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They are completely different from any band I’ve seen or heard in the Northwest...A little spacey with bits of humor and brilliant chord progressions that are dissonant enough to intrigue without making you cringe.
The band began at full force and the anxious huddle of people one might have seen just a few minutes ago were shaking their butts and bumping into each other as if they had somewhere to go. The energy of Fuzzy Math built up in the crowd and remained within their hypnotic pulses. If getting people to move was their mission, they were doing it well. The energy was booming.
Some of their songs have a Prince-like funky underpinning, courtesy of Cosmo Mailhot’s bass lines. Guitarist-vocalist Dominic Jenkins sings with more than a bit of soul, and the drum machine (what? Yes, a drum machine AND a drummer are part of this band) gives that lounge-disco feel. They had brought a contingent of the crowd along with them, who were very enthusiastic about the band’s performance.
Flying SaucersBehind the Scenes InterviewSubmitted into the 2015 My Rode Reel Contest.
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