The guys in Geronimo are originally from Rockford (as is my brother-in-law), so I was hoping for a little more Cheap Trick, but hey, this is pretty awesome all on its own. The band’s first full-length album, Fuzzy Dreams, is full of (well) fuzzy guitar riffs, swirling solos, psych-pop vocals, and everything I wouldn’t expect to surface in a recently released rock record from here in Chicago. It’s a scratching, scraping, thumping, grooving, massive album that is nearly impossible to accurately describe. I hear nods to many different bands including Smashing Pumpkins, Sebadoh, Black Sabbath, Silversun Pickups, The Doors, Veruca Salt, Hum, and Built To Spill. I know, that’s quite a list but there’s just so much going on here.
My wife doesn’t like Fuzzy Dreams at all, but don’t let that sway you (even though she usually has good taste). Some of the songs are 8 minute long tripped-out jams (“Table Legs”) but there’s just as much room for dense focus and songwriting as there is spacey guitar explorations. It’s heavy without being metal and and melodic without being saccharine. It’s noisy and adventurous while also being easily digestible. That’s what Fuzzy Dreams is; it’s everything (OK not everything, but a lot of things). Heck, the band is even gnarly enough to include horns when necessary and close the album off on a sunny (and almost triumphant) note with “Judgement Day.” Check out the songs below and hopefully you’ll dig ‘em. I do.
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