April 12, 2021
Albuquerque indie rock stalwarts fuguers cove perform on the moon, release album about love in the post-apocalypse
Fresh off their one-off performance on the Earth’s lone lunar satellite, Albuquerque's fuguers cove release moon, a 14 track soft rock meditation on love & death.
fuguers cove is a one-man indie-garage-psych-punk project founded in 1995 by music weirdo & UNM professor Justin Bendell. Since 2015, fuguers cove has released 27 full length albums and E.Ps.
In Summer 2020, fuguers cove released its first live record, performs The Marshmen live on the fuckin' moon. This recording captures fuguers cove performing songs by doppelganger The Marshmen in an air-sealed bubble to several thousand moon people. To the uninitiated, The Marshmen are a Bendell rock project
that one writer referred to as “communist John Cougar Mellencamp.”
Moon, released on April 24, 2021, is a quieter affair. Written & recorded during the pandemic, this acoustic-centered record looks at love at mid-life and imagines what happens to love after death in the post-apocalypse.
If you would like to review either album, the links to the Bandcamp pages are below. I am happy to provide a free download link by request.
fuguers cove, performs The Marshmen live on the fuckin’ moon (2020)
fuguers cove’s moon (2021)
Send all queries / interview requests to Justin at firstname.lastname@example.org
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