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.
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Psychedelic tag team enter the Fight and/or Fuzz Club for a record that spins the wheels of all the things they do, and spins it well. The Oscillation open up on a gruesome bassline that just keeps table-setting, table-setting and table-setting into the voided oblivion. The track does what it should: it swirls. It swirls distortion, it swirls riffs, it swirls grooves -- it even swirls the odd discordant piano motif, shaking everything up into one nauseating lockdown.
Meanwhile the band with a lot of Russos, ten thousand if we’re dealing out specifics, counter-attack with a slightly more active psych cut that’s just as noisy but after punch rather than stodge. Its guitars are wahing and wailing, supplemented by a bassy backdrop that offers a dynamic kinda disorientation. Kinda climaxes but doesn’t really, as is the M. O. of that truly horrible beast we call “psychedelia”.
Good work from both bands.
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