The Fuzz
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The Fuzz

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The best kept secret in music


"The Fuzz - 100 Demons review (3 .5 stars)"

The sonic squall they squeeze out of white-hot vintage valves may owe more than a casual nod to the raw sounds that first put Seattle on the radio radar, but the young Unearthed winners serve it up with enough unpolished venom to make everything sound fresh again. Paying more attention to emotion than riffs, their loud, straight ahead style has a primary ugency, thanks maily to singer Abbe May's snarl and spit vocals and full yilt dual guitar attack. - Rolling Stone

"Take The Money EP (8/10)"

Late 60's Detroit garage and '90s grunge come head-to-head on the erstwhile Unearthed winners' latest EP. Impressive, excessive guitars (no overdubs) lay down a cool vintage style executed in a contempary setting abetted by Abbe May's irrepressible vocal presence and crisp modern production. - BLUNT


EP self titled (March 2003): Contains JJJ Unearthed song The Bomb. Tracks Broken Teeth and Action also recieved national airplay.

Take The Money EP (November 2004): Tracks You Must Be Dead and Take The Money recieved local and national airplay. B-side include JJJ live recordings

100 Demons album (August 2005): Corka 12 track album. 6 songs featured on radio, TV and compilation disks.


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After years of gigging and destruction Western Australian rockers THE FUZZ came crashing onto the Australian music scene in 2003 when their sonically charged single The Bomb won that years Triple J Unearthed competition. High rotation on JJJ and public radio, a national tour and an award winning animated video clip soon followed and lead to The Fuzz’s reputation as one of Australia’s most energetic, and captivating bands.

The twin guitars attack of Jiah Fishenden and Doug May simply kick arse while Brett and Shayne lay down a solid straight ahead rock foundation. Add to this Abbe May who is without doubt the most rockin' female singer in the land, and the result is one of the only bands left in the country that still put a bit of soul in their rock and roll.

The Fuzz have played all over Australia from Bundaberg to Albany and played such festivals as Big Day Out and Southbound. Support slots also include Mudhoney, The Breeders, End Of Fasion and Jebediah.

The Fuzz recorded 2005s 100 Demons LP for the Reverberation label, run by non other then Radio Birdman and You Am I drum thumper Russel Hopkinson. Working with highly acclaimed producers Anthony The (The Vines, Wolfmother) and Rob Grant (Kim Salmon, Dom Mariani) in both Poons Head and Velvet Studios, The Fuzz emerged with a 12 track album that captures the essence of the bands sound.

In Mid 2006 The Fuzz anounced new drummer Brett Mitchell (Jebediah) will be joining the band and with the a new album on the way and promising solo career of Abbe May, The Fuzz are entering an exciting time in their career. They have surly cemented themselves in the Australian Music scene as one of the most talented bunch of people going around.

What others have said:

"Their loud, straight ahead style has a primary urgency, thanks mainly to singer Abbe Mays snarl-and-spit vocals and a full-tilt dual guitar attack". Luke Anisimoff, Rolling Stone

"Sounds so effortlessly energetic and exciting it makes you wonder why so many other rock bands can't get their shit together". Blunt Magazine

"The Band do indeed revel in the satanic garments of the beast we call rock" Nick Heath Drum Media