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.
Limited Vinyl 10" £10.49 FUZZ6LP
Limited 10" on Fuzz Club. Edition of 1000 copies.
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Although the world doesn’t really need another version of ‘I Wanna Be Your Dog’ (the original is perfectly fine thank you), The Telescopes at least make a massive old racket on this cover of the Stooges classic, as if they’ve played it in the bottom of a well. The vocals lack Iggy’s guttural snarl but the clanking out of tune guitars and lashings of feedback will appeal to all fans of noise -pop.
Overleaf A Place to Bury Strangers make even more of a racket with some piercing feedback and drums that sound like they were played on biscuit tins. This pulverising track gets me almost excited, like how I imagine I'd be if I was catching the bus to an early Jesus and Mary Chain concert.
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