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A Place To Bury Strangers, The Limiñanas, Spectrum & more join the line-up for Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2018 line

Posted on May 23 2018

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Second wave of bands announced for Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2018, including A Place To Bury Strangers, Spectrum, The Limiñanas, Ulrika Spacek, Mdou Moctar, Gnod (R&D) and loads more

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Last month we announced a huge two-day festival in Eindhoven, NL with a line-up that already boasted the likes of The Black Angels, Holy Wave, The Underground Youth, Ron Gallo plus many, many more. As Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2018 draws ever-closer, we've just gone and announced the latest additions to the already ridiculously stacked line-up. Bringing their unrelenting sonic assault will be Brooklyn noise-rock juggernauts A Place To Bury Strangers following the release of their fifth full-length ‘Pinned’ last month and joining them will be the transcendental French psych duo The Limiñanas and Spectrum, the post-Spacemen 3 project of drone-rock prophet Peter Kember/Sonic Boom. All the way from Western Africa will be Tuareg singer-songwriter Mdou Moctar and his dusty, meditative desert blues and if it’s hypnotic, krautrock-tainted pop you’re after then you’re in luck, with the sublime Josefin Öhrn and London’s Ulrika Spacek also joining the bill. For those with a heavier, far-out affliction there will be special sets from The Cosmic Dead, Nik Rayne of The Myrrors and Salford experimentalists Gnod (R&D) – a stripped-back take on the band comprised of co-founders Paddy Shine and Chris Haslam, though you can be sure they’ll be bringing some collaborators with them too. From the Fuzz Club alumni will be Southampton shoegazers Dead Rabbits, The Third Sound and a special one-off reunion show from the sorely-missed Danish psych-pop troupe, The Wands. Also flying the Fuzz Club flag will be French outfit You Said Strange off the back of their Dandy Warhols-produced debut album, Finnish garage-rockers Black Lizard and Malmö kraut-punks Sekel. As well as heaps of killer bands we'll also be bringing a huge record fair at the festival with boxes upon boxes of Fuzz Club releases, distro items and special releases exclusive to the festival.