Fuzzy (band)

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Fuzzy was an American indie pop band based in Boston during the 1990s. The band was composed of singer-guitarists Hilken Mancini and Chris Toppin, and bassist Winston Braman, with the position of drummer being taken by David Ryan of Lemonheads for their first two records, or Nate Darden for Hurray For Everything. 'Flashlight', the lead single from their eponymous first album, narrowly missed an NME Single Of The Week award. In August 2016, Rolling Stone named Flashlight as one of top 50 songs of the 1990s[1].

In 1996, Fuzzy released Electric Juices[2]. Fuzzy supported Electric Juices by touring with Juliana Hatfield, Belly, Buffalo Tom, Velocity Girl and The Posies. In the months following the tour, Fuzzy was dropped by Atlantic Records. David Ryan left to attend grad school and was replaced by Nate Darden in 1997.

1999, Fuzzy saw the release of their final album, Hurray For Everything on the independent Catapult label [4].



  • Fuzzy (Seed, 1994)
  • Electric Juices (TAG Recordings, 1996)
  • Hurray for Everything (Catapult, 1999)


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