Posts Tagged ‘Chad Ubervich’

Want loud? Los Angeles-based power trio Fuzz does that, pounding out relentless, ear-splitting riffs with abandon. But they do more, too. For starters, Fuzz is a guitar band par excellence. Name another band where every member—even the drummer—is a guitar-playing badass. Team Fuzz dominates the new wave of SoCal garage-punk-psychedelic-stoner-rock. They are prolific, restless, enigmatic, ubiquitous—their combined output is prodigious—and they’re forever releasing, touring, or supporting something.

At their core, Fuzz is simple enough. Ty Segall (singer, songwriter, guitarist, and solo artist) sings and plays drums. Chad Ubovich (guitar and vocals with the Meatbodies, guitar and bass with Mikal Cronin) holds down the low end. And Charles Moothart (guitar with Ty Segall, GØGGS, and more) plays guitar and is the band’s primary riff generator. With so many different projects, maintaining focus could be difficult. Moothart says it isn’t. “Fuzz is a very specific sound so it’s an easy thing to separate in that way,

Ty Segall’s band Fuzz play Burgerama, pay homage to Woody Allen. Fuzz is a band consisting of guitarist Charles Moothart (Moonhearts / Ty Segall Band) & drummer Ty Segall. Fuzz was formed as an outlet for Moothart’s affection for serious, heavy riffage a’la Black Sabbath, Blue Cheer & Jerusalem. Live they are augmented by bassist Chad Ubovich (Meatbodies / Mikal Cronin band)

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