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scuzzy

(ˈskəzi)
mod. repellent; unkempt. His clothes are always so scuzzy. He probably keeps them in a pile in his room.
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Produced by Vista-based Progressive Innovations and created by inventor Craig Pollard, Cyber Squats(R) are engineered in seven unique characters including: Scuzzy Board, Dingis.
WITH a song like Flowers - a scuzzy krautrock/post-punk cousin of the Breeders' Cannonball resplendent with gigantic chorus - it is difficult to see the Chichester trio hanging around in the leafy cathedral city for long.
But, as pretty as he is, his antics are starting to look a bit scuzzy.
Don't miss their brand of scuzzy garage rock, honed via exhaustive stints on the live circuit supporting the likes of Oasis and Foo Fighters, as well as well-received appearances at Reading, Glastonbury, Leeds and T in the Park.
Yo I'm a paparazzi/ I don't play no yatzi/I go pap-pap-pap my camera's up your crutch/ See I tell the truth from what I see and sell it to Perez Hilty/ Don't call my scuzzy making money that's my job celeb photography," she rapped.
They could almost have been talking about fresh-faced Cardiff four-piece Houdini Dax, who not only have an average age of 19, but have annoyingly for us more fogey-ish types also mastered the art of bashing out scuzzy, raucous rawk while the majority of their peers are still engrossed in their Xboxes.
DIRTY SWEET American Spiritual (Acetate Records) SAN Diego rabble rousers Dirty Sweet live up to their name with a lowdown and dirty set of sweet scuzzy rock and roll, somewhere on the colour palette between Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and White Stripes.
Free Energy's angle is straight-ahead-Dazed and Confused-style careening '70s guitars, minus the scuzzy druggy reverb-classic rock cut with the occasional synth flourish.
High energy rock pop that rattles along at breathtaking speed, cushioned only by the scuzzy guitars and soft-edged vocals.
It could be Wood End - low rent, scuzzy and in need of demolition - or it could be the ring road - convoluted, ugly and a throwback to a time best forgotten.
Treeology features a scuzzy, fuzzed-up mid-section, with guitars straining and screaming, akin to the dissonance usually associated with acts such as Sonic Youth.
When she gets home to meet a guy who's not quite her boyfriend -- he's scuzzy, but probably not quite scuzzy enough -- she finds his ear in an ashtray (so that's why the director took all those plot-device shots of his ostentatious earring) and a note on a bloody napkin demanding the car back.
The Kooks are that rarest of pop entities: a scuzzy, fresh-faced group who may very well restore your faith in the holy grail of English singer-songwriting stretching from Supergrass via (early) Blur to The Kinks and beyond.
The storage access layer consists of the interconnects - scuzzy cable, fiber channel, Escom - and the storage area network (SAN), products such as the firm's StorageNet series.