San Francisco.
Live in San Francisco was recorded at an intimate gig this summer on Ty’s birthday. And while Fuzz’s studio recordings are unquestionably great, the band’s dexterity and raw power really gets a chance to shine on this live disc. Preview all the tracks on YouTube before grabbing a copy for yourself (and maybe a friend– this would make a pretty sick holiday gift) from Castle Face.