Mojo Bozo’s Electric Circus release “Electric Circus” + interview

Mojo Bozo’s Electric Circus are Ryan and Shane Walsh joined by Jeremy Hayes. The Annapolis heavy rock band puts a lot of different influences in their music. They switch easily between catchy tunes to stoner rock and classic rock creating a feel good vibe on the while album. Check out this small interview and buy their debut album “Electric Circus”.

Fuzzy Sun: For a three man band, there are a lot of different styles in your band, what are your influences?

Ryan: Tarantino soundtracks, Dick Dale, 70’s prog rock

Jeremy:  Ryan pretty much hit the nail on the head with those. Personally, as a bass player I’m a huge fan of Robert DeLeo from STP.

Fuzzy Sun: The debut album is out today, as a first album, was it a difficult process?

Ryan: The process came together easy being a 3 piece and having Jeremy’s technical side to record us.

Jeremy: All of us have been in 4 and even 5 piece bands, so slimming down to 3 has been a breath of fresh air. Much easier to co-ordinate, write, and stay on the same page. We do all of our own recording in my home studio, that also makes things more efficient on many levels.

Fuzzy Sun: If you would have your own festival, who would you be playing with?

Ryan & Jeremy:  Medusa’s Disco, Ancient Radiations, Mean Sea, Leo & Cygnus, Teen Mortgage, King Gizzard, Mastodon, Guantanamo Baywatch!

Fuzzy Sun: In a fight to the death, who of you three would win?

Ryan: Jeremy eats the healthiest and would have better cardio, haha.

Jeremy: I mean, the first time I “officially” met and hung out with Ryan (at a Living End show in Baltimore), he had a black eye. So clearly he’s pretty scrappy — I might put my money on him, lol.


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Exclusive Premiere: the second track by Mojo Bozo’s Electric Circus

A while ago Fuzzy Sun premiered the first track by brand new heavy rockers Mojo Bozo’s Electric Circus and with great pleasure we premiere their second single ‘Keep It Alive’ as well.
Mojo Bozo’s Electric Circus are Ryan and Shane Walsh joined by Jeremy Hayes. The Annapolis heavy rock band puts a lot of different influences in their music. On the second single ‘Keep It Alive’ they start with some classic rock riffs accompanied with some good vocals, suddenly bursting with energy and stoner riffs.
With their two new singles Mojo Bozo’s Electric show their versatility in the different harder genres. easily going from classic rock to stoner all with that psychedelic edge.
We can expect a full album by this upcoming talent this fall. Mojo Bozo’s Electric Circus is a force,  a force we will hear a lot from in the near future.
Check out the premiere of the second track ‘Keep it Alive’.
Find them on Fuzzy Sun’s spotify list.

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EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE: the experimental album “Annihilate Your Masters” by Whettman Chelmets

Missouri’s experimental musician Matt Clements has been recording as Whettman Chelmets for almost 20 years. While playing in different punk, noise and psyche rock bands in the Midwest during the late 90s, early 00’s, Whettman Chelmets explores the intersections between post rock, electronic ambient, noise, classical and pop.
He has released a lot of different music over the years. It is quite clear he makes his music with passion and he makes whatever he wants. For Matt it is all about the exploration of sound.
His latest work “Annihilate your Masters” is again something different.
Ambient sounds and samples are echoeing throughout the album. Sometimes the tracks explode in industrial or rock themed endings with droning synths. “Annihilate Your Masters” is a very varried album, one you should try. Listen now!
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