Fuzzy Logic Baby double A-side - Gangsta In Da Morning / These Visions

SINGLE: Gangsta In Da Morning / These Visions - Double A Side 
ARTIST: Fuzzy Logic Baby 

Set against the wild and colourful backdrop of London town, Fuzzy Logic Babysplice together various influences of music to make up a distinct sound that is all their own.
Thanks to a chance meeting in 2007, Ben Lewis (Bass), Daniel Servante (Drums), Darwood Grace (Vocals), Jack Hearne (Guitar) and Nicodemus Leo (Synth), quickly put together a package of high energy songs and hit the road. Shows in the past included support slots for Professor Green, Tinie Tempah, Katie B, Jovel (Random Impulse) and Wretch 32.
2011 saw their first release, the E.P. 'Goodtimesdotcometh', which blended together the bands earlier influences of grime and punk, mixed with their rich ska and reggae tinged hooks. The single 'Drunk Man's Speech' from the E.P was Radio 1Xtra's DJ Target's 'Download of the week' and received several spins on Tom Robinson's BBC 6 Music show.
Before a bit of infighting caused a hiatus, Fuzzy Logic Baby recorded their second self produced E.P. 'Glow In The Dark' which features 'Gangsta in Da Morning' which is like "Punk married Reggae but had an affair with a toyboy called Grime, so no one knows whose baby it is, but it's weirdly good looking" - Boris Johnson

Album teaser, 'These Visions', taken from Fuzzy Logic Baby's forthcoming album 'Does Anybody Here Speak Martian?' (scheduled for release in 2018) could be described best as an aural puff puff pass for the hidden hippie inside you. 

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November 21, 2017 7:32am ET by C Black Music PR   Comments (0)

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