scuzz


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scuzz

(skʌz)
n
1. dirt
2. a disgusting person

scuzz

(skʌz)
n.
Slang.
Also called scuzz•ball (ˈskʌzˌbɔl) one that is contemptible.
[1965–70; back formation from scuzzy]
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Tonight's epic birthday bonanza features sets from Scuzz TV presenter Matt Stocks, plus former Rock Kitchen regulars Ron Blanco and Robbie Backett.
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Chicago-based indie-folk upstart Angel Olsen's latest album takes classic-sounding countryinspired numbers and smothers them in a layer of scuzz, creating a sound just a little out of step with the rest of the world.
With their most significant string of gigs yet, the band are looking to prove why Scuzz pointed to them as ones to watch for success in the future, and a jewel in the class of 2013's crown.
"It's been the coolest thing, to get a top 40 album and then, to get the Radio 1 play, the Kerrang play and Scuzz play, just blew us away.
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