TRACK REVIEW: ZUDZ – Yellow Chariot | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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From its opening angular fanfare, Zudz’s debut track is just over two minutes of unrelenting scuzzy hard driving rock. The bass adds a powerful depth to the deliciously vicious fuzz guitar, and the vocals, with a melodic cadence to them, gives this track a Queens of the Stone Age vibe.

Zudz have a history in improv and psychedelia, and it’s easy to imagine this track going off into an epic time travel jam. Though the single is a tight, self-contained beauty, it feels like that wild, unrestrained sound is close to bursting out of the seams of the track, especially by the howling, out-of-control guitar solo at the end. An absolutely gorgeous punch in the face of a track.

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