Fuzz, , Wooden Indian Burial Ground,

When: Sat., March 30, 9 p.m. 2013

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It's fair to say that Ty Segall makes too much music. He probably agrees, as he attempted to keep anonymous his latest guise—Fuzz, the new band he's formed with guitarist Charlie Moothart and bassist Roland Cosio (Segall plays drums and sings). That secret didn't keep, but there is something refreshingly different about Fuzz, which reworks Black Sabbath-y power-trio stoner metal of the late '60s and early '70s to fun effect, buried under gnashing distortion and dinosaur stomp. Segall, a limber but not especially heavy-handed drummer, lends a looseness and swing to Fuzz's debut 7-inch, and the full-length due later this year should be further evidence of the very best thing about Segall's astonishing prolificacy: music-making for the pure joy of it, regardless of what name is on the front cover. NED LANNAMANN

Price: $8-10

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