Fuzz Club Festival - 13th + 14th November - London Fields Brewhouse
Fuzz Club and Bad Vibrations present the Fuzz Club Festival, a two day event bringing together a top shelf selection of psych and underground bands from across Europe and beyond.
Held across two stages under the brickwork railway arches of Hackney’s London Fields Brewhouse on November 13th and 14th, the festival sees the return of London duo The KVB to headline the weekend with youth-infused shoegaze tempered by minimalist electro.
They’ll be sharing the stage with Berlin’s geurilla krautrockers Camera, seminal British space / noise band The Telescopes, the desert drones of Arizona locals The Myrrors, and a selection of Fuzz Club’s recent discoveries and collaborators:
The bass-heavy synth and acid tinged organ of France's Wall of Death, the shamanic rhythms of Portuguese instrumentalists 10,000 Russos, East London’s own hypnotic pop act Lola Colt, and many more.
On site Fuzz Club will be selling a selection of releases including previously sold out vinyl editions wrestled back from our Texan partners Austin Psych Fest, exclusive pre-releases of upcoming albums, and the launch of the Fuzz Club Black Editions. Black Editions are limited to 10 copies each or fewer and will be sold exclusively at the festival.
Friday November 13th: The KVB, Camera, The Telescopes, 10,000 Russos, New Candys, Throw Down Bones
Saturday November14th: The Myrrors, Lola Colt, Sonic Jesus, Mugstar, The Cult of Dom Keller, Radar Men From the Moon, The Janitors, The Orange Revival, Dead Rabbits
Doors: Friday at 7pm, Saturday at 4pm
Venue: London Fields Brewhouse, 370 Helmsley Place, London E8 3SB
Tickets: From See Tickets
Early Bird SOLD OUT
ABOUT FUZZ CLUB
Fuzz Club is an independent label, online store and production company that focuses on experimental rock and roll, influenced by psychedelia, shoegaze, noise, garage, blues, folk and electronica.
Based in East London, Fuzz Club has gained a reputation for surfacing the best emerging talent from Europe and beyond, and releasing them on high end, limited edition vinyl pressings. The Fuzz Club Festival is our chance to show off our best new talent from the past 12 months alongside some of the underground scene's most well renowned names.
Established in rural Norway during the 24 hour darkness of the Arctic winter, Fuzz Club entered the scene in 2012 with their compilation The Reverb Conspiracy – made in collaboration with Austin Psych Fest – a now annual release capturing the essence of the underground scene as it is today.
Today Fuzz Club has around 20 artists and over 40 releases featuring names like Anton Newcombe, Goat, Alan Vega, The Black Angels, Dead Skeletons, A Place to Bury Strangers, The Telescopes, Sonic Jesus and The Underground Youth.
Two Shot: The KVB by Jakub Koncir taken at NOS Primavera, Porto 2015
Close-up Shot: The KVB by Marion Boisard taken at Festival MV, Dijon 2015