Arvid, previously Fuzz Daniels, recently debuted his sophmore album “Old Factory”, the new album offers a new evolution of Arvid’s unique sound. In production for the better part of a year this thirteen song EP features tight guitar solos that blend perfectly with ghost like vocals and a good dose of feedback.
The distinct distorted vocals still make an appearance throughout the whole album but as a whole “Old Factory Living” is much crisper and noticeably more upbeat than his first release “One Foot In The Gravy” . The Santana like guitar solos, which are the musician’s strongest feature, are much more prominent creating a pop rock feel to the album.
As a one man band, Arvid does an excellent job of blending multiple instrumentals to create a full band sound. That being said I would be interested in seeing how the music translates to a live performance. But whether live or listened to on a computer Arvid’s songs contain hauntingly beautiful guitar that will send a shiver down any listeners spine.
Song to Listen to “Don’t Need It”