Applefuzz

Applefuzz

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Rock - Psychedelic | Dedham, Massachusetts, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,816   
Member Since: 2013
   Last Login: 11/30/2017
   Sounds Like: Beatles, Temples, Klaatu, Bonobo, Tame Impala.

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Applefuzz's music puts a modern twist on the music from the 1960's Psychedelic genre by blending digital/electronica with ambient elements.
Applefuzz is heavily influenced by The Beatles, Bonobo, Tame Impala, Jellyfish, Klaatu, Temples and tons of obscure 1960's Psychedelic, Avant Garde and lounge music.
The music has remarkably catchy riffs making it appealing for TV themes, commercials and movies. Each song has a wide range of musical expression.
One song may sound like a modern version of a 60's garage band, while the next sounds like electronic space pop from a sci-fi movie.


Latest News

Escaping your mind - In the top 10 Psychedelic rock!!!

Currently in the studio recording another CD!
Stay tuned!

Check out a Live interview w/ Applefuzz on JUNE 20 10:15 EST on:
http://countryblastradio.com/index.php?p=rockincountry


Comments

Marilyn Oakley posted over 30 days ago to Applefuzz


With a title like that, Swarm of Vampires, well, I just had to give it a spin. lol And ya know, I could picture those poor kids stumbling around inside the haunted house being chased by those monsters in really bad masks. LOL Nice one. Thanks for sharing. ~M

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Cyndi Corkran posted over 30 days ago


"Relaxing on Saturn".......beautiful and mysterious; love the special effects, and love your dreamy music even more! Very, very nice!


Susan Harrison posted over 30 days ago


I represent WNRT http://wnrt.worldnewsradio.today 1 launching early 2015 and we're looking for new unsigned artists to get their sound out globally.

If this is something you'd be interested in, or you'd like any more information, please get in touch as I really love your work and it would be great to hear it on the station.

Susan Harrison
susan.h@worldnewsradio.today


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