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The Myrrors
Black Sand: Live In London

They say good things come to those that wait, so Fuzz Club are finally releasing a legendary 2015 performance by psych outfit The Myrrors. On the London Fields Brewhouse stage, the band rarely deviated from 'the solitary note held throughout the set'. If you enjoy drone music, minimalism, blackened desert rock/psych, and the experimentation of La Monte Young, then go buy 'Black Sand: Live In London'. 
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The Myrrors
Curved Entrances

Has there ever been a more psych-rock artefact than an album entitled Curved Entrances, made by a group called The Myrrors and released through a label that goes by the name of Cardinal Fuzz? If there has, we’ve not come across it. This record features two side-long jams that, as well as the obvious influence, also take in stoner metal, doom and a wee bit of Krautrock. Trippy, man.
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The Myrrors
Fuzz Club Session

The Myrrors got their name by putting the word ‘Mirror’ into an online psychedelic band name generator and pluralising it….or so I heard, anyway. The Arizona band, whose sound evokes the desert landscape they call home mixed with Eastern psychedelic rock and expansive instrumentation that includes violins and droned vocals have recorded a three track session for London’s Fuzz Club label. The label are big fans of the band, so invited them over. And Fuzz Club just know. 180g vinyl LP on Fuzz Club.
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The Myrrors
Borderlands

Wannabe seers the Myrrors continue to front the sweltering pychedelia you so love them for. Fans of the band will surely be pleased by Borderlands which promises to be an innate retelling of their sound, using the usual fuzzy raga to bring about an ecstasy you barely notice you're experiencing. See if you can hear their avant-jazz influences coming through: the press release cites Albert Ayler in the record's B-side, which we're inferring as a nod to its rather chaotic happenings.

The Myrrors
Lunar Halo

Tip: If you want to be psychedelic then replace the 'i' in your name with a 'y'. This is just what the Myrrors have done and it has stood them in very good stead. This latest release sees them in firm raga/freak out mode, an extended thirty minute transcendental improvisation cut over two sides of wax. 

The Myrrors
Hasta La Victoria

Meandering psychlords the Myrrors release so many sleepytime groove records you'd think they actually never for one second stopped jamming. They follow up Entranced Earth with another outing of evergreen patience, moving slowly through five open-world songs of stretched out guitar-wahing goodness.

Centralstodet / The Myrrors
Ljudkamrater

Transatlantic heavy psych team-up between the Arizona-based drone-rock gang The Myrrors and the progged-up Swedish crew Centralstödet. This split features epic new material from each band, and it must be said that the two sides complement each other very nicely. Ljudkamrater is released by both the Cardinal Fuzz and the Sky Lantern labels.
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The Myrrors / Cult Of Dom Keller
Fuzz Club 10" Split Single No. 7

This is the seventh release in the Fuzz Club 10" split single series featuring Arizona experimental psychedelic rock band The Myrrors and Nottingham DIY sound experimenters Cult Of Dom Keller. The Myrrors began as something of an underground phenomenon via YouTube with their first album ‘Burning Circles in the Sky’ finally getting picked up for release over five years after it was recorded. Cult Of Dom Keller have had a recent lineup change/power up having been joined by Jason Holt, of Spectrum on bass and Al Burns on drums.
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The Myrrors
Entranced Earth

Join The Myrrors for another trip into the outer cosmic psych-ways: they know a good short-cut. Entranced Earth, their third album is plenty spaced-out, although without the sonic flab one sometimes encounters on sets like these: The Myrrors are laser-focused on reaching those peaks. On Beyond Beyond Is Beyond.

The Myrrors
Burning Circles In The Sky

The Fuzz Club label repress The Myrrors raw debut, Burning Circles In The Sky. The group make a powerful, and often bleak, drone rock built from repetitive guitar and harsh organ. Tom Hayes’ mantra-like vocals turn the songs into dark folk that recalls Comus at their most psychedelic and burnt out.

The Myrrors
Arena Negra

Almost ritualistic sounding instrumentals from The Myrrors. Fiddles intertwine with guitars on an ascending journey, underpinned by slow but insistent rhythms. Some really satisfying pay-offs on this record, but the unhurried momentum of the builds are the best parts. Arena Negra is released by Beyond Beyond Is Beyond Records.

The Myrrors
Solar Collector

Psychedelic desert rockers Myrrors follow-up to sell-out debut album Burning Circles in the Sky. Shimmering, laid-back and fuzzy, the spaced-out sound conjures up images of the Arizonan landscape the band inhabit. Basement-vibed, 60s influenced sonic cowboy sounds. Limited edition screen-printed sleeve. Only 350, so be quick. 
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