Fuzz Club Records announced last week that the next instalment of their annual Reverb Conspiracy compilation and BSM are pleased to provide you with the track listing for it as well as the premiere of two tracks taken from it; Helicon’s ‘The Bold Yin’ and Sekel’s ‘Bergamot’.
The Reverb Conspiracy has been likened to a modern-day Nuggets series and hailed by The Vinyl Factory as “a time-capsule-like documentation of modern psych”, it’s previous four volumes have included music from GOAT, Anton Newcombe, The KVB, The Cosmic Dead, Josefin Ohrn & The Liberation and Ulrika Spacek to name a few.
As 2017 draws to a close, Fuzz Club are delighted to announce The Reverb Conspiracy: Volume 5 to be released on 19th January 2018. The compilation joins a number of Fuzz Club’s own artists as well as a number of artists the label admire. The full track listing comprises of:
1. Dead Vibrations – Swirl
2. Melt Dunes – Flesh
3. JuJu – Bring ‘Em War
4. Helicon – The Bold Yin
5. 10 000 Russos – ISM
6. Dreamweapon – Monte da Virgem
7. NONN – Time
8. Julie’s Haircut – Burning Tree
9. Sekel – Bergamot
10. TRAAMS – A House On Fire
11. Psychedelic Trips To Death – The Flesh
12. The Gluts – Squirrel
13. Avenue Z – ZeÌ tron Libre
14. Black Heart Death Cult – Black Rainbow
15. You Said Strange – Yuri’s Night
16. Spirit Valley – TNNLVSSN
To coincide with this announcement, BSM exclusively gives you two new tracks from Helicon and Sekel – both taken from their forthcoming albums on Fuzz Club. The first is Helicon’s ‘The Bold Yin’ is taken from the Scottish band’s long awaited debut album which will be released 8th December. The second comes from Sweden’s Sekel; ‘Bergamot’ offers a serving of visceral post-punk that’s locked in a hypnotic kraut groove, taken from self-titled LP released 15th December.
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