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“Fury Things: This band pays tribute to the earliest days of indie rock—Archers of Loaf, Pavement, Sonic Youth. It’s fuzzy and hooky and wonderful.”

“Fans of Yuck, Dinosaur Jr., Cheatahs… have you heard Fury Things yet? Here’s a band that I have no doubt will quickly gain steam in the Twin Cities. Hearkening back to the early ‘90s, their aesthetic is astoundingly concrete for an act that only started playing live at the end of last year. They’re already on their second EP, and stand-out track “Vapors” is the kind of music that we need more of in this frozen land. It’s really been a while since I heard a genuine rocker, and something about Fury Things just clicks—like, they should be making this music, and of course it’s going to be good, so now people just need to hear it.”

“Minneapolis garage rock trio Fury Things have been garnering plenty of well-deserved attention as of late, and their tempestuous set from the Radio K studios should only add to the buzz. The group has a fuzzed-out, Dinosaur Jr./early-Superchunk sound that never has gone out of style (at least to my ears), and this feisty version of "Whatever" is proof that the band is onto something good at the moment.”