Al Lover remixes “Fuzz’s Fourth Dream”, b-side on 7″ released by new Segall/Moothart project Fuzz
January 11, 2013
Written by Jason Shane
Al Lover is back at it, churning out yet another quality remix. This time, he gives us his take on “Fuzz’s Fourth Dream”, the b-side on the 7-inch released by Fuzz, the new project from Ty Segall and Charles Moothart. The track is a slo-mo, head-bobbin’, bass-heavy drone that matches the original’s intensity, although it’s a little bit less Sabbath and little bit more Trent Reznor and Karen O doing “Immigrant Song”. Lover hinted at the subject of the remix on Twitter a day before officially dropping it on the Interwebs:
— Al Lover (@coolallover) January 9, 2013
Stream and download Al Lover’s remix of “Fuzz’s Fourth Dream” here (via SoundCloud), and then listen to the sludge-tastic original below.