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Le Fuzz play music from across the globe

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The last time Le Fuzz were at the Slice, they had a full house grooving to their tribute to Paul Simon’s “Graceland” album. Their return visit, June 25, they were playing their own music for a handful of people.Le Fuzz plays music of the world. Photo by Richard Amery

 The took the small, intimate audience around the world in their second set at the Slice, beginning with a modern Japanese folk song. They followed that up with something French, then  went Mexican.

Throughout there was plenty of percussion, loads of vocal harmonies and  a steady beat.

They added an array of musical  sounds with several different instruments including accordion and keyboards, which were used to create steel drums sounds during the Mexican piece.

Throughout the stand up bass was used to add extra percussion as were an array of different drums including bongos and a djembe all of which added to the world music feel.

— By Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
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