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Infinity Forms Of Yellow Remember
Infinity Forms Of Yellow Remember

Infinity Forms of Yellow Remember are a psych/space rock band from Cardiff. They trade in being loud, being repetitive and unfettered use of wah-wah pedals, so you know, excellent, man. What makes it really good, though, is on top of that swirling psych racket are some glorious melodies. Self titled LP on Cardinal Fuzz.

Suzuki Junzo & Snakes Don't Belong In Alaska
The Ascended Master Teachings Of Suzuki Junzo & Snakes Don't Belong In Alaska

The Ascended Master Teachings… brings together the cult Japanese musician Suzuki Junzo with Newcastle-based psychedelic act Snakes Don’t Belong In Alaska, a chance meeting as touring/recording schedules overlapped. 75 minutes of glorious, droning freak-out pyrotechnics spread over four sides of vinyl. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (CFUL142)
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  • Limited edition
  • Last copy

Tengger
Segye

Segye is an album of hypnotic, harmonium and analogue synthesizer compositions by pan-Asian band and traveller family Tengger. Complete with angelic vocals, this album is a marriage between the organic and the electronic. One particular Bandcamp comment describes it as 'aural hang gliding'. I needn't say more. For fans of Brian Eno and William Basinski.
  • Vinyl LP (CFUL126)
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  • Limited edition
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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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  • Cardinal Fuzz

The Janitors
15 Years of Fuzz and Folköl

Is there a rule that fuzz related musics needed to draw attention to it? Cardinal Fuzz are releasing 15 Years of Fuzz and Folköl by fuzz rockers The Janitors. These Swedes have stretched fuzz as far as it will go, so it's fascinating to here how the band has changed over the decade and a half it's existed. That they got through several bands worth of band members too probably helps.
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Hawkeyes
Last Light Of Future Failure

The second full-length album from Hawkeyes arrives with fire in its belly. Last Light Of Future Failure strays from the path of fully-blasted doom in order to add in further heavy and psychedelic aspects, so that this album’s sound, achieved with a full four guitarists, is more varied and more richly textured than before. On Cardinal Fuzz.
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White Manna
Ape On Sunday

When the fuzz was come who will you stand with? Cardinal Fuzz or Fuzz Club? White Manna have sided with the former.. for now. Ape On Sunday sees the band making almost unbearably brooding kosmische, the sort of music that would have me constantly looking over my shoulder on a nighttime walk through the park. 
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

Black Bombaim
Zone Of Resident Bodies

Portugese space/psych rockers Black Bombaim have teamed up with three electronic composers to create their new album Zone Of Resident Bodies. Composers Jonathan Saldanha, Luís Fernandes, Pedro Augusto worked with the band in different locations from an old auditorium, a cavernous space in a post office building and a reverberation room at an engineering university. This removed the band’s reliance on the safety of a studio, with interesting results. On Cardinal Fuzz.
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The Sand Pebbles
Ghost Transmissions

The Sand Pebbles are a rock band from Melbourne whose sound is at the flowery end of the the psych rock scale, and if that sounds wrong to you, then think again. Their classic album, Ghost Transmissions, is being pressed on vinyl for the first time. It adds an updated freshness to the sound of 1967. Heavyweight vinyl with download featuring the album plus 9 bonus tracks on Cardinal Fuzz, limited to 350 copies.

Dreamtime
Tidal Mind

Much-anticipated fourth studio album from Australian psychedelic rock merchants Dreamtime. Inspired by the sounds of late Sixties/early Seventies jams and Kosmiche Musik, on Tidal Mind the Brisbane four-piece focuses on maritime themes. Consequently, this latest effort sounds much more fluid and peaceful than previous outings. 
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

Plastic Crimewave Syndicate
Massacre Of The Celestials

Plastic Crimewave Syndicate present their fourth album of gnarly fun, the grandly-titled Massacre Of The Celestials. The hefty backbone of this album is psych-rock, with that drawling vocal, those propulsive rhythms and that sweet fuzz, but this is also a group happy to let a single weird sound play alone for more than a minute and let their organ squeal all over the shop. Good stuff! On Cardinal Fuzz.
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Dead Sea Apes
The Free Territory

Dead Sea Apes have previously released a record called Sixth Side Of The Pentagon, which is either a very good or very bad title depending on how high you are (Norman says: don’t do drugs). On new LP The Free Territory this Mancunian group double down on the stoner chic, serving up some powerful and doomy psych-rock. The Free Territory’s title track, for instance, is a gigantic sludge of riff and reverb that would make Sleep proud. Very nice stuff.
  • Vinyl Double LP (CFUL132)
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  • Limited edition
  • Last copy
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

Prana Crafter
MindStreamBlessing

MindStreamBlessing by Prana Crafter AKA Will Sol, is an album that you’ll probably want to make some time and space for. You need to be sitting/lying still to absorb this cosmic psych medicine mixed up from guitar, organ and drums. You should know that from the title though, right? On Cardinal Fuzz.
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Birth
Live In Tuscon

