10,000 Russos are a formidable force; their industrial psych/post-punk has been charming fuzz-heads across the globe with its stomping, shamanic mantras and otherworldly krautrock slant. Their second LP ‘Distress Distress’ will be released April 7th via Fuzz Club Records.
10,000 Russos have once again transcended the boundaries of psychedelia as we know it today; their dark, droning noise is twisted, distorted and pushed to its limit.
‘Distress Distress’ is so ritualistic and industrial it see’s their usual post-punk sound – a primal and celestial mix of The Fall, NEU! and Spacemen 3 – pushed within an inch of techno territory with its abrasive, metronomic rhythms.
Tracklisting: 1. Germinal 2. Tutilitarian 3. Europa Kaput 4. ISM 5. Radio 1 6. Distress
Reissue available on 180gm white vinyl with heavy gatefold sleeve.
Black Smoke Rising is the debut album from Swedish psych wanderers The Orange Revival. Originally self-released by the band back in 2011, Fuzz Club Records are reissuing the LP for the first time since it immediately sold out first time around.
With its hypnotic 60s guitars, droning vintage organs and swaggering vocals it’s a tripped out, desert-rock ode to the Stones, Brian Jonestown Massacre and Spacemen 3.
Since its release in 2011 the band have toured extensively, playing a run of dates with Spectrum and wooing crowds at Austin Psych Fest along the way, and have ceaselessly confirmed themselves as one of Europe’s leading psychedelic outputs – Fuzz Club are delighted to be bringing their majestic debut to light once more.
Tracklisting: 1. Yesterday 2. Ever 3. Set Her Free 4. Medistation 5. Composition 14: 39 6. Bring Your Light 7. Don’t Sail Away 8. How Do You Feel
Limited to 800 copies. Double 180g vinyl with etched D-side, gatefold cover and printed inner sleeves.
The debut LP from Australian duo The Black Ryder - ‘Buy The Ticket, Take The Ride’ - was originally released in 2009 to wide-spread acclaim and Fuzz Club is delighted to be giving the LP a deluxe re-issue.
There aren't many bands who have managed to truly capture the swirling, kaleidoscopic sounds of the 80s but The Black Ryder are undoubtedly one of them. It’s woozy, droning and totally sublime shoegaze with a dark, psychedelic slant - bringing to mind an ethereal mix of My Bloody Valentine, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and The Jesus & Mary Chain.
Tracklisting: 1. To Never Know You 2. Let It Go 3. Grass 4. Outside 5. Gone Without Feeling 6. The Greatest Fall 7. What’s Forsaken 8. All That We See 9. Sweet Come Down 10. Burn And Fad 11. Rise