NRR sat down with Ann Arbor’s stoner rock heavy hitters Blue Snaggletooth to talk about Beyond Thule, new music, and the upcoming Fuzz Fest II.

Blue Snaggletooth have been gaining a big following in the Midwest and overseas with their punk-inspired brand of stoner rock. On their latest album, Beyond Thule, they have baked up some big fat riffs filled with fuzz-infused power.

Chris Taylor (vocals/guitar) has been instrumental in pulling together a wealth of great talent to a festival he puts on in Ann Arbor, Michigan called Fuzz Fest. This year’s festival takes place on June 11-13 at the legendary Blind Pig. The festival features 33 bands with music running non-stop each night on two stages. Headliners include The Amino Acids, Wolf Eyes, and Beast In The Field.


NRR met up with the band outside their studio to talk about their music, the state of music today, plans for the future, and Fuzz Fest.

Interview with Blue Snaggletooth

Blue Snaggletooth
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Fuzz Fest II

Blind Pig
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About The Author

Chuck is a native Michigander. He grew up in Detroit, and later Pinckney. He now calls Ann Arbor home. Running is in Chuck’s blood. He has run several marathons and numerous other races. His favorite race is Dances with Dirt in Hell, Michigan. Chuck was first exposed to photography in 7th grade. He has been a photographer ever since, honing his skills shooting landscapes and most recently concerts. In addition to experiencing music from behind the camera, Chuck is a musician in his own right. He has been playing guitar since his teen years. He played in Detroit area metal band, Battalion, recorded two independent releases, and toured. Today when not covering concerts, you can find him online at his blog, Life In Michigan.

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