I Like This Song - The Prof. Fuzz 63's "Panda Attack (Bites Back)" / by Prewitt Scott-Jackson

I Like This Song celebrates songs by local bands sans clichéd music journo over-analysis.

The furthest we take the dissection of songs featured here is, well, you guessed it: "I Like This Song." 

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Today's featured song comes from The Prof. Fuzz 63's freshly minted Panda Attack EP. The EP contains four re-recorded tracks from the Professor's celebrated 2016 release, Chinese Folk Songs.

Cloudland's resident mixmaster Britt Robisheaux once again helmed the ship on the production side, beefing up the tracks along with drum stylings provided by a new drummer, one Mr. B of Devonshire.*

*DISCLAIMER: So he's not really from the county of Devon. Just sounds hella regal, you should try it. Take your name and then place 'of Devonshire' behind it. You only live once.     

 Image via The Prof Fuzz 63's Facebook Page

Image via The Prof Fuzz 63's Facebook Page

Anywho, you can catch the Fuzz 63 crew celebrating the release of Panda Attack EP this Friday, Feb. 3rd at The Grotto w/ Tame.. Tame and Quiet, BULLS, and Voodoo Trees (LA).

Music starts at 9pm, full event details here.

Sorry to keep you waiting ... I like this song.

BONUS SHOW POSTER ALERT: For the record, show posters that deploy any variation of the legendary Creepster font automatically and instantaneously receive a s/o from this here website from now until the end of time + forever + always + eternally + "until the cows come home" + ...well, you get the picture.

 Show Poster via Facebook Event Page for Feb. 3rd Show at The Grotto

Show Poster via Facebook Event Page for Feb. 3rd Show at The Grotto

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about the word writer person:

Prewitt Scott-Jackson writes Dad poetry & short fiction when he's not hyping and typing for Fort Worth Noise. His writing can be found in Ghost City Press (New York), Five 2 One Magazine (Los Angeles), Prairie Schooner (University of Nebraska Press) and Sick Lit Magazine (Texas), among others. He prefers short walks on the beach because – and I quote – “It’s really hard to walk on sand.”