"Turbulent times breed turbulent songs. FuzzQueen’s new single “Angry, Angry” is an invigorating anthem for the marginalized, a cacophony of repressed rage exploding through the airwaves with empowered fury." - Atwood Magazine       http://atwoodmagazine.com/angry-fuzzqueen-premiere/

"Turbulent times breed turbulent songs. FuzzQueen’s new single “Angry, Angry” is an invigorating anthem for the marginalized, a cacophony of repressed rage exploding through the airwaves with empowered fury." - Atwood Magazine http://atwoodmagazine.com/angry-fuzzqueen-premiere/

Huffington Post Premieres "Ribbons and Flowers" Single

"FuzzQueen has it going on! “Ribbons and Flowers” is a powerful, mesmerizing song with magnetic attraction. The melody pulsates with contagious force, while Frisby’s resonant voice lures you into a sonic world of actinic color and filtered guitars. If you’re looking for something new, unique and powerful to listen to, “Ribbons and Flowers” is precisely what you’re looking for."

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FuzzQueen plays Fort Reno

Fort Reno Park, Washington D.C.

We're playing the legendary Fort Reno Concert Series! It's free! bring the family! All Ages - bring your dog, bring a picnic but don't bring glass, drugs, or alcohol

Audioteka Fest 2017

Club Heaven and Hell, D.C.

An a la carte, if you will, of the best local bands - tried and true sonic warriors, aiming for world wide domination and nothing less. Perhaps your friends are on the bill, coworkers, lovers and kind? Who knows maybe the next big thing is right around the corner and this could be your first chance to experience it before they ditch us for Coachella next year (you monsters!!!).

ON THE BILL (by date / alphabetical order) subject to change

FRIDAY, JULY 14th Bad Robot Jones Darlingtonia HyeTension Just What I Needed Lavender Lindsay Collette and The Evening Stars The Long Knives Ménage À Garage Outcalls The Prahns Rhett Repko Tempercrush Trajectories YoungHands The Band

SATURDAY, JULY 15th Amphetheatre The Anti-Social Collective The Aux Send Charged Minds Cosmic Romp Dangerous Curves Delta Creeps Dope Music Village Drive TFC EMMA Higher Numbers Josie McQueen Leisure Burn Madly Math Rat The Meer Tha Raw Touch the Buffalo Two Dragons and a Cheetah Van Dorn Asylum

SUNDAY, JULY 16th Between The Rain The Captivators Color Palette Contending FuzzQueen Grass Fed Jenny Hates Techno Lonely Ocean Mirror Factory Most Savage Gentlemen Neurotic Paul Santori's Random Opponent Queue Unring the Bell Virus 665 Waking Lily Working Theory Band

TICKETS https://www.eventbrite.com/e/audioteka-fest-tickets-34587398841

EVENT SPONSORED BY : 7DrumCity and Club Heaven and Hell DC

Ist Annual HERA Festival

State Theater, Falls Church, VA

the DMV's first ALL FEMALE FRONTED music festival! Get your tickets early!

-All ages -Tickets $20 Presale, $25 day of -Kids 12 and under $5

About projectHERA:

projectHERA strives to foster and nurture a community of positivity, growth, empowerment, and unity for women and girls of all ages. We strive to inspire females in music to freely explore their creativity and self expression

Through a variety of resources, including education workshops and local musical events, projectHERA is dedicated to building and strengthening our music community, while providing a safe and encouraging outlet for women and young girls.

Ear 2 the Ground Anniversary Party

The 5 Spot, Nashville, TN

The E2TG Residency finishes in style with a musicially diverse night of music.

Amelia White & the Blue Souvenirs - Amelia White is a long time East Nashville favorite who plays Americana music the way it meant to be - tough and touching and bitter and sweet. Backed by some of the best musicians around (The Blue Souvenirs this time around will be Parker Hawkins, Justin Amaral, and Sergio Webb - and maybe more).

Seductive and smokey, dark and woody like a road stop in the midwest somewhere, HOME SWEET HOTEL (White's latest album) bounces acoustic and electric guitars against backdrops by turns delicate or rocking, framing Amelia's voice and its quiet urgency, bearing traces of Amy Ray and early career Lucinda Williams. "Dangerous Angel" is taut with a subtle but undeniable sensual tension, while "dogs Bark" is a bluesy sardonic punch at people who talk too much about other people. "Rainbow Over the East Side" is a defiantly optimistic salute to her adopted home town of East Nashville.

SPECIAL GUESTS: FUZZQUEEN from Washington D.C.

Erin, Ben Tufts, and Chris Stelloh toured nationally for four years together as Miss Shevaughn & Yuma Wray, a band remarked upon by the likes of PopMatters, Sound Opinions, and Gaper's Block to have a knack for seamlessly bringing together diverse influences and sounds.

The trio’s new artistic venture, FuzzQueen is poised to introduce a completely unique sound that draws on 70’s rock, acid folk, 90’s indie, psychedelia, social activism, and post apocalyptic literature and film. FuzzQueen is the darker, heavier, mystical twin sister of the previous project. The band has most recently settled into Washington D.C. group music house where they host art and music shows.

6:00pm (5:30 doors) $5 Cover 21+

FuzzQueen - Ardamus - Franca Lingua - Nuex

Smith Public Trust, Washington D.C.

Donation for touring acts. Genre eclectic bill! Ardamus - the dark side of D.C. conscious rap Nuex - Baltimore Electro-soul Lingua France - Literary wordplay and social commentary from Athens, GA and FuzzQueen (that's us!)

great food and drinks All Ages

Record Store Day!

Mobius Records, 10409 Main St. Suite D, , Fairfax, Virginia 22030

We are more than happy to announce our musical performances for Record Store Day (4/22/17). Super! Silver! Haze! (Brendan Canty - Fugazi/Deathfix and Doug Kallmeyer - Dubpixel/The Mantis) and FuzzQueen (DC psych rockers) will be performing around 2pm. Posters will be for sale for the performance with all proceeds and donations going to benefit the Fort Reno music series.

Rock For RAINN benefit

Slash Run, Washington D.C.

FuzzQueen with Menage a Garage and Pagan Reagan

All proceeds from the $10 donation benefit RAINN the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network