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  • Beautifully in tune & summer of love lilt with perfect Fishy organ Thursday blissfully guides you to the Eastern Jam section where a megawatt fuzztone shreds your placid mind into fragments.

    Readers recommend: discordant songs

  • The staccato fuzztone guitar, the heartfelt-yet-cryptic lyrics, the weird triumphant feeling in the chorus ...

    Listen, Ana, Hear My Words

  • "Imagine Dr John vocals, Jimi Hendrix fuzztone, George Clinton bass riffs - all delivered with Black Flag venom," it trills.

    The Guardian World News

  • You'd almost describe the addition of the danceable element and becalmed melody-heavy tracks near the end as their polishing themselves up were it not for that such elements are rent asunder by the sheer bloody minded power of the fuzztone assault of Windett's guitar against the rhythm section's churning Kraut-disco inventiveness.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • He also threw in a wah-wah/fuzztone pedal, which occasionally made me sound like I knew what I was doing.

    Dodgeblogium

  • The five leisurely tracks on Sun Araw's "Off Duty/Boat Trip" (Woodsist) sink into some primordial psychedelic murk: a realm of fuzztone and stereo-panning echoes, wah-wah guitars and stray percussion, throbbing bass lines and distant, barely intelligible vocals.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Lady Jane, Lucy in the Sky and the playful Emily dwelled here, in this place where fuzztone guitars clashed with baroque string arrangements, where Leslie-'d vocals merged with backwards guitars.

    Charlottesville Blogs

  • With a plinky banjo set against a swampy fuzztone guitar, this dreamy number walks a line between the backporch and the juke joint.

    Expecting Rain

  • The arrangements on tracks such as "Rabbit" are conceptually complex and brimming with surprises, be they ethereal vocals or bursts of fuzztone.

    Westword | Complete Issue

  • "LOtUSFLOW3R" is a moody, meandering, esoteric psychedelic-rock album on which the little purple polyglot gets in touch with his inner "Purple Haze" and pays homage to Jimi Hendrix via liberal use of Hendrix's sonic signatures, from the wah-wah that opens "Dreamer" to the driving fuzztone chords of the explosive workout "Wall of Berlin."

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