Someone once said, “If Tom Waits started a surf rock band in the back of a Dallas, Texas pawnshop, it’d be The Prof.Fuzz 63.”
That might be the nicest thing anyone’s said about the weirdo fuzzed-up lo-fi post-punk garage-rock trio from the north Dallas suburbs, but it’s not wrong. Imagine the bastard love-children of Lou Reed and The Cramps forced to listen to Tom Waits fronting Flipper while babysat by Mark E. Smith and you get some sense of what The Prof.Fuzz 63 is all about. Fuzzy guitar. Grinding organ. Pounding drums. Oh yeah!
Established in 2013, The Prof.Fuzz 63 have played over 250 shows across Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana, plus several tours across a broad stretch of middle America. Five full-length albums, an EP, some comp tracks, and a couple of odd collaborations document the weird lo-fi vibe of the band, as well as their warped lyrical musings, literally “phoned-in” by The Professor. They play nice with just about everyone, and look forward to fuzzing up your hometown soon.
The Prof.Fuzz 63 are proud to be part of the Sister Molecule Collective.
For Fans of…
The Cramps. The Fall. Flipper. Tom Waits. Velvet Underground. The Nuggets anthology.
Professor Fuzz (guitar/vocals)
Sleepy Redhead (organ/piano/vocals)
Mr. B (drums)
Just $5 a month gets you cool stuff from the PF63 archive (live shows, unreleased tracks, art, photos, etc.) and rare “Patrons-Only” swag.