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Those psychlords behind the Fuzz Club might be the most hardworking people we know. Their commitment to churning out churners is admirable, offering us a whole range of artists who use guitar effects to meander and hypnotise. Housing their records wi...read more »

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The Telescopes
Strange Waves

At the same time as they prep a 30th anniversary re-issue of their debut Taste, the indefatigable psychedelic rock act The Telescopes look to the future, announcing a new 12” single ‘Strange Waves’ - backed with another newbie, ‘The Speaking Stones’ - on top of a new studio album for 2019, Exploding Head Syndrome. 
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Helicon
Helicon

Bringing music from the underground Glaswegian music scene comes the self-titled record from Helicon. Formed back in 2009, they have been a staple, a necessity if you will, of the 'up-and-coming' music scene in Glasgow and this record does not disappoint.
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Minami Deutsch & Damo Suzuki
Live At Roadburn

At the 2018 edition of the mighty Roadburn festival in quaint little Tilburg, Minami Deutsch did a live collaboration with krautrock maestro and ex-Can man Damo Suzuki. Once they got going, they didn't stop. The sense of propulsion at the core of the show absolutely finds its way onto the recording and deep into your soul. On Fuzz Club.
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RMFTM
Bliss

Eindhoven-based psychedelic act RMFTM (Radar Men From The Moon) return with a new EP of experimental exercises of drone, ambient and dark electronics. Propulsive rhythms, lysergic atmospheres, throbs and hisses of feedback, and deluges of murky synths feature in this three-track EP. Remember, Fuzz Club isn't just a label, it's a promise. 
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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 Telescopes
Taste (30 Anniversary Edition)

30th anniversary re-issue album on translucent purple vinyl of Taste, the quietly innovative 1989 debut album from British space rock act The Telescopes. Deserving to be mentioned in the same breath as Spacemen 3, JAMC and My Bloody Valentine, this edition comes with a booklet of exclusive contemporary photographs and new liner notes. 
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Various
The Reverb Conspiracy - Volume 6

Volume Six of the reliably fuzzy Reverb Conspiracy compilation series, showcasing all the finest psych-etc. that the Fuzz Club label sees fit to print. Some of their own bands are here, but also plenty of internationally-sourced groups that you may or may not know. Nice Biscuit, Steeple Remove, Julia Robert... loads of noisy guitar goodies to get stuck into.
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Vuelveteloca
Sonora Remixes

Chilean psych band Vuelveteloca celebrate over a decade of their blend of motorik grooves and Black Sabbath riffs with 'Sonora Remixes'. They've asked some of the biggest names in psych rock to contribute including the KVB, the Men, and A Place To Bury Strangers. The results are dubby, droney and of course, noisy.
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A Place To Bury Strangers
Fuzz Club Session

Live session by A Place To Bury Strangers for the does-what-it-says-on-the-tin Fuzz Club. Recorded at the end of their tour for their last album, 2018's Pinned, this recording captures the manic energy of those shows while also offering the band the chance to reflect on their songs they'd been playing. Vital document of a loud band at their loudest.
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Singapore Sling
Killer Classics

The long and fruitful Fuzz Club Records-Singapore Sling alliance bears more fruit with the latter’s fifth LP for the label. As you can probably tell from it's semi-NSFW artwork, Killer Classics is a typically in-your-face set of proto-punk from Henrik Björnsson’s project. All your favourite leather bands - The Stooges, Suicide, Jesus & Mary Chain etc - have a heavy influence on this record.
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Rev Rev Rev
Kykeon

The eagerly anticipated third studio album from the excellently titled Italian shoegaze band Rev Rev Rev. Amplifying and underlining all of the qualities that made their first couple of records so acclaimed - billowing sheets of MBV noise, Nico-esque incantations from singer Laura Iacuzio - Kykeon may be the definitive work of their career. 
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Cosmonauts
Star 69

Los Angeles’ garage-rock act Cosmonauts are close to becoming veterans at this point, now on their fifth studio album of sun-scorched, fuzzed-up psych-rock. This is the European pressing of Star 69, arriving just in time for the band’s limited run of European live dates and festival appearances. 
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JuJu
Maps and Territory

Another album of sprawling neo-psychedelia, encompassing traditional European folk to sub-Suharan African music, Maps and Territory is the third record from Juju and sees them double down on their ‘regular’ formula. Sometimes they even touch on *whisper it now* jazz. Features Goatman from the band Goat, who I can only assume is the band's dad.
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The Janitors
Fuzz Club Session

