OZO released “Saturn” on Riot Season Records

OZO sounds like free jazz on acid, a love affair between a saxophone player and a heavy psych collective. OZO are Graham Thompson (Ballpeen), Karl D Silva (Drunk In Hell) and Mike Vest (Drunk In Hell, BONG, 11Paranoias, Melting Hand). They found the perfect home for their crazy records on Riot Season Records. Embrace yourself, roll yourself in fetal position and listen to OZO.

https://www.facebook.com/riotseasonrecords

https://www.facebook.com/OZOJAZZBAND/

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Mozo Mozo on Epileptic Media

I did a post on the underground Austria music label Epileptic Media a while back. The bands on that label range from cosmic experimentalism to Brutal Harsh Noise. Now there is a new album out and ofcourse, what would you expect, it is again something very experimental. Mozo Mozo are some sort of cosmic jazznoise ensemble. Their self-titled is 5 songs long but each track almost 15 minutes in length. Again gorgeous artwork too! I can only say: brace yourself and listen to Mozo Mozo.

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“How Skeletonized Is Made” by How Things Are Made with Skeletonized

I love long titles and I love Skeletonized so you can imagine my joy when I heard there was going to be a collaborative album between the Pennsylvania experimental noisejazz band Skeletonized and the Pennsylvania experimental trio How Things Are Made. The album starts of great with some eerie wild sax and ambient stuff on the background instantly setting the  vibe for this album. On the rest of the album we can hear that these two bands are pretty damn serieus about it, heavy drums, repetitive sax and experiments creat the most eerie weird jazz vibe ever and i love it. Tune in for some weirdness now.

https://www.facebook.com/skeletonizedpgh

https://www.facebook.com/HowThingsAreMadeMusic/

Ozo shares first track from upcoming album “OZO”

OZO is formed from the ashes of Drunk In Hell and Blown Out, Graham Thompson (Ballpeen), Karl D Silva (Drunk In Hell) and Mike Vest (Drunk In Hell, BONG, 11Paranoias, Melting Hand). Their brand new album “Saturn” will be released February 3 on Riot Season Records. The first shared track is called “Saturn” and is 12 minutes of blazing wild jazz with heavy drumming and a lot of trippiness.

https://www.facebook.com/OZOJAZZBAND/

https://www.facebook.com/riotseasonrecords/

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Child Abuse release ‘Imaginary Enemy’

There is always interesting stuff on the Skin Graft Record label and this new  album by Child Abuse is certanly one of them. The band sounds a bit like you are streaming an old cult horror movie on youtube and at the same moment some obscure grindcore  album.
Pretty frikkin cool stuff this. Their album ‘Imaginary Enemy’ is released October 18 on Skin Graft Records. Tune in for some weird shit.
I asked my girlfriend (who hates noiserock and psych) to review this band, this is what she says: ‘sounds like if my alarm clock is possessed, turn that off’.
Favorite track: Alternative Facts
Afbeelding kan het volgende bevatten: 3 mensen, boom en buiten

‘Into The Sea and ‘Sonar’ by Automatism

It is time to listen to Automatism. The Stockholm based band with members of the great Kungens Män released ‘Into The Sea’ in July and one track called ‘Sonar’ from a split with Pavallion on Tonzonen Records.

‘Into The Sea’ contains new arrangements of two songs from the debut album, plus the Alice Coltrane song Journey in Satchidananda, and a new track called Sparkler. An album full of relaxing psych tunesand  jazzy atmosphere.

‘Sonar’ was released September 27 that was recorded as a really long improvised session with Per Wiberg on keys (Kamchatka, Spiritual Beggars, ex Opeth and more). Henrik Palm (solo artist, Pig Eyes, ex In Solitude and more) did extra guitar work on the track.

https://www.facebook.com/automatismband/

Beyond Beyond is Beyond 2019 Summer Jam Sampler

If you have spend some time on Fuzzy Sun you probably have noticed that I am a bit of a fan of the Beyond Beyond is Beyond label. Without fail they release albums from great bands ranging from psych to jazz to experimental music. So here is their summer sampler. Buy the thing, it costs 5 bucks (or more) and all proceeds will be going to RAICES, the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services; a nonprofit that promotes justice by providing free and low-cost legal services to under-served immigrant children, families and refugees in Central and South Texas.

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https://beyondbeyondisbeyond.com/