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Cardinal Fuzz goodies

Up the stairs he comes, loaded with massive boxes and completely out of puff. These are the lengths the Cardinal Fuzz guy goes to ensure that his latest releases are on our site in time for your weekend. Four new items are in stock and most unusually there are two records each from two bands. It's safe to say you haven’t heard fuzz until you’ve heard Dreamtime’s scuzzy, psychedelic rock ‘n roll we have the first two albums by these Australian noisy people on two different shades of wax. Meanwhile Shooting Guns have two albums of long, slow riffing and amplifier worship borrowing from doom metal and drone in equal measure.
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You haven’t heard fuzz until you’ve heard Dreamtime’s scuzzy, psychedelic rock ‘n roll. The fuzz on this self-titled debut from the Australian band is like a thick fog that surrounds you. Aside from the great distortion they also write heavy, weird and long songs with plenty of stoner drone elements.


On Dreamtime’s second album they continue their quest for maximum distortion and acid-fried weirdness. Sun is a very heavy mixture of groovy drones, ferocious freak-outs and messy garage guitars. They’ll incorporate anything as long as it’s loud and trippy, so here they also dabble in Tibetan mantras.

Shooting Guns
Born To Deal In Magic: 1952 - 1976

Captcha Records and Cardinal Fuzz reprint the tough to find debut from Shooting Guns. The title Born To Deal In Magic: 1952 - 1976 (the album came out in 2011) is a clue to the band’s doom riffing and hazy hard rock, but their over-driven drones are also distinctive enough to add something new to their references.

Shooting Guns
Spectral Laundomat

Spectral Laundromat is the second release from Shooting Guns and might even be heavier and rawer than their debut Born To Deal In Magic: 1952 - 1976 (but it’s a tight competition). Their long, slow riffing and amplifier worship borrows from doom metal and drone in equal measure. Repressed by Captcha Records and Cardinal Fuzz.