Creepy, freaky, droney, Swedish psych-rockers The Janitors recorded a session for Fuzz Club in London in September 2018 when on tour. The resulting four track recording features cuts from their LPs Drone Head and Horn Ur Marken and another from their EP Evil Doings Of An Evil Kind. 180g vinyl LP, limited to 400 copies, on Fuzz Club.
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The Underground Youth
Fill The Void

The Underground Youth play a brand of post punk influenced by The Velvet Underground, The Birthday Party, Bauhaus and Leonard Cohen. It’s fair to say that they look to the past for their ideas. Their new single, Fill The Void, found the Berlin-based band looking back at frontman Craig Dyer’s lyrics from 10 years ago, around the time the band were formed. The 7” is backed with Take Me Awry. 7” single on Fuzz Club, limited to 250 copies.
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Diagram
Transmission Response

Diagram is the solo recording moniker of Icelandic musician Hákon Aðalsteinsson, who normally fronts neo-psych outfit The Third Sound and plays guitar in The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Transmission Response, his first album by himself, is 12 tracks of synth-inflected post-punk and dream-pop. 
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The Underground Youth
Montage Images Of Lust And Fear

Another one from Fuzz Club Records and I'm please to confirm that yes, it's fuzzy! The Underground Youth are back with their ninth album Montage Images Of Lust And Fear a noisy, rocky, chuggy machine of an album that will tear through anything you put in front of it. There's is a style honed to perfection from extensive touring and a respectable work ethic.

RMFTM / 10000 Russos
Split

Dutch psych-rock scuzzers Radar Men from the Moon descend from their lunar abode for supplies and to collaborate with Portuguese men o’ drone 10,000 Russos. This is all at the invitation of the splendidly-named Fuzz Club label. The result sounds like a huge car repairs warehouse on a busy day. Great EQ on the drums on this one.
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Helicon
Zero Fucks

The beautifully titled Zero Fucks EP is the first new material from Helicon in just over a year, following their debut album. The songs came out of the desire for the Glasgow cosmic noise-fuzzers to add more animated material to their live set and once they were tested at Fuzz Club 2018 in Eindhoven they knew they had to get them on tape tout suite to keep the vibe going. Sounds exciting, yeah? 10" EP on Fuzz Club, limited to 300 copies.
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You Said Strange
Fuzz Club Session

Psych/shoegaze band, You Said Strange, had tunneled around the French underground before coming up to the surface, before embarking on a tour with The Dandy Warhols, and subsequently having their debut album, Salvation Prayer, produced by Warhols multi-instrumentalist, Peter Holmstrom. Now they’ve added their name to an increasingly impressive roster of artists recording Fuzz Club Sessions, recording at Lovebuzz studios in London.

JuJu
JuJu

Juju, the recording moniker of Sicilian artist Gioele Valenti, formerly of Lay Llamas and Herself, sees his self-titled album re-issued by Fuzz Club. A politically pointed mixture of modern psychedelia and African influences, the album touches on the tragedies that unfold every day in the mediterranean. 
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The Gluts
Dengue Fever Hypnotic Trip

Third LP from Milanese rockers The Gluts here. The thing’s called Dengue Fever Hypnotic Trip. It’s out on Fuzz Club, a label that has previously released records by acts with names like Sonic Jesus and The Underground Youth. Yep, that’s right - you better believe that this is some loud-as-hell psych-rock we’ve got our hands on here. Dengue Fever Hypnotic Trip will melt faces from 50 feet.
  • Vinyl LP (FC108V12)
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The Oscillation
Wasted Space

London psychedeliacs The Oscillation drop their second LP of the year on Fuzz Club (Lumerians, Sonic Jesus). Wasted Space is a record of slightly proggy space-rock jams that are powered by some cracking work from the rhythm section. The likes of ‘Drop’ drive forward on grooves equal-parts Motorik beat and the cosmic house of Screamadelica-era Primal Scream.

The Underground Youth
A Lo-Fi Cinematic Landscape

This hazy and ambient collection of instrumentals is A Lo-Fi Cinematic Landscape, thought up by Berlin creative The Underground Youth aka Craig Dyer. The release was intended to accompany a short story, awash with damming and fateful melancholy, that was never fully conceived. 

