"Like Mazzy Star run through a vintage fuzz pedal and synched to beats."

Expanda Fuzz play #MEGAPHONO2018 

Expanda Fuzz photo Petr Maur! 

Next up we play #MEGAPHONO2018!

If you haven't been before, this is a great indie festival that showcases incredible underground artists from near and far, while showing off our thriving-sometimes-frozen Ottawa music scene hot🔥bed to international delegates.

We play Friday, February 9th at House Of Targ


Michael Rault 

Expanda Fuzz 
That's us, natch! 


Queen Of Swords 

at House of Targ 
1077 Bank Street 

$10 advance / $12 doors 
Free with MEGA PASS or FO’SHOWS wristband
Advance tickets available in stores at The Record Centre, Vertigo Records, both locations of Compact Music, and online here.

Doors at 9:00 pm 
19+ / licensed

Facebook event is here!

Get your passes here: TICKETS!

Here are the artists: ARTISTS AT MEGAPHONO 2018


Merry Christmas Crinkler from Expanda Fuzz!  

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all our friends, regardless of what and how you celebrate this time of year!

We put together a playlist of some of our holiday favourites ... WAY OFF the usual beaten track of festive songs. 

Grab a spiked lait du poule and share this playlist with your friends! 


Next show: Ottawa's Record Centre, November 9th 

Expanda Fuzz photo by Petr Maur

It's fundraising time for CHUO and our pals there are putting on a series of shows in November, starting with us and Deathsticks this Thursday November 9th. 


The Record Centre 
1099 Wellington St W. 

Doors at 6 pm - show ends at 9pm.
PWYC - Support the bands! 
All Ages!

Facebook event is here

Support CHUO!



Let’s celebrate! 
We make great radio all year long and rarely take the time to stop and appreciate what we do so we are throwing parties four Thursdays in a row at The Record Centre! Other parties will feature Fire Queen, No Mistakes in Space, So Sensitive, Plant Legs and more!

We have a unique community powered, listener supported approach to radio. CHUO 89.1 FM provides hyper-local, independent, and diverse programming unparalleled in the city. We are an independent bilingual, community station broadcasting on the FM airwaves since May 31st, 1991. We are a small not-for-profit organization with two full-time, one part-time and three student staff members. Broadcasting in over 10 different languages and playing many different styles of music: indie rock, hip-hop, soca, reggae, jazz, funk – you’ll hear it all on CHUO. We have our finger on the pulse and we love spreading the word about what’s happening in our city.



Expanda Fuzz. Hallowe'en Ice Cream. BOO! 


Here's a new single just in time for your Hallowe'en party DJ needs. 'Hallowe'en Ice Cream' is a fuzzy treat filled with spirits and spooky guitars, served up on a Ouija board.

Spook out with us on Bandcamp here:



Expanda Fuzz release 'The Last Of The Who Heads' EP, play launch show 

Photo of Expanda Fuzz at the Palomino, Calgary during Sled Island: by Arif Ansari

Hey Expanda Fuzz pals, 

We've got some new music to share with you, from our garage to yours:  

'The Last Of The Who Heads' is a brand new track some of you may recognize from recent live sets. 

The second track on this EP is a cover song called 'Cheerleader' which was written by Jeff Kainz and legendary Ottawa band 'Werbo' (Check out his amazing new band, Coastal Pigs).  

The downloadable EP is rounded out by a live version of our Bleuets song 'Psychopaths In Lukewarm Baths', recorded this summer, live-to-air on CJSW's 'Saved By The Bell' during Sled Island.  

And as always, the ultra cool Pez-inspired artwork is by Expanda Fuzz's own Niki Nine Doors

LIKE VINYL? To celebrate our upcoming release show with our pals Costal Pigs (who are also releasing a record that night) on Sept 28th at the House of Targ, we're releasing a SUPER limited 12" lathe cut: 

Side A: 'The Last Of The Who Heads'  

Side B: 'Cheerleader

And all 12" lathes come with a download card that includes the live version of Psychopaths In Lukewarm Baths (from our Bleuets EP).  

Folks who come to our show get first dibs on these 17 copies. Yep. SUPER limited.  

Show details: 
Thursday September 28th 
House of Targ 
1077 Bank St, Ottawa 
EARLY SHOW: early start, early finish: Doors 8pm, 8$ 
The Jerry Gross Organization: 8:30pm 
Expanda Fuzz: 9:30pm 
Coastal Pigs: 10:30pm


We play Ottawa Explosion + Calgary's Sled Island!  

It's true! We're playing two of our very favourite fests over the next two weeks! Come party with us. 



Saturday June 17th

Ottawa Explosion, Saw Gallery


Expanda Fuzz at 7pm! 

Buy passes at Ottawa Explosion now! 




Wednesday June 21st

Live performance on CJSW at 4pm (MST), 6pm (EST)

Listen online here


Wednesday June 21st

Sled Island, Calgary

The Palomino, Main Floor

Expanda Fuzz at 9:30pm!

Details here


Saturday June 24th

Sled Island, Calgary

Ship and Anchor, afternoon show

Expanda Fuzz at 3:00pm!

Details here


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Get our first album Bleuets here: 

"This two-piece would be equally at home playing to the beard-strokers at a Warhol Factory Party as they would be ignoring their neighbour’s angry knocks for making too much racket in the garage". - Sled Island

"Sometimes some stripped back rock'n'roll is just enough, add in the darker garage edge, and that's enough boxes ticked for me!" - Beehive Candy

"Expanda Fuzz may be my new favorite band." - Brent Oliver, Artistic Director, Up + DT Festival, on Twitter

Expanda Fuzz
was conceived attempting to rip apart a Pink Floyd song with a distorted bass and a fuzz-driven guitar through a ripped speaker cabinet...while playing to a Roland 404 sampler. The result of that experiment can be heard on the duo’s new record ‘Bleuets’, where they showcase their brand of catchy, droney, post-punk songs that hook heavily into a psych-garage sound.

Think Kim Deal fronting the Velvet Underground, or Mary Timony jamming with Suicide. And while that initial Pink Floyd cover has yet to surface, many more Expanda Fuzz releases are planned for 2017.


Photo by Andrew Carver

Photo by Andrew Carver

Photo by Ming Wu

Photo by Ming Wu