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Editors’ Notes

What might you expect from an L.A. band in which two members are sons of '80s punker Greg Kuehn (from T.S.O.L.) and whose name is an acronym for a skater slogan? And, for good measure, a band whose debut LP opens with a two-and-a-half-minute rager ("Cheap Beer") that recalls Black Flag? Now take that expectation and put a little twist on it: throw in some Best Coast, a dash of Ty Segall, and filter it all through a stinky, stained Wavves t-shirt. Voila! You've got Fidlar and a damn good time. Echoes of greasy garage punk ("Stoked and Broke," "LDA") and squalling reverb abuse ("White on White") shove up against drunken hootenanny punk ("Gimmie Something") and roiling surf punk ("Max Can't Surf," "Blackout Stout"). Psych-blues simmer through "Paycheck" and the deliciously serpentine "Cocaine." Singer Zac Carper muses on a hard-partying life in "No Waves"; then his thoughts are washed away by the tune's speedy, upbeat shots of guitar riffage, and he's shrugging off the worry. Good times, boys, and we thank you for it. Just don't do anything stupid; we'd like another record.

Customer Reviews

What a rush!

Listening to this album is like slammin' a 20 and than having a helicopter land on your head.

Buy the music and support this talented nihilistic band.


The revival of punk rock is soon to come and FIDLAR is leading the revolution.

you should listen to this.

and tell your mom you found some new music for her as well.


Born: 2009 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

In the midst of an underground skatepunk resurgence, with bands like Cerebral Ballzy and Trash Talk garnering Internet attention, FIDLAR were formed in Los Angeles. Influenced by So-Cal punk rockers like Offspring and blink-182 as well as older bands from the area (which they learned about from their dad’s record collection; he was the guitarist of T.S.O.L.), Max Kuehn and his brother Elvis were playing punk shows by their teens. By the time they were out of high school, Zac Carper and Brandon Schwartzel...
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