NONN
NONN

Fuzz Club begin to sonically diversify the fuzz with new band NONN, who cover coldwave and post-punk territory reminiscent of Suicide and New Order. If you're expecting endless psych dirges, then you'll probably be refreshed by this debut release from a band that's taking the label to fresh places. There's more to life than psych??

A Place To Bury Strangers / The Telescopes
Split Single No. 6

More Fuzz Club split single action, this time extolling the rather more industrial sounds to normal of A Place To Bury Strangers. Blazing, gritty stuff it is too. They are teamed up with The Telescopes, whose foreboding little cover of The Stooges pairs fabulously. 10 more inches of top action in this exciting series.

Throw Down Bones
Two

When you get a Fuzz Club release in you usually expect it contain a dose of long-haired psych-rock freakiness. So it’s quite a surprise when, instead of that, you find yourself dealing with the screeching industrialism of Throw Down Bones. Two is the sort of thing you more readily associate with a label like Posh Isolation, so kudos to the Fuzz Club gang for taking a punt on this one. It’s good, too. Fuck Buttons fans should pay attention.

NONN
XVII

Second album of brooding post-punk and gnarled electronics from Scandinavian artist Christian Eldefors, also known as NONN. Following his debut record last year, Eldefors has now roped in a full band - one member being his brother Alexander - in doing so creating a denser and more claustrophobic sound. It's a cohesive but varied record, switching from taught menace to goth inflected 80s style pop.
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10,000 Russos
Fuzz Club Session

10,000 Russos, a Portuguese band, offer up a live-in-the-studio session for release on the Fuzz Club label. The band are playing songs here, but they aren’t too hung up on song structure: loooooong droning intros are very welcome here. 10,000 Russos’ Fuzz Club Session is pressed to heavyweight 180g vinyl.
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Steeple Remove
Vonal-Axis

Train a microscope on London’s Fuzz Club and you’ll find the fuzz not consisting of noisy psych music itself, but rather of a sheer density of releases. They’re practically fuzzin’ ‘em out at the moment, and the latest is by aloof French veterans Steeple Remove - magnificent, shimmering guitars leading them between shoegaze, post-punk, kosmische and I’d say a dollop of prog.

The Gluts
Fuzz Club Session

Why have a studio in a building when you could have one on a boat? London fuzz-fanciers Fuzz Club took this question to its logical conclusion and now they have a floating studio at Trinity Wharf. And between their recording engineers, their curated musicians and apparently the designer behind the Extras TV series titles, they’re putting out some serious sessions on wax. This one’s with gnashing Milanese noise-punks The Gluts, a seething snapshot of their furious live sound.
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Medicine Boy
Lower

Berlin-based Cape Town duo Medicine Boy are now members of London’s Fuzz Club - just in time for their second LP! This one’s called Lower and positively brims with tension. When not actually tipping over into angsty, swirling noise-pop, the songs often sit anxiously right on the edge, ready to go.

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 Oscillation
U.E.F

Famed world over [citation needed] as both psychlords and punks, it's good to see Demian Castellanos' band The Oscillation back in business. It's their fifth LP and you better believe it when we tell you it comprises two songs, twenty minutes each, leaning in on Castellanos' solo approach to electronica and kosmische. Less groove, more groan, as U.E.F. takes his band to challenging new places.

Tales of Murder and Dust
Fuzz Club Session

(8) Ohhhhh say can you see Fu-fu-fuzz fuzz fuzz fuzz-yyyyy? (8) *Guitar solo for a minute or so longer than it should have lasted* As the National Anthem Of Fuzz noodles away in the background, we turn and salute the flag of Fuzz Club. Wiping a tear from our eye, our hearts swelling with pride, we look back to the stage to see our heroes, Danish group Tales Of Murder And Dust, anointed with their crown. The latest inductees into Fuzz Club’s ‘Sessions’ series place their hands on the book, solemnly swear to do right by the ghost of Jimi, and perform three old tracks and a new one too.

Lumerians
Call Of The Void

The Void has clearly called up Lumerians and just told ‘em to keep on doing what they’re doing, man. The Californian space-rockers have heeded said Call Of The Void and turned in another psychedelic smorgasbord, this time getting the people at Fuzz Club (King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard, Night Beats) to do the heavy lifting. Krautrock, free jazz, drone, Zamrock - they’re all neatly assimilated into this stylishly unkempt LP.

