Superfuzz Go Back to School on Long-Awaited EP
Delhi rockers bring the fuzz with old hooks and vile new punk material
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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.