fuguers cove + other musica
fuguers cove is my lo-fi, garage rock, dub, punk, psych power pop solo project. It started in 1995 as a 4-track project inspired by early Beck and morphed into what it is now.
I write music and record it with a Tascam 8-track. Most of it I release for free (most EPs) or for cheap (most LPs).
fuguers cove released "PERFORMS The Marshmen's 'Get Slant, Fucker'" on July 2018. It's pretty fucking fun. Also, in the summer of 2018, f.c. put out the false satanism EP, the double-album Satanism on June 16, 2018, followed by the free sampler In Twenty on June 22.
2017 marked the release of Polythene, Broken Wheel, Desire EP, Colours of our Sickness, Madison Tapes, Buffalo Comfort EP, Fronds EP, and the Soft Wolf EP. I also released an album of B-Sides.
In 2016, I released Johnny & Kay EP, the Parents EP, and four LPs: Delta, Blue Light, Evening Redness, and Miami Beach Bodega.
Knights of June LP was released in February 2015. Gulf of Paria EP was released on May 1, 2015.
For more information, check out the fuguers cove website If you'd rather pay for my music, most albums are available for download at itunes, Amazon, etc., and for streaming on Spotify, etc.
I run a fake record label -- Blue Corner Records -- featuring the work of my side projects: Euthanized Horse, Gin & Oats, The Marshmen, Regime, The Burning Silos, Tropical Bluebirds, Anarchist Wolves, Tropical Marmot, and Industrial Capitalism. I have songs for all these bands, and albums for some of them. One day I'll most of these songs posted.
My anarchist black metal project -- A******* W***** -- released their second EP, To the Barricades, in April 2018.
Some of these musics are to the right and/or below.
Colours of our Sickness is voted one of the top Albuquerque music releases of 2017!
Per August March of the Weekly Alibi:
"Fuguers Cove is one of the nom de plumes of underground artist Justin Bendell, a dude who really does live somewhere deep in the Manzano Mountains where he writes, makes music and watches the clouds. Serio. He’s recorded heaps of music since appearing in this part of the material world, but his summer album release, Colours of our Sickness, is like totally sick in its mastery and twisted expression of pop music and guitar rock tropes. Track 12, “Colours of our Love,” reaches toward exuberant rock anthem status, almost casually, with blistering drums leading the way. I predict The Oh Sees are going to make this album, but maybe not until 2019."