Vuelveteloca
Sonora

As a life long fan of Bolivian psych-rock, I was naturally sceptical of Vuelveteloca, the supposed legends of Chilean psych-rock. Yet here they are, on Fuzz Club Records with their fifth album Sonora, smashing the doomiest, most stoned rock together with the hyper connectivity of a heavy metal Kraftwerk operating suicidal seventies super-computers. And their last album was called Pantera. Cool!

Crimen
Silent Animals

The latest freaky tome to be released by Fuzz Club is the debut LP by Italian trio Crimen. Despite Silent Animals being their first crack at a full-length the group have been together over a decade at this point, and the well-worn chemistry between the three of them is a boon for the band. Music-wise we veer between poles of Wooden Shjips-y slinks (‘Flahzz’) and electro-punk-tinged garage-rock numbers (‘Six Weeks’).

You Said Strange
Salvation Prayer

We didn’t actually, but that’s fine. You Said Strange, the newest paid-up members of the Fuzz Club, cut their debut LP with Dandy Warhol Peter Holmström after the bands toured together back in 2015. No prizes for guessing who Salvation Prayer sounds like. Fortunately for you it’s about time we had some more Dandies in our lives.

Routine Death
Parallel Universes

You expect a sense of intimacy from a husband / wife duo, but Routine Death complicate the proposition by living 7000 miles away from one another, despite being married! But, like with any good relationship, they make the band work, using file-sharing approaches in order to precisely focus what they want to achieve. Parallel Universes is a tightly put-together noisey shoegaze-pop debut, perfect for the Fuzz Club label.

RF Shannon
Trickster Blues

The 2017 debut LP from RF Shannon gets a UK release via Fuzz Club (Sonic Jesus, The Underground Youth). Band leader Shane Renfro has come up with eight evocative psych-pop cuts for Trickster Blues which will appeal to those of a Tame Impala/Whitney disposition. The songs are expertly crafted and nicely captured. Perfect summertime listening.
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The Third Sound
All Tomorrow’s Shadows

You’ve heard of All Tomorrow’s Parties. How about some of All Tomorrow’s Shadows? It’s the fourth album of The Third Sound, aka Hákon Aðalsteinsson, who is known from Singapore Sling and as a live member of Brian Jonestown Massacre. This LP has a bit of a vintage psych sound, with confident vocals and some strong kraut leanings to boot.

Dreamweapon
SOL

Portuguese krautadelia band Dreamweapon (a single reference to Spacemen 3’s double-reference to Angus “Velvet Underground” MacLise and La Monte Young) return with SOL, a four-stage zone-out blowout recorded in a single take. You’ve got your phaser/delay combo on the guitar, your rattling, droning bass, huge reverb and, somewhere in the distance far below, a devoted drum kit tapping away.

Las Cobras
Temporal

The Uruguayan  duo of Las Cobras release their debut LP in the shape of Temporal. This nine track LP is the band's first release since their formation in the Summer of 2016. Temporal is a psychic movement, sure to draw the attention of any psyche-heads looking for a new album. The album is influenced by many different roots, taking inspiration from many psychic greats like BJM, but also keeps to its South American roots. Throughout the LP, you can expect enthralling musical psychedelia mixed with classical Latin rooted beats, all mixed in an eclectic LP or the ages.
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  • Fuzz Club

Nest Egg
Nothingness Is Not A Curse

Boy howdy that name is a lot huh? Nothing Is Not A Curse is the new album from a trio of North Carolinian nihilists who go by Nest Egg. They groove hard to a motorik beat and a brick house bass line leaving the top end to turn the psychedelia up as high as you'd expect from anything on the Fuzz Club label. 

Night Beats
Fuzz Club Session

Now surging upon an upward momentum, Seattle-incepted garage-rock band Night Beats have become a key player in their scene. Fuzz Club Session is the first installment of a new series, and there's not many better bands to kick off this collection than this innovative trio - who take the best of their genre from the past and evolve it into something ground-breaking and fresh.

Various
The Reverb Conspiracy Volume 5

Those of you who still want to join the Fuzz Club get another chance with their fifth edition of Riffslemania, aka The Reverb Conspiracy Volume Five. Like the previous four, this is full of blown-up, fuzzed-up, bunged-up, backed-up, f*cked-up psych/garage/kraut riffery. The vinyl are a nice colour. One for the freaks x
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Black Lizard
Celebration Of A New Dawn

Celebration Of A New Dawn is the third album by self-proclaimed leading Finnish garage rock band Black Lizard. They’ve made what could be their best record yet, taking the best psych rock bits from the Nuggets compilations and ‘90s shoegaze as their influences to make an album relevant for today. LP on Fuzz Club.

