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Fuzz Club Records

Various Artist 'The Reverb Conspiracy Volume Six'

£21.99

Fuzz Club Records

Various Artist 'The Reverb Conspiracy Volume Six'

£21.99

Available on double 180 gram White vinyl. The ethos of London-based indie label Fuzz Club is a desire to uncover and celebrate the best in fuzz, reverb and drone from every corner of the globe. As well as via their extensive back-catalogue and their Fuzz Club Eindhoven festival, one such particular medium through which they do this is their annual Reverb Conspiracy compilation albums.

Where the first five volumes were hailed as a Nuggets-like documentation of the European psych scene, Reverb Conspiracy Vol 6 – due for release [date] – sees the compilation go global: bringing together bands from South Africa, Australia, the USA, Germany, Brazil, the UK, Italy and Russia.

Amongst a number of the label’s own bands – including Medicine Boy’s shadowy noise-pop (DE) and Nest Egg’s motorik “mood music for nihilists” (US), plus Steeple Remove’s dub-inflected post-punk (FR) and Crimen’s heady, repetitive psych-rock (IT) – there is Aussie garage-psych outfit Nice Biscuit, an exclusive cut of Bikini Kill-meets-Oh Sees noise from Julia Robert (SA), as well as lo-fi garage-pop from Super Paradise (UK) and the double-barreled psych-blues wig-outs of Frankie & The Witch Fingers (US).

In the compilations darker moments, though, there is the hypnotically face-melting “space-surf” of Japanese Television (UK), goth-tinged post-punk from Float (UK), murky psychedelic stoner-rock from Brazil’s Firefriend, relentlessly driving krautrock courtesy of Verstärker (USA), the heavy space-rock drones of Psychic Lemon (UK) and Moscow’s Selbram, who deal in a jagged alt-rock sound that takes its cues from No Wave, psych and the “pulse and noise” of city life.

Tracklisting:
1. Julia Robert - Mud Girl
2. Nice Biscuit - Out Of Sight
3. Frankie And The Witch Fingers - Underneath You
4. Medicine Boy - Water Girl
5. Firefriend - Surface To Air
6. Nest Egg – DMTIV
7. Steeple Remove - Ferris Noir
8. Float – Watch
9. Crimen – Flahzz
10. Japanese Television - Tick Tock
11. Selbram - This City You Know
12. Super Paradise - 6:30
13. Verstärker - Mit Glück
14. Psychic Lemon - Interstellar Fuzz Star