The Red Fuze – “Moonlight Drive” EP

February 14, 2017 at 7:00 pm

The Red Fuze

I was actually going to write about the EP “Hollywood”, which I had saved from last year as I didn’t have time then. But suddenly the duo The Red Fuze releases another EP, “Moonlight Drive”, that claims my attention. It’s their fourth EP and an album where they leave their earlier garagerock sound for a sound where they head back to their roots.

Already in the first bars with a funkbluesy guitar lick in the starting track “Let Me Be Your Dog” I feel my foot begin to move with the beat. Then they stock up with a wonderful bluesrock full of life, with organ lines, a great groove and a catchy chorus. “Don’t Call Me Baby” makes me think of both Canned Heat and T.Rex but the highlight of the EP comes later with the title track. Here they serve vibes from The Doors mixed with an exhuberant bluesrock with rock’n’roll-piano in one of the best tracks I’ve heard with the band.

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The Red Fuze – “Bazooka Circus”

November 5, 2015 at 2:11 pm

The Red Fuze

The duo The Red Fuze serves a sweet, wild mix of bluesrock, garage, psychadelia and alternative. The garage is rather big-sized and is covered with a distorted blanket, creating a unique sound in which they experiment with a row of rock influences. This Autumn they released their second EP “Bazooka Circus”, from where I have taken these two delicacies .

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