JuJu
Our Mother Was A Plant

Hot on the heels of their 2016 debut LP, Gioele Valenti’s JuJu are back with eight more wacky tracks. As well as plenty of the classic psych-rock subject matter - man’s relationship with nature, shamanism, that sort of thing - Our Mother Was A Plant also touches plenty on the refugee crisis currently having repercussions in Valenti’s native Sicily. Musically we have kraut, garage, drone and pretty much everything else thrown into the mix.
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  • Fuzz Club

Pretty Lightning
The Rhythm Of Ooze

Some may call it psych, some may call it rock, some may call it drone. I would call it all three. The Rhythm of Ooze is the ten-track release from Pretty Lightning and is a cracking addition to most - if not all - collections of any of the above mentioned genres. Available on vinyl LP and released on Fuzz Club. 

Sekel
Sekel

The key words when needing to describe this band are 'punk' and 'Sweden', so you can pretty much come to your own conclusions about the nature of this record. This ten-track release is a cracking addition to most - if not all - punk/kraut music collections and is available on vinyl LP and released on Fuzz Club. 

RMFTM
Subversive III: Spelende De Mens

RMFTM (that’s Radar Men From The Moon for names-in-full fans) close out their trilogy of Subversive albums with De Splende Mens, perhaps the most potent entry in the series. The Eindhoven group pull all manner of dark and experimental sound styles into their orbit, chewing them up and spitting out a frenzied power-pulse of punk-industrial-krautrock-technoid sounds. Double LP on Fuzz Club.

The Entrance Band
Fuzz Club Session

Power trio The Entrance Band headed up by Guy Blakeslee features members of Pixies, A Perfect Circle, QOTSA. They take the stoner come psychedelic route that Kyuss roamed and go further down that path. Part of Fuzz Club’s Sessions, it was recorded straight onto tape and features two improvised jams and a cover of Can’t Seem To Make You Mine by The Seeds

Dead Rabbits
Everything Is A Lie

Southampton shoegazers Dead Rabbits (that's Dead Rabbits UK, not to be confused with the metal band from Arizona) release this throwback effort, more than slightly reminiscent of Loop, Spacemen 3, etc. The band themselves describe it as "...the only honest thing you’ll hear in a world full of lies and hate." So probably worth investing in a vinyl copy then.

The Underground Youth
Fuzz Club Session

As The Underground Youth were touring their eighth album, What Kind OF Dystopian Hellhole Is This? They dropped in at the studios of London-based label, Fuzz Club. As with previous Fuzz Club recordings, it was a celebration of all things analogue, putting the live band directly onto tape. This raw interpretation makes the Berlin-based psychedelic post-punks even more beautiful and haunting than before. Indies only, limited to 400 copies.

RMFTM
Fuzz Club Session

RMFTM are the Dutch guys who love both motorik post-krautrock and proper Detroit-style techno! Here on their installment of Fuzz Club’s live-in-the-studio Fuzz Club Session series, the group do not hold back one ounce of their fierce, total-forward-momentum sound, and thank god for that. Powerful 12” on Fuzz Club.

Holy Wave
Fuzz Club Session

Following the release of their 2016 LP, Holy Wave have been taken in by Fuzz Club to create another Fuzz Club Session. The band has moved on from their previous garage rock vibe towards a much more 1960’s psychedelic-rock sort of sound, a great little transition for the band. Available on vinyl LP.

Acid Baby Jesus
Lilac Days

Greek garage-rockers Acid Baby Jesus return from Athens after 3 years with their 3rd album, Lilac Days. The four-piece manage to distil warm, fuzzy 60s psych-pop and infuse mystic Eastern folkology with the dirt and grit of classic rock 'n roll -- these guys love the likes of The Stooges as much as Ravi Shankar. Well, so do we. 180-gram vinyl LP, or CD, from those Fuzz Club rapscallions.

Various
The Reverb Conspiracy Volume 3

Some bygone righteousness on The Reverb Conspiracy Volume 3. Another top draw compilation from those cats at Fuzz Club, with four sides of pure mysticism. One for the serious revivalist, full of tripped out acidic guitars, spirit cleansing drones, horns, drums and all the requirements needed for enlightenment. Sounds of the past and the future, with east meeting west. Out on double LP and CD from Fuzz Club.
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  • Fuzz Club

The Underground Youth
Delirium

Psychedelic shape-shifters the Underground Youth release a hundred thousand records a year so it's important they keep things fresh; with this repress of 2011's Delirium that's actually achieved by going back to their original sound, a low-key and slow-cooked psych rock with hints of blues and stoned-out space worship. Recommended to fans of the Spacemen 3 and mister Brian Jonestown Massacre.

Sonic Jesus
Grace

As we know too easily psych rock will never die. Labels like Fuzz Club and Rocket are bringing all kinds of shades of it to our attention. Take Sonic Jesus for example. The brain child of one Tiziano Veronese out of Italy. On his second album he matches the earlier barrage of gruesome psych with a newfound pop sensibility with pounding beats and the dark heart still intact. 

The Oscillation / 10,000 Russos
Fuzz Club 10" Split Single No. 9

The Oscillation and 10,000 Russos join forces to produce 14 minutes of distorted and sinister psychedelia. Titled Fuzz Club 10" Split Single No.9, the coming together of two pioneers doesn't disappoint as their murky and avant-garde brainchild is an exhilarating and fuzzy soup of snaring instrumentation.

Saccades
Saccades

Saccades is in fact Nicholas Wood, he of The KVB. When that band took a break last summer, Wood snuck in a bit of recording time in order to craft his debut solo record, and now here it is! Compared to his other work, Saccades is brighter, dreamier and poppier, very effectively mining some psychedelic vibes. Released by Fuzz Club.

Tales of Murder and Dust
The Flow In Between

Tales Of Murder And Dust are a band of heavy Danes who have moved into darker and weightier territory with each release. The Flow In Between was apparently ‘forged’ on an island whose name translates to ‘Death’, which appears to have seeped into the maudlin post-rock of the music. CD and clear vinyl releases, on Fuzz Club.

The Gluts
Estasi

Italian crew The Gluts have a second album to show off, and it comes at you even noisier than ever. The good thing about The Gluts is that they know just how far they can push that pysch-rock-punk sound into the regions of noise-collapse, making for an intense rollercoaster listen. Estasi is out on Fuzz Club.
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  • Fuzz Club

Heaters
Fuzz Club Session

Michigan based four piece Heaters pack a whole lotta surf fuzz energy. After a few full lengths on Beyond Beyond Is Beyond Records and Dizzybird Records London based label Fuzz Club had them over into their studio for some live sessions laid down on some truly analog equipment. Rough, ready, driving and warm as hell.

The Cult Of Dom Keller
Goodbye To The Light

Filling the footsteps of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club with their amplifier-worship, The Cult of Dom Keller only care about sounding like a huge lumbering stone giant. If ever there was a fitting title to their album, it would be Goodbye to the Light, because their sound is so massive it will block out the sun.
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  • Fuzz Club

The Black Ryder
Buy The Ticket, Take The Ride

The Black Ryder’s debut album Buy The Ticket, Take The Ride was released the first time around in 2009. These two Australians managed to swirl up a whole ocean of psych-shoegaze, rich with all the noisy-melodic flavours that we ‘gaze fans love so dearly. Reissued by Fuzz Club in an edition of 800 double LPs (the D-side is an etching).

Tales of Murder and Dust
Hallucination Of Beauty

Re-issued by London label Fuzz Club on limited edition 180g black vinyl, Tales of Murder and Dust are back with their first LP, “Hallucination of Beauty”, originally released in 2012. Indeed, the Danish band, whose seismic amalgam of varied instrumentation and hallucinogenic psychedelia, return with this climactic heavyweight of an album.  

10,000 Russos
Distress Distress

10,000 Russos cast another album of darkly fuzzed-up psych-rock into the world. This one is distinguished by its techno-industrial throb and the tendency to push the echoed vocals so far back in the mix you feel like it might be bleeding through from the other side of the record. 10,000 Russos’ second album Distress Distress is released by Fuzz Club.

