Danish synth poppers, Another Juggle, are at it again. I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing these fellows over Skype a couple of years ago (check it out here) and reviewed their previous release, Dance Sunshine, Dance (check out the review here). What I learned about these musicians is that they are perfectionists in the most beautiful way. Every note has a purpose, every strum of the guitar expertly timed. If you listen to their music with this in mind, you will understand. To give themselves a true challenge, they chose to reinterpret Grant Lee Buffalo’s 1993 track, “Fuzzy.” The original track lays the ground perfectly for Another Juggle’s gorgeous synth wave. Their interpretation adds new punctuation to the track but does not make it unfamiliar. To add to the excitement, esteemed recording engineer, Nicolas Vernhes (The War on Drugs, Deerhunter, Wild Nothing, Animal Collective among others), mixed the track.
Another Juggle had this to say about the new track:
“Fuzzy is an indie gem that has been lying well hidden since the band Grant Lee Buffalo released it 25 years ago in 1993. It has not been forgotten, but it´s certainly not everyone who knows this song. We think the song is just perfect and ready for a new interpretation. As a follow up on our previous album, ‘Dance Sunshine, Dance’, we wanted to raise our ambition even higher and made a list of the producers and mixers which we would most like to work with. Nicholas was on top of that list. We are very pleased and proud to present the first single and are looking forward to presenting more songs towards the full album release by the end of 2018.”
Check it out:
If you’re curious about the original track, here it is: