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More Names For Fuzz Club Eindhoven
Patrick Clarke , May 23rd, 2018 13:58

Eindhoven's Fuzz Club festival has added A Place To Bury Strangers, The Limiñanas, Gnod and more to its line-up

This August, London-based psych label Fuzz Club are hosting their own two-day festival in the Dutch city of Eindhoven. Having already announced the likes of The Black Angels, The Underground Youth and Desert Mountain Tribe, the organisers have now shared their second wave of names.

The new additions include Brooklyn heavyweights A Place To Bury Strangers, as well as French favourites The Limiñanas and Spectrum, the current project of Spacemen 3 founder Sonic Boom (aka Peter Kember).

Also among the new names are the excellent Josefin Öhrn, the sublime Ulrika Spacek and heavy sets from The Cosmic Dead and Nik Rayne of The Myrrors.

The mighty Gnod will also appear with a stripped-back R&D set, as will Tuareg singer-songwriter Mdou Moctar.

From the Fuzz Club roster, Dead Rabbits, The Third Sound, Black Lizard and Sekel will all appear, along with a one-off reunion show from Danish psych-pop outfit The Wands.

Fuzz Club founder Casper Dee said: "A big part of what we at Fuzz Club want to do this year is take a step back from being just a label and go about celebrating the amazingly far-reaching and creative scene we find ourselves so lucky to be involved in. One of the ways we're planning on doing that is with Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2018.

"We really wanted to create an event that brings together this huge international community and showcases the bands in the best possible way - and what better way than throwing a huge two-day party with heaps of our friends! It's going to be a pretty special weekend."

Fuzz Club Eindhoven takes place August 24-25 at the city's Effenaar venue. For tickets, the full lineup and more info, click here.

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