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Reykjavík maverick Henrik Björnsson recently released Good Sick Fun, his eleventh album under the Singapore Sling project via Fuzz Club Records. Inspired by goth-rock, dub and big-band jazz on top of the usual fuzzed-out rock’n’roll touchstones that are seared into Henrik’s work, the latest Singapore Sling full-length is as perversely hedonistic as they come – …

Reykjavík maverick Henrik Björnsson is due to release Good Sick Fun, his 11th album under the Singapore Sling project, on 25 September via Fuzz Club Records and BSM brings you the premiere of the first track to be taken from it, ‘Sickin’ Street’ – an exercise in mechanical drum-machine, piercing tremolo-heavy noise and sinister vocal …

After such an extraordinary day one, it’s hard to imagine that day two can be any better, but if the crowds who are down for the opening of the doors are anything to go by, expectation is high. Opening are Chilean four piece Vuelveteloca, who blend traditional South American rock with some heavy psychedelic influences …

Following our exclusive first stream of the new Singapore Sling album, Killer Classics, last week, BSM is privileged to bring you another exclusive from the band, this time in the form of the video to the first single from the LP, ‘All The Way In’. Icelandic psych-rock heavyweights Singapore Sling have been creating their own …

Cult Icelandic band Singapore Sling are back with their tenth LP, Killer Classics, and Backseat Mafia is honoured to bring you the premiere streaming of the album in full. Discordant, claustrophobic and unforgiving, Icelandic psych-rock heavyweights Singapore Sling – the project of Reykjavík-based noisenik Henrik Björnsson – have been conjuring their own scuzzy nihilistic anthems …

This Summer, London-based independent label Fuzz Club return to Eindhoven for their second festival in the Dutch city; last year’s inaugural Fuzz Club Eindhoven seeing fans and artists travel from over 35 different countries to immerse themselves in a communal celebration of all things fuzz, reverb and drone that was described by The Quietus as …

Singapore Sling - Kill Kill Kill

Formed back in 2000 in Iceland, Singapore Sling have become a name synonymous with disjointed psychedelic rock; their influence spreading far and wide from their small home island, touching nearly every fabric of the neo-psych scene. In their 16 years they have brought their renowned brand of nihilistic rock and roll to sell out venues, …

‘Psych Fuck’ by Singapore Sling, buy it, love it, the end… Listen, feel, assimilate, emote, sensate… As a kid, I would have sat with the dictionary for hours, chasing “meanings”, following roots, finding nothing, repeatedly exposing words as empty vessels, crude, devoid approximations, blunt communicative tools, pregnant inadequacies… “I want my own stuff, my own rhythm, …