That’s the band Birth Live In Tucson, not just any old birth. This duo also play in The Myrrors, a band who are a favourite of the Cardinal Fuzz roster, so it makes sense for the Yorkshire label to be fronting this record. Live In Tucson is a highly potent improvisation that draws from stargazing mystics like LaMonte Young, Spacemen 3 and Terry Riley.
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

Mt. Mountain
Golden Rise

So good they (sort of) named them twice. Mt. Mountain are another Australian band that have found a home at the purveyors of the finest psych-rock, Cardinal Fuzz. The Perth band plough the brooding psych-rock furrow and have toured in support of bands like Boris, Sleep and King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard. Golden Rise is their new and third LP.
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Dark Fog
Make You Believe

Dark Fog’s music is like a fog that’s so thick it feels like soup. Defying genre and classification, Make You Believe is murky, noisy, with high-pitched vocals leaking in through the cracks in the wall of sound. Endless riffs and frenetic drums, sometimes parting ways to leave room for a tiny moment of respite, kick out the floor and leave you falling. 
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

Snakes Don't Belong In Alaska
Snakes Don't Belong In Alaska

Kind folks at Cardinal Fuzz are putting out more stoner and psych rock than we can keep up with. This time they’ve picked Snakes Don’t Belong in Alaska’s first two albums, which were previously only available on cassette. Expect heady drones, ten-minute guitar solos, a snake-free Alaska, and maybe an occasional moment of respite. What more could you want?
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

Sunflare
ON

Portuguese punk anyone? Well, it's the meanest, fuzziest type there is. Sunflare's debut on Cardinal Fuzz is a scorcher! It is riotous noise bouncing off itself and swirling cymbals over pedal delayed riffs, all totally free form. ON is turned on alright - and ranked up to the top too.    
  • Vinyl Double LP (CFUL118)
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

Dire Wolves
Paradisiacal Mind

Did you hear that Dire Straits and Chris Rea are recording an album together? That’s the start of an old joke, and let’s hope that it never, ever becomes a reality. One thing for sure is that they wouldn’t call themselves Dire Wolves because that name is already taken by this bunch of friendly ladies and men from California who play what they describe as ‘hazy lazy spacehead music’. So hazy and lazy in fact that they can’t even remember if Paradisiacal Mind is their 10th or 12th album. LP on Cardinal Fuzz.
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Old Mexico
Old Mexico

Old Mexico is a collaboration between Dead Meadow’s Jason Simon, Dave Mihaly, leader of L.A. spirit jazz ensemble Dave Mihaly & Shimmering Leaves and Trans Van Santos. Simon produced and directed the project which sees him picking raga motifs as Trans Van Santos channels Grateful Dead’s Bob Weir through his guitar work on the stoned dusty desert exploration. LP on Cardinal Fuzz.
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The Shooting Guns
Nosferatu Live Score

Everybody's favourite creeping creep has been given a dark doom-psych soundtrack by The Shooting Guns. 'Nosferatu Live Score' was recorded in 2016 in the band's native Saskatoon in the Canadian prairies. It's a suitably dark and brooding soundtrack that feels strikingly modern yet in keeping with the 1922 classic film.  
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

The Trimdon Grange Explosion
s/t

It took Trimdon Grange Explosion seven years to get from dropping their debut single (2010) to their debut LP (2017). Originally released by Borley Rectory, the group’s eponymous full-length now gets a go on Cardinal Fuzz (Mt. Mountain, The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol). The band’s fusion of Lou Reed-ish garage rock, British folk modes and the occasional whiff of ‘90’s indie makes for a pleasingly novel sound.
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

Velvet Elevator
Principium

The world of psych-rock is littered with bad band names, but even by the genre’s low bar Velvet Elevator is poor. Principium also ain’t a great title for an album, and the record's cover hath a special place in hell. Anywho, things pick up when you actually put the thing on. On this LP, Velvet Elevator come through with a retro-tastic blend of Sabbath-aping riffage, droney psych-Kraut and that sort of Arthur Brown-type possessed-frontman thing.
  • Vinyl LP (CF0124)
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  • Limited edition
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

Banshee
CAW!

Cardinal Fuzz, if you couldn’t guess from the name and the fact that they’ve released LPs by bands called things like Glitter Wizard, are a psych-rock label. They’re a pretty good one too - their records tend to front riffs aplenty and energy to burn. Banshee’s CAW! does little to buck that trend. This is psych-punk to keep you warm on cold winter nights.
  • Vinyl LP (CF0125)
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  • Limited edition
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

Mt. Mountain
Cosmos Terros

Mt Mountain reissue their 2016 LP Cosmos Terros to hwet the hwhistle of those slobbering psych-rock junkies who gaze, saucer-eyed, at the ringed November date in their calendars that promises the release of the Perth group’s third LP. Six tracks of jingle-jangle nice-nice here. Tame Impala, obviously. King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, obviously.
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

