Say Psych: Fuzz Club announce Festival in Eindhoven

In August London-based indie label Fuzz Club will be taking over the city of Eindhoven, Netherlands for a huge two-day festival at the lauded Effenaar venue, in collaboration with the masterminds behind Eindhoven Psych Lab. Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2018 will be taking place on 24th and 25th August with the first wave of acts just announced.


The festival headliner is none other than Texas psych-rock heavyweights The Black Angels who will be returning to European shores following last year’s critically-acclaimed ‘Death Song’ album. Joining them from the States will be Philly garage-punk maverick Ron Gallo and Austin psych-pop sweethearts Holy Wave. Talking about Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2018, the label founder Casper Dee explains: A big part of what we at Fuzz Club want to do this year is take a step back from being just a label and go about celebrating the amazingly far-reaching and creative scene we find ourselves so lucky to be involved in. One of the ways we’re planning on doing that (and trust us, this is just the start!) is with Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2018. We really wanted to create an event that brings together this huge international community and showcases the bands in the best possible way – and what better way than throwing a huge two-day party with heaps of our friends! It’s going to be a pretty special weekend.”


Keep an eye out for the full announcement in the coming weeks but until then, the first wave of bands to be announced are as follows:

The Black Angels, The Underground Youth, Holy Wave, Ron Gallo, The Oscillation, New Candys, 10000 Russos, The Cult of Dom Keller, Pretty Lightning, Spirit Valley, Desert Mountain Tribe, Sonic Jesus, RMFTM, Throw Down Bones, The Gluts, Helicon, JuJu, Tales Of Murder and Dust, Medicine Boy, Dead Vibrations and NONN.


Say Psych will be attending the festival to give you a blow by blow account of the event, and we will also be featuring a number of exclusive pieces in the run up – watch this space!

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