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“Prog-electronic quartet Déjà Fuze formed in Buffalo one January, perhaps trying to get through the winter doldrums or to stay warm. Either way, the band (now based in Asheville) probably knows a thing or two about heating up a room. Or a set.”
"Best New local bands *Peanut Brittle Satellite: Western New York's most exciting progressive band. These guys can play, too. (myspace.com/ peanutbrittlesatellite) *The Tins: Alt-rock for a new decade. This band is making big waves in the UK as we speak. (myspace.com/thetinsmusic) *Roger Bryan and the Orphans: With guitarist Matt Smith flanking him, songwriter Bryan has found his perfect ensemble. He's Buffalo's own Jeff Tweedy. (myspace.com/thetinsmusic) *Little Mountain Band: The coolest newer jam-band in town. (thelittlemountainband.com) *Deja Fuze: Funk-jazz-rock-jam fusion with a bite. (myspace.com/ dejafuze)"
“Asheville-based progressive, jazzy jam band Deja Fuze performed a quick set for passersby in front of the Flat Iron sculpture this afternoon. Drawing power from their van, the amplified trio of Jake Cavinder (drums), Joey Lewis (guitar) and Keith Harry (bass) performed roughly a half-dozen songs before moving on.”
"A hot new ensemble has been turning heads on the Buffalo jam-band landscape of late. Deja Fuze is mutating funk, soul, elements of jazz and progressive tendencies into a truly delightful new fusion of improvisation-heavy sound."
“Funk-jazz-rock-jam fusion with a bite”
"Hot new jam-funk collective"