Essential New Music: Fuzz’s “II”

Even as an avowed Ty Segall acolyte, I’m having a harder and harder time telling his various projects apart. While Fuzz started out as a means for the garage-rock wunderkind to explore progressive, proto-metal territories, it’s more recently become “the one where Ty plays drums.” That’s not to say that the simply named sophomore album … Continue reading Essential New Music: Fuzz’s “II”