Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2024Feat. Spiritualized, Gilla Band, Night Beats, Föllakzoid, Frankie And The Witch Fingers and many more
For those who love all things fuzz, reverb, and drone, we're excited to announce a collaboration with London-based indie label Fuzz Club for a new edition of the psych festival Fuzz Club Eindhoven. Join us on Friday, May 3, and Saturday, May 4 with Spiritualized, Gilla Band, Föllakzoid, Night Beats, Frankie and the Witch Fingers, The Men, Crows, The Psychotic Monks and many more!
The full line-up
Spiritualized / Gilla Band / Night Beats / Föllakzoid / Frankie And The Witch Fingers / The Men / Crows /Elephant Stone / The Psychotic Monks / The Underground Youth / Al Lover / MELTS / DAIISTAR / The Black Delta Movement / Upupayãma / The Third Sound / Helicon / Throw Down Bones / Golden Hours / Flying Moon In Space / The Gluts / RMFTM / MAQUINA. / MADMADMAD / Verstärker / Butch Kassidy / Los Palms / YOBS / Ashinoa.
Gilla Band / Night Beats / Frankie and The Witch Fingers / Crows / The Men / The Underground Youth / The Black Delta Movement / The Third Sound / RMFTM / Golden Hours / Flying Moon In Space / Butch Kassidy / YOBS / Ashinoa
A dive into the line-up
Headlining the festival will be Spiritualized, helmed by sonic explorer J. Spaceman (Jason Pierce) who has long been a linchpin of contemporary psychedelia since his prior band Spacemen 3 formed and subsequently changed the game in 1982. Over the nine Spiritualized albums that followed that first group’s acrimonious split – from cult classics like their 1992 debut ‘Lazer Guided Melodies’ and 1997’s
‘Ladies and gentlemen we are floating in space’ up to, most recently, 2022’s ‘Everything Was Beautiful’ – Pierce’s experiments with psychedelia, gospel, blues and drone, whether hushed atmospherics or orchestral epics, have consistently marked Spiritualized out to be a singular, highly-influential force in this musical world and beyond.
Also joining are Dublin noise-rock heroes Gilla Band (fka Girl Band), whose floor-shaking, ferocious live shows have earned them a notorious reputation and dedicated following over the last decade. Chilean artist Föllakzoid will be serving up a late-night set blurring the lines between immersive minimal techno – 2023’s ‘V’ LP being their most fully-fledged embrace of the dancefloor yet – and trance-inducing psychedelica.
Night Beats is an American psychedelic/garage rock project led by Danny Lee Blackwell, who released the sixth studio album Rajan earlier this year. The album musically navigates somewhere between a vintage Western film and a psych-pop opus, infused with Anatolian funk and soulful R&B. Hailing from Los Langeles, Frankie And The Witch Fingers bring their wild psych-punk freak-outs off the back of their recently released album Data Doom. The prolific Brooklyn four-piece The Men present a rare European show in support of their ninth and latest album New York City - a collection of timeless, nocturnal rock 'n' roll.
With their infamous sweaty live shows, London's post-punk heavyweights Crows and the uncompromising, abrasive noise-rock of The Psychotic Monks will make the floors of Effenaar shake. Also confirmed are Fuzz Club linchpins and psychedelic post-punks The Underground Youth and electronic producer Al Lover, who will be serving up both a DJ set and a live performance featuring his distinctive mix of psychedelic beats, dub, and krautrock.
Get to know all acts and stream the official playlist
Join us on Friday, May 3 and Saturday, May 4
Fuzz Club Eindhoven 2024
Feat. Spiritualized, Gilla Band, Night Beats, Föllakzoid, Frankie And The Witch Fingers and many more
About Fuzz Club
Fuzz Club is an independent record label established in 2012 and based in London, UK. Since its inception Fuzz Club has become a crucial catalyst in the European psych community and is now home to the likes of The Jesus and Mary Chain, Night Beats, Tess Parks, The Men