Posted: January 4, 2017 in Classic Albums, MUSIC

Fuzz Club Records 2016 In Fuzz and Psychedelia

Fuzz Club Records have had the pleasure of putting out a crazy number of records too. Starting the year with represses and reissues from The Underground Youth and Dead Rabbits which was shortly followed by the cinematic post-rock/psych of The Flow In Between by Tales Of Murder and Dust, a colossal split single with White Hills and RMFTM, a master-class in experimental music in the form of One Unique Signal’s Hoopsnake, a lucid and smoky garage-rock LP from The Third Sound Gospels of Degeneration, the incredible Live In Berlin LP from Dead Skeletons, RMFTM’sindustrial psych/acid-house monster Subversive II and the brooding post-punk of The Cult of Dom Keller’s Goodbye To The Light.

We released the fourth volume of The Reverb Conspiracy, boasting Ulrika Spacek, Josefin Ohrn and The Liberation, Giobia, Soft Walls and The Madcaps to name a few. This was shortly followed by Dead Rabbits brilliant third LP Everything Is A Lie and Tau’s mystical and droning Tau Tau Tau LP.  The Underground Youth‘s A LoFi Cinematic Landscape got the vinyl treatment, The Wands’ Faces offered a cosmic, 60s-esque garage and Austin psych-beat producer Al Lover paid homage to seminal outfits, Neu! and Suicide, on the Neuicide! 10”.

We released an industrial, goth-tinged split-single between 10,000 Russos and The Oscillation, the ethereal motorik shoegaze of My Invisible Friend’s self-titled EP,  we reissued Sonic Jesus’ first EP and Tales Of Murder And Dust‘s Hallucination Of Beauty, and, as previously mentioned, we kicked off the Fuzz Club Session series with the white-knuckle R&B of Night Beats.

Although you’ll have to wait until next year to hear them in full we also announced new LPs from The Underground Youth and Singapore Sling, and from two new additions to the Fuzz Club family; The Gluts and Has a Shadow. We’ve been keeping busy during the holiday so look out for some more announcements over new year!

So yeah, 2016 has been pretty amazing in many ways and we’re ridiculously excited to show you what we’ve got planned for next year – you haven’t seen anything yet! Huge thanks to all our artists, friends, promoters, anyone that bought a record, came to a show or done anything to help make it such a cool year for us and everyone who loves music. We couldn’t do what we do without you.

It looks like 2017 will be our busiest year so far. We already have releases by 10 000 Russos, Sonic Jesus, The Entrance Band, Holy Wave, The Black Ryder and The Oscillation in production to name a few. We’ve also signed some great new bands that you will be seeing more of later in the year.

We just got some new release up for pre-order from our favourites The Brian Jonestown Massacre and Rocket Recording.

The Brian Jonestown Massacre – Open Minds Now Close
Available on white coloured vinyl 180 grm 12” . Open Minds Now Close is the second of 3 singles from the forthcoming album “Don’t Get Lost” released in February 2017.

The Brian Jonestown Massacre – Dropping Bombs On The Sun (UFO Paycheck)
Dropping Bombs On The Sun (UFO Paycheck) is the final & third of 3 singles from the forthcoming album “Don’t Get Lost” released in February 2017.

We also got a collaboration going with Little Cloud Records from Portland, OR who has some great releases coming. At the moment we have their Magic Shoppe – Wonderland available in our store.

Here is a list of what we have coming out over the next couple of months:
Has A Shadow – Sorrow Tomorrow – January 18th
Singapore Sling – Kill Kill Kill (Songs About Nothing) – February 2nd

10 000 Russos – Fuzz Club Session – January 22nd (looks like it will be a couple of weeks delayed)
The Underground YouthWhat Kind Of Dystopian Hellhole Is This? – February 15th
The Underground Youth – Delirium (Repress) – February 15th
The Underground Youth – Voltage – February 15th
The Underground Youth – Morally Barren – February 15th

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