Well… today is the day. Finally! A little over two years ago, I arrived back at my home to find that most of my possessions were gone and my recording studio had been dismantled and packed up by my former spouse who was undergoing a serious mental health crisis. I stood there in disbelief, untangling the cords and cables, unpacking boxes of musical equipment haphazardly disconnected and tossed into boxes. I slowly put my studio back together and began recording what eventually became “Increvable!” (pronounced ‘on-cray-vah-bluh’ – French for ‘Indestructable!’ Between the pandemic and this unexplainable life-crisis, recording this album was my floatation device… it proved to be a refuge and a magnum catharsis. Increvable! was designed at the outset to be a vinyl record album. It is a physical package that you can touch, hold, read, smell and listen too. I suspect you can eat it to if that’s your thing. Eventually there will be a digital release of the music portion, but putting that out feels like sending someone a postcard and calling it a major motion picture. Increvable! is finally here.
The wait is almost over. Increvable! « on-cray-vah-bluh » the vinyl experience by Spacefuzz will be released on Friday August 12, 2022. This is a limited edition first pressing of 300 copies presented in 180gram heavyweight audiophile grade vinyl. Excited!
spacefuzz · Magnétique et Dangereux First demo of something new.
spacefuzz · Lazy Daisy Another love song written for that same someone who was the muse responsible for so many of the songs I’ve written. This is the original performance, recorded in my old apartment in North Hollywood in 1999. My pet rabbits are thrashing around in their hutch in the background.
spacefuzz · Fatman (FOOD, Live at the Temple Bar 11/03/2000) I wrote this song for Jerry Garcia shortly after he passed away. This is a live performance by FOOD at The Temple Bar in Santa Monica, CA, November 3, 2000.
spacefuzz · Ancient Echoes I wrote this for the green haired girl who works at the burger stand. I’m definitely way too old to be writing songs for her, but sometimes inspiration strikes. I gave her a link to the song, but I don’t think she ever listened to it. That’s why they call it a crush.
Written in 2001 as part of the electronica Blastophonik Orkestra project and re-imagined in 2019 as an acoustic ballad. I like this version better. spacefuzz · What Would Ozzy Do? (Acoustic)
spacefuzz · Digging In The Desert Here’s yet another lost track that didn’t make it beyond where it is. I recorded this in March/April 2018. Frankly, I’m a little shocked how complete and detailed this piece is. I might need to reconsider my caffeine strategy.
spacefuzz · FOOD "Interstellar" from Living Rooms One of the first love songs I’ve written and possibly the best love song I’ve ever written. It was a complicated relationship to say the least, but she was an amazing muse that brought a lot of music out of me. Hard to believe that this tune is over 20 years old! You can still find copies of FOOD’s “Living Rooms” on eBay. I’ve got 2120 19 shrink wrapped copies in a box somewhere if anyone is interested. 🙂
spacefuzz · FOOD "Industry Blues" from Living Rooms Another track from FOOD’s “Living Rooms” record. My therapist would have a field day if I showed her the words to this one. For the record, my mother wasn’t a trucker, she was a secretary.