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‘Eat Acid See God’ is the new single from Italy’s finest psychedelic punks The Gluts. It is an early taste of the Milan-based band’s fourth album which they have recently finished recording with producer Bob De Wit (A Place To Bury Strangers, White Hills, The Sonics, Gnod). Not yet announced but pencilled in for release …

Cult of Dom Keller have long been at the forefront of the contemporary British psych scene but their notorious reputation extends much further afield. They’ve done several tours around the UK, Europe and US, appeared at festivals like Levitation, The Great Escape and Raw Power and likely featured on the bill of just about any international psych fest you can …

French three-piece Veik released their debut album Surrounding Structures on Friday via Fuzz Club Records. Centred around vintage analogue synths and abrasive instrumentation, the band’s experimental post-punk is rooted in the 70s avant-garde, most notably Krautrock and No Wave. They reel off groups like Implog, Suicide or Indoor Life as inspirations, whilst existing in a similar …

Flowing Fades is the second Saccades album from The KVB’s Nicholas Wood and is out this week via Fuzz Club Records. Where Wood’s work in The KVB (Invada Records) trades in minimalist post-punk/coldwave, the Manchester-based artist’s solo material under the Saccades moniker is an exercise in escapist psychedelic pop. On Flowing Fades we find a …

Cult of Dom Keller have today announced their fifth album They Carried The Dead In A U.F.O. and shared the first single, ‘Last King of Hell’. Since 2007 the UK group have been leaving a trail of sonic fever dreams, dark psychedelia and experimentalism that beats with a heavy industrial heart. Talking about the track, …

The Underground Youth, a Manchester-born, Berlin-based group, led by Craig Dyer, release their tenth LP The Falling this week via Fuzz Club Records. The new album sees Craig and the band trade their acerbic post-punk melancholy for a more refined and stripped-back sound which enters the world of romantic, shadowy folk-noir. A marked departure from the …

French post-punk trio Veik have just released ‘Political Apathy’, the second single to be lifted from their forthcoming debut album, Surrounding Structures, due out 30 April on Fuzz Club Records. Centred around vintage analogue synths and abrasive instrumentation, the band’s sound is rooted in the experimentalism of Krautrock and No Wave. New single ‘Political Apathy’, …

SEEDED in Manchester, reaching full, budding flower in Berlin, which seems an ideal dovetailing of cityscape and soundscape, The Underground Youth have dropped one final single from their forthcoming album, The Falling, which is out at the end of next week. “Vergiss Mich Nicht” – it translates as ‘Do not forget me’, is a scorched heart, minor …

Australian five-piece Mt. Mountain released their fourth LP last week, Centre, via London’s Fuzz Club Records. Hailing from Perth they delve into sprawling, motorik psychedelic rock sound that journeys between tranquil, drone-like meditations and raucous, full-throttle wig-outs that’ll blow your mind as much as your speakers. Taking cues from Krautrock pioneers like Neu! and Can …

The Leipzig based Flying Moon In Space have recruited Jamie Stewart of prolific American experimental band Xiu Xiu (Polyvinyl/Upset The Rhythm) for a remix of their ‘Faces’ single. The remix arrives off the back of the band’s self-titled debut album which was released last month via Fuzz Club Records and we reviewed in full, you …