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Sail the Seven Seas
4.5

4.5

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Sail the Seven Seas

Fuzziliers

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Turkey

I recently had the pleasure of diving into Fuzziliers' debut album, "Sail the Seven Seas." Founded in 2020 in St. Petersburg, Russia, and now based in Istanbul, Turkey, this band brings a fresh, unique sound that blends psychedelia with poppy, hook-laden melodies. Their music evokes a retro feel that will surely appeal to fans of bands like Jellyfish, 10cc, City Boy, and Wired Ways (all favorites here at Prog Radio).

"Sail the Seven Seas" features nine tracks, clocking in at a concise 31 minutes. Despite its brevity, the album is packed with variety and unexpected turns. Each song morphs and evolves, ensuring that if one part doesn't immediately grab your attention, a shift is just around the corner. This dynamic approach keeps the listener engaged and curious about what will come next.

Fuzziliers

Their music evokes a retro feel that will surely appeal to fans of bands like Jellyfish, 10cc, City Boy, and Wired Ways (all favorites here at Prog Radio).

The band's ability to seamlessly transition between different styles within a single track is impressive. From 60s acid rock influences to 90s Britpop vibes, Fuzziliers create a fusion that feels both nostalgic and contemporary. The harmonized vocals, fuzzy guitars, and synthesizers are expertly woven together, making for a rich and layered listening experience.

Overall, "Sail the Seven Seas" is an excellent debut that showcases Fuzziliers' talent and versatility. The album is a delightful journey through various musical landscapes, all anchored by catchy, memorable melodies. I highly recommend giving this album a listen, especially if you appreciate music that keeps you guessing and constantly entertained.

Tune in to Prog Radio where you’ll hear these songs lifting our New Music rotation with their infectious and light-hearted hooks. We’ll also be featuring a track from this album in Monday’s “What’s New Proggy Cats?” broadcast.

4.5 Stars

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Jun 12, 2024
31 min
Sail the Seven Seas • Lullaby • Goodnight • Never Let You Down • Mention Me • This Is Love
Kevin Carmony
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