The Jim Mitchells
Love Hypnotic

Following on from debut EP, Planet Absorbed, which was crammed full of danceable psych-rock, The Jim Mitchells come at you again with their debut LP, Love Hypnotic. The LP broadens their sound further to include more earworming melodies and spaced-out wows than before. Limited edition LP of 230 copies on Cardinal Fuzz.
  • Vinyl LP (CF0113)
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  • Limited edition

The Jim Mitchells
Planet Absorbed

Aussie pysch/garage rockers The Jim Mitchells are led by multi-instrumentalist Jim Mitchell. They make the brand of psych-rock that makes you want to dance. Their first EP, Planet Absorbed, will have fans of Ty Segall and White Fence falling over themselves to get involved. Limited edition EP on Cardinal Fuzz.
  • Vinyl LP (CF0112)
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  • Limited edition
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Adam Stone & Dead Sea Apes
Warheads

Leeds psych-rock label Cardinal Fuzz (The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol, The Cosmic Dead) with a limited-run collaborative release here. Warheads pairs writer/artist Adam Stone and Mancunian instrumental rockers Dead Sea Apes. These seven tunes are a doomy mix of lo-fi fuzz-rock and semi-lucid ramblings reminiscent of the late Mark E. Smith.
  • Vinyl LP (CF098)
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  • Limited edition
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

White Manna
Pan

White Manna are fuzzing out again! Time to dive into Pan, their newest record, filled with distorted psych rock. Mixed by Phil Manley, the album is packed with raw energy. Cruise through the ancient forest of Northern California while sounds distort into colors and light. Released on vinyl in a bunch of colors!
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol
Box Set II

A deluxe dose of hard rockin’ freaky-deekiness from Ottawa psychsters The Band Whose Name Is A Symbol here. Their second box set to be released by Cardinal Fuzz (The Left Outsides, Cosmic Dead) collates their already-released LPs Superficial Marks, Biker Smells and Punks Twats and Urban Cowboys along with new record Basement Blowouts, two CDs of old offcuts, a booklet and a poster. If you’re into Kraut-/psych-/garage-rock and are seeking something to keep you going all summer long, then look no further.
  • Vinyl LP box set (CF0102)
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  • Limited edition
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

Stephen Bailey
Silo

The Australian public’s insatiable thirst for psychedelia has spawned a solo LP by Mt. Mountain frontman Stephen Bailey. Silo is full of pretty, melodic, well-crafted psych-pop. Tame Impala, Galaxie 500, that sort of thing. The people have spoken. Out via Cardinal Fuzz (The Left Outsides, The Cosmic Dead).
  • Vinyl LP (CF0108)
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  • Limited edition

Demian Castellanos
The KYVU Tapes Volume II

Cardinal Fuzz front this selection of exploratory ambiences by The Oscillation driving-force Demian Castellanos. The KYVU Tapes Volume II collects tracks Castellanos put to tape in the 90s and sees him setting aside the formal constraints of his main group. Entries like ‘Shimmer’ and ‘Transparent Landscape’ are forceful and hypnotic drones. Only 200 copies.

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. 
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

ZONG
ZONG

Heavy, decade spanning psyche rock from Brisbane's Zong, on an album which connects together historic fuzz and doom. Sabbath is an obvious reference point, but modern outfits like Eternal Tapestry and Astra also have kinship here. It's a vivid, totally tripped-out journey for horizon gazers everywhere.
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

Moths & Locusts
Intro / Outro

Basic rule for garage rock: if there’s more guitar than fuzz, there’s not enough fuzz. Enter Moths & Locust, who are making, if nothing else, a huge fuzz. Brace yourself for some heavy and noisy psychedelic rock on their new album Intro / Outro, produced by Rob the Viking. Out soon on beautiful yellow vinyl. 
  • Vinyl LP (CF080)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • Last copy

Hotel Wrecking City Traders
Passage To Agatha

Hotel Wrecking City Traders are Australia’s answer to bands like The Cosmic Dead or Hey Colossus: big, brash psychedelic rock madness that gets seriously heavy without taking itself too seriously. Passage to Agartha is their first double album, and they use the extra space to travel to space. Double LP on Cardinal Fuzz and Evil Hoodoo.
  • Vinyl Double LP (CFEH 101)
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

The Cult Of Dom Keller
Paradiso Is On Fire

The Cult Of Dom Keller meld the sounds of Spacemen 3 and The Jesus and Mary Chain in a psych/goth DIY fashion. Their latest LP, Paradiso is on Fire was recorded live in Amsterdam and Antwerp whilst the East Midlands band were touring their 2016 LP, Goodbye To The Light. It features tracks from the breadth of their three-album career.
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  • Cardinal Fuzz

Dead Sea Apes
Sixth Side Of The Pentagon

Manchester’s Dead Sea Apes don’t seem comfortable in whatever shape they are given, and pure points for balls on this one. Taking elements of psych, krautrock and drone always pushed them slightly out of the field, so they’ve taken the last track from their previous album Spectral Domain and injected a darkened dub element to it, reworking it into eleven tracks, including dub delays and monologues. Fair play, boys.
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  • Cardinal Fuzz