Sonic Jesus
Locomotive (Remixed By Sonic Boom)

Following up popular debut album Neither Virtue Or Anger, Sonic Jesus now land a quick and sharp little 7” single on eager audiences. One exclusive new track, and an exciting remix of Locomotive by Sonic Boom, aka Spectrum and a founder of Spacemen 3. He sure knows how to psych it up. 7” on Fuzz Club.
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Sonic Jesus
Live In Rome

Not quite live as in not in front of a studio audience but live in a studio in Rome. The band wandered in shuffled about then proceeded to blow the engineers mind with two tracks off their debut album 'Neither Virtue Nor Anger'. An album described as 'incredible' on the press release and worthy of a 7/10 review from us. Expect otherworldly psych rock jammzzz.  
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  • Fuzz Club

10,000 Russos
10000 Russos

Hailing from the economically barren Portuguese coast, 10000 Russos create haunting, droning and scary psychrock. Inspired by didgeridoos and empty shopping malls, their self-titled debut brings six tracks and 43 minutes of thumping drums and unsettling groaning. In other words, a welcome guest in today’s psych-scene. Limited white vinyl release.
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  • Fuzz Club

The Underground Youth
What Kind Of Dystopian Hellhole Is This?

The Underground Youth deliver their eighth album, the cheerfully (and topically?) titled What Kind Of Dystopian Hellhole Is This? Those gloomy vibes are transmitted to the listener via goth-vocalled, shoegaze-guitared post-punk music. The songwriting standards are very high, since The Underground Youth clearly know themselves very well by this point. Out on Fuzz Club.

Singapore Sling
Kill Kill Kill (Songs About Nothing)

Singapore Sling are one of Iceland’s premier purveyors of psychedelic music: they’ve been vibing hard for nine albums and seventeen years now. Kill Kill Kill (Songs About Nothing) is a particularly messed-up version of their sound, with their gnarly rock chug being accompanied by a bad trip haze of guitars and vocals. Bad acid, good times. On Fuzz Club.

The Third Sound
Gospels of Degeneration

The Third Sound are a strong indie-psych band with Brian Jonestown Massacre associations: they’ve toured together, and Tess Parks appears on one of these new tracks. Gospels of Degeneration is their third album. Released as a CD or as delicious-looking ‘Coke Bottle’ style clear vinyl LP, limited to 600 copies. On Fuzz Club.

TAU
TAU TAU TAU

Shaun Nunutzi heads up Tau, taking a well-earned sabbatical from touring his crusher monotony with Dead Skeletons. Following up from the Wirikuta EP, he works with Gerald Pasqualin for a quickly made, easily done 'n' dusted collection of psych folk tunes -- I imagine there might be some riffs too, if you're lucky. Earl Harvin of Tindersticks pays a visit, at one point.

Has A Shadow
Sorrow Tomorrow

Hailing from Guadalajara, Mexico, Has A Shadow release their second full-length dark offering of gothic, grunged-out post-punk on a black, 180gm slab of vinyl. And CD. Theirs is a sound that haunts and stalks the night, with stark, eerie vocal chants and murky bass rhythms serving as undercurrents to moonlit riffs and scuzz of “Sorrow Tomorrow”.

Various
The Reverb Conspiracy Volume 4

The Reverb Conspiracy Volume 4 is a powerful round-up of the vividly flourishing European psych scene, put together by the Fuzz Club label, who certainly know what they’re doing. Twelve tracks, from artists including Soft Walls, The Oscillation, My Invisible Friend and Pretty Lightning, spread over two CDs or two LPs, allowing for some fully-reclined jams. On Fuzz Club.

My Invisible Friend
My Invisible Friend EP

Glorious! There’s driving noisy rock, hi-fidelity pop joy, speedy krautrock rhythms, and moment of discordant spaciness. Italian trio My Invisible Friend push all this together into long expansive tracks that push the 18 minute mark and fuse the walls of sound of My Bloody Valentine with the pace of Neu!.

Dead Skeletons
Live In Berlin

Dead Skeletons played the first show of Berlin’s restored SO36, opening proceedings in style with ecstatic psychedelic drone-rock. Live In Berlin is available as a CD, or as a lushly-packaged double vinyl set pressed to coloured wax, wherein the D-side is attractively screen-printed. 1000 copies on Fuzz Club.

