3/29/18: Regular Fuzz

Regular Fuzz. That’s the phrase I use to refer to the usual straight up great rock & roll you hear on this radio program. Many weeks I’ll have a theme, as regular listeners know. Sometimes, I’ll feature a couple of bands at the end of the show. Well, I’ve decided to simply have Regular Fuzz shows, the anti-feature. Just two hours of straight up rock & roll. Two hours of the thick guitar riffs, psychedelic rock twists and spaced out grooves you’re accustomed to hearing over the internet airwaves of the Fuzz Factory.

Here’s the regular (as in regular high quality) playlist:

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What Used To Be French – The Secret Machines

Underground Star – Black Cab

Cooling Tower – Thee Oh Sees

Out Of Sight – Mondo Drag

The Thief – Sahara Surfers

Prelude / Deadly Nightshade – The Sword

Shadows Of Machines – Stone Deaf

Sparrow – Windhand

If Only Tonight We Could Sleep – Deftones

Seasons – Chris Cornell

Alabaster – All Them Witches

The Evil Has Landed – Queens Of The Stone Age

Here With The Hawk – Dead Meadow

Trees (Moon Duo Remix) – Föllakzoid

This Is Shangrila – Mother Love Bone

Lowdown – Electrafixion

Dogs Of Lust – The The

The Only Faith Is Love – Sulk

Smiling Faces – STAY

Black Cherry Pie – Jeff The Brotherhood

The Main Pretender – Ty Segall

New Rocker – Jason Loewenstein

Quiet Person – Urge Overkill

Calling Out Your Name – The Spyrals

Albuquerque Freakout – Holy Wave

Half Past You – Love Battery


The 80’s Were Dangerous But Worth The Risk

…or something like that.

Yeah. This week we travel to a very dangerous place, the 80’s. It’s the first ever Totally 80’s Fuzz Factory. The Fuzz Factory on SCAD-Atlanta Radio. Listen from 8-11 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org). Be there or be square. Got it? Your ears will give you a high five.

One thing is for certain. Time has not been as kind to the 80’s as it has with other decades. At least from my point of view. In spite of this, the diversity of sound in rock & roll was evolving with greater velocity. A lot happened in that decade. Here’s a few memories from the 80’s. Things you may hear tomorrow night. Tune in to find out.




Let The Black Angels Take You Away

Tomorrow night is the Black Angels concert. I am superpsyched because they are easily one of my favorite bands over the last five years. All four of the CDs and extra EPs are highly recommended rock & roll. As the listeners around these parts know – the Black Angels sound great on the Fuzz Factory too.

I still love looking forward to a great concert. I keeps me young.

Here are a some videos. Let the Black Angels take you away.