Fuzz Club 2020 CANCELLED
It shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone that this year's festival is cancelled due to the COVID 19 pandemic. The Dutch government has decided that festivals in the Netherlands are off until September. Due to the uncertainty about when we'll be able to put on a festival again, we've decided not to reschedule, but simply cancel the whole thing and go back to the drawing board when things are back to normal. Everyone that has bought a ticket can, of course, get a refund. As an alternative, we'll give every ticket buyer the option to replace their ticket with a £100 gift card for the Fuzz Club store or a voucher for other Effenaar shows. Ticketmaster is working on setting this up as we speak. Our hearts go out to everyone that has been affected by the virus.
Stay safe, The Fuzz Club 2020 team.
After two successful editions, the London indie label Fuzz Club returns to Eindhoven for Fuzz Club 2020, a two-day communal celebration of all things fuzz, reverb and drone.
Among the first names announced for the festival are cult Bristol outfit The Heads, who will make a rare appearance with the pulverising psychedelic rock that’s been a speaker-shredding staple of the European underground since they formed back in 1990. And, after appearing at the 2018 festival as Spectrum, Peter Kember of legendary drone-rockers Spacemen 3 is also set to return under the Sonic Boom moniker, the outlet for his more electronics-focussed experimentations.
Joining them will be the doomy Sabbathian metal of Newcastle heavyweights Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs. They’ll appear off the back of their incoming third full-length ‘Viscerals’ which is due for release in April and follows their critically-acclaimed ‘King of Cowards’ LP. Also announced for the festival is the breakneck Krautrock of US trio Verstärker and German outfit Acid Rooster. More names will be revealed soon.