The Wands
Faces EP

Here come Swedish psych guys the Wands with a 10" on 10" loving label Fuzz Club. Nothing can prepare you for how much the vocals sound like Suede but they match Brett Anderson's whinny with big dark psych rock that reminds us of the Doors. So cosmic that they even have that word in a song title. Swirling atmospheric psych with big solos.   
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  • Fuzz Club

Sonic Jesus
Sonic Jesus EP

Indies only coloured vinyl re-issue EP from Italy's psychedelic noisemeisters Sonic Jesus. Originally released in 2010, it sold out almost instantly. Heavy, droney, shoe-gazey psych rock at its finest. Debut album 'Neither Virtue nor Anger' got some great critical attention and this is just as loud. 

RMFTM
Subversive II: Splendor Of The Wicked

Part 2 in a promised trilogy of albums from Radar Men From The Moon (or RMFTM if you are in a hurry). Subversive II: Splendor Of The Wicked starts off with a steady droning, but soon surprises with a big groovy motorik-party beat. And from there, we’re off into a psychedelic melange of heavy proportions: once the momentum is up, this album rides and rides. On Fuzz Club.
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White Hills / RMFTM
Split Single No. 8

A very limited vinyl 10” split from the Fuzz Club label. Split Single No. 8 sees RMFTM contributing a psychedelic piece of industrial-drone full of colossal guitars and hazy textures, whilst White Hills give us a stoner epic of blues riffs and dizzying feedback. This is modern avant-rock at its finest.
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  • Fuzz Club

One Unique Signal
Hoopsnake

On Hoopsnake, One Unique Signal prove that they are the heaviest and most repetitive noise-rock band in existence. Every song on the album is built from a single crushingly loud and minimal riff that is explored, destroyed and rebuilt by a range of collaborators and gear. Somehow they turn a single riff into a work of art.

The Underground Youth
The Perfect Enemy For God

On The Perfect Enemy For God, the sixth album from The Underground Youth, the band really perfected their blend of two extremes; post-punk sharpness and shoegaze softness. On this repress from Fuzz Club Craig Dyer’s group push their minimal Joy Division-inspired guitar lines into properly psychedelic territory.

Dead Rabbits
The Ticket That Exploded

This is the debut album of British band Dead Rabbits, first released in 2013 and now back in circulation courtesy of Fuzz Club. True to the label, The Ticket That Exploded is full of hazed fuzz-rock: bleak lyrics seek comfort in warm organ drones and throbbing rhythms. The LP edition of this reissue is limited to 500 copies only.

The Underground Youth
Haunted

The Underground Youth a.k.a Craig Dyer presents another psychedelic record from the industrial bowels of Manchester. There’s a sense of 90’s reverence on display without cosying up to outright nostalgia. Mesmerising and texturally rich, Haunted is just that. Out on CD and limited Coke Bottle colour vinyl LP from Fuzz Club.

Throw Down Bones
Throw Down Bones

Throw Down Bones are a fresh new coldwave duo with a harsh industrial edge to them, and this self-titled record is their debut full-length. It isn’t only cold synthesisers they use however: there is a notable bass guitar heft to the sound, and you sure can shuffle to this. CD and vinyl on Fuzz Club.

Singapore Sling
Psych Fuck

Icelandic group Singapore Sling pin their flag quite firmly to the mask with this title and that sleeve art: Psych Fuck emblazed in giant capital letters. There’s more to this record than a garagey torrent however: the group have a great feel for dark, simmering, Suicide-esque vibes. Out on the Fuzz Club label.

The Orange Revival
Futurecent

The Orange Revival make psychedelic, droning blues rock. Futurecent is a slab of acid-soaked fuzz, buzz and thump that recalls The Stooges and Brian Jonestown Massacre. To add more authenticity to their sound Sonic Boom of Spacemen 3 and Spectrum remixed the single Saturation which preceded the release of the album.

TAU
Wirikuta EP

Psychedelic trip-tunes here from TAU, formerly of Dead Skeletons. His EP Wirikuta is deeply inspired by the desert, specifically the deserts of North-West Mexico, where it is implied that he has had some wild experiences. Some of the tracks build on traditional medicine songs, some build that vibe up from scratch. On Fuzz Club.
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  • TAU
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  • Fuzz Club

Lola Colt
Away From The Water

London sextet Lola Colt have a debut album here, produced by Bad Seed Jim Sclavunos. They've been making waves with their dramatic psych-droning darkpop sound led by a steel-lunged hippie-rock diva which is a bit Grace Slick, a bit Florence, a bit Siouxsie & the Banshees, a bit PJ Harvey. Their debut single was very impressive so hopefully they can keep up the intensity over this longer 10-track release.