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The 50 Best Songs Written By Phoenix Bands in 2015, Part Two

By Mitchell Hillman Tuesday, December 15, 2015
 
  Fu - "Sleazer"

"Sleazer" is one of the best songs released last summer, period. It's also a stunning highlight of their live sets and a fan favorite. And live, well, Jeremy wears a pig mask, Stowe wears a trench coat and a gas mask with a built in mic and Yod is Yod, the golden guitar god he's always been, but now singing his lungs out. I love the hell out of this song for too many reasons to list, but it rocks hard and it's catchy as hell. It appears they are working hard at bringing rock back to Phoenix and its most welcome. But that don't matter, 'cause I'm alright.



 
 

Thanks to YabYum - Interview with Yod of Fu

 
 

Right Hear, Right Now: 5 Great New Songs By Phoenix Artists

By Mitchell Hillman Thursday, August 20, 2015
Phoenix New Times
 
  Phoenix New Times write up by Mitchell Hillman
Fu - "Sleazer"
I have to admit that when I saw Fu for the first time late last year I was horrified. I mean, the band was really terrible. It wouldn't be a big deal, but I knew that the likes of Yod (Mergence), Jeremy, and Stowe could really deliver pretty fine music if they set their minds to it. I decided to forget the performance and stay away form Fu for six or seven months. A month or two ago, I decided I'd watch them again, and I was right, they had become something brilliant and exciting, both musically and visually. Now, it will be damned difficult to keep me away from their shows. "Sleazer" is one of the best local songs released this summer. The fan favorite is a stunning highlight of Fu's live sets, during which Jeremy wears a pig mask, Stowe wears a trench coat and a gas mask with a built-in mic, and Yod is Yod, the golden guitar god he's always been. But in Fu, he sings his lungs out. And I haven't even mentioned the group's elaborate stage setup. I love the hell out of this song for too many reasons to list, but it rocks hard and it's catchy. It appears Fu is working hard at bringing rock back to Phoenix, and it's most welcome. But that don't matter, 'cause I'm all right.
 






























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