Fuzz Club Records have climbed their way to the top of Psych Mountain in just a couple¬†of years, and their Split Series 10” preorders usually dissipate¬†as quickly as they’re announced.
The Black Angels. ¬†What’s to be said that hasn’t already been said? ¬†They’ve been bending minds with their acid psych for over a decade now. ¬†I love them, you love them. ¬†Sonic Jesus follow suit with an equally tranquil drone-out jam that would’ve accommodated any of Andy Warhol’s Factory parties in the late 60s. ¬†Honestly, if I happened to come across this 10” in some dusty record bin at a garage sale, I would’ve figured I stumbled upon some forgotten¬†nugget from 40 years ago.
Shipping will be a tad steep for the yanks, but Fuzz Club does it right. ¬†Your money will be well spent.
Release date December 15th. Limited to 1000 copies. 250 on transparent RED VINYL exclusive to the Fuzz Club store. Also available on white vinyl (750 copies).
Formed in 2004, The Black Angles have already gained the cult status. In a way they represent a solid bridge between the √Ę‚ā¨ŇďBrian Jonestown Massacre√Ę‚ā¨¬Ě and the international Psych scene of today, and they keep spreading that joyful psych-infection that has been taking over the globe in the last few years.
Sonic Jesus are a young band from Doganella Di Ninfa, Italy in 2012. They took part to the Reverb Conspiracy compilation album (co-released by Fuzz Club and Austin Psych Fest) twice. Their sold-out debut EP, was released by Fuzz Club and the Reverb Appreciation Society. Their sound is a colourful blend of Sixties, Folk, Krautrock and Shoegaze, made up of drones and layers of sound combined with poetic lyrics. This single is a preview of their debut LP, which will be released next year.
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive