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Superfuzz Go Back to School on Long-Awaited EP

Delhi rockers bring the fuzz with old hooks and vile new punk material

Anurag Tagat Jan 29, 2015
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The Superfuzz. Photo: Pranab Doley

The Superfuzz. Photo: Pranab Doley

[easyreview cat1title = “Inner City Waster” cat1rating = 3.5 cat1detail = “Self-released”]

'Inner City Waster' EP artwork

‘Inner City Waster’ EP artwork

It’s about time there was studio release from Superfuzz. The Delhi rockers, who came together in 2004, called time on their band in 2008 and made a comeback early in 2014. A decade on, their debut EP Inner City Waster proves they can conjure years-old riffs with new intensity [“School,” “What Every Kid Wants”] and go all out punk rock with newer material as well. With drummer Aditya Paharia and bassist Nikhil Rufus Raj bringing the grooves, vocalist-guitarist Sanchal Malhar nails every note, singing about running into typical Delhi dipshits [“Manu is a Dumbass”], city life [“Rat in the Dirt”] and the problem with having pet rabbits [“Bunny Epidemic”].


Listen to Inner City Waster here

This review appeared in the January 2015 issue of ROLLING STONE India.

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