“Songs are instantly memorable... I dare you not to sing along... most impressive.”
“Nothing less than a standing ovation. I highly recommend as a must add to your existing collection.”
“Outstanding... Classic sound of vintage 70’s rock in a contemporary light... put at the top of your ‘to buy’ list!”
— Now This Rocks
“SUPERB. Reminds me of the Smithereens...
brings back the effervescent energy that came from the 70’s punk and new wave era.”
“The new CD from the phenomenal Super Fuzz Band is nonstop rock and a really incessant rhythm that kept my foot tapping while listening to this a few times.The vocals remind me of the Smithereens and the solid bass and guitar lines bring back the effervescent energy of the rock that came from the 70′s punk and new wave era.SUPERB from Forward Motion Records across the waters in the USA…”
— NEW REVIEWS UK
“The Super Fuzz has a Sloan-like ability to write songs that both rock and pop. Alvy frequently alternates slabs of rocky dissonance with sweet bridges and harmonies. “Art Noise” swaggers out of the speakers with snarling guitars and a Stones-like backing chorus. Guitarist Fernando Perdomo slings stadium-ready guitar. “Can’t Get You Off of My Mind” begins with a dissonance that cedes to the We Five-ish major chord theme, and throws in an extra bridge and hook for good measure. “The Summer’s Day” is bittersweet chocolate, acerbic chords abruptly changing to honeyed majors.
“Something Missing” is Lennonesque introspection. “Inside Job” masterfully combines a head that could have come off any Billy Joel record before it hits the bridge and evolves into a sinister jam-out with Fernando quoting “Purple Haze.” “The Fall,” which appeared on their recent EP, is a mini-masterpiece of building tension and release. There’s enough greatness here to satisfy a”
— POP GEEK HEAVEN
The Super Fuzz is back with their new album, “Art Noise”, which follows their “Anything Goes” EP (both on Forward Motion Records). We’ve been eagerly awaiting this full-length effort since being blown away by the EP.People familiar with the “Anything Goes” EP are going to recognize some of the tracks, as some have been duplicated for “Art Noise” (this includes “Inside Job”, “The Fall”, and “This Is Your Life”, all of which are outstanding). The title track kicks things off with great pomp and circumstance, quickly quenching our thirst for the crunchy riffs and catchy choruses Alvy teased us with on the preceding EP. The title track sizzles with spicy lead guitar work, a groovy organ, and tasty backing vocals – a tune that can help kick start your day for sure. Another round of sophisticated harmonies and compelling chord changes come at you in the splendid “Can’t Get You Off Of My Mind”.”
— NOW THIS ROCKS
“Art Noise is prime melodic rock of the timeless variety. Swimming at the more rocking end of the powerpop pool, The Super Fuzz has crafted an all-killer-no-filler winner in Art Noise.”
“After a wild debut EP last year, The Super Fuzz is not an easy band to categorize, they have a loose guitar rock style with snappy melodies (sort of like an updated version of The Spin Doctors) but they also have a touch of Badfinger in there too.
The band opens up with the title track, a party styled anthem that reminds me of those 90′s comedy movie soundtracks. ”Can’t Get You Off My Mind” has some great harmonies in the chorus, and Alvy’s strong power chords take over from there. A funky beat starts off “This Summer’s Day” and the middle eight takes the band to the next level, here the guitar solo is just as impressive. Then we get “Something’s Missing,” it’s a wonderful mid-tempo ballad which reminds me of Pete Ham’s “It Had To Be.” The band certainly knows how to write a sticky chorus, both ”Inside Job,” and “The Fall” qualify with swirling hard guitar leads and solid hooks.Overall, a really excellent album that will appeal to many fans of ha”
— POWER POPAHOLIC
"rock and roll is definitely not dead as The Super Fuzz suggest" this new effort "Art Noise" is all about true rock & roll.....a must for all who still believe in the power of this art form. highly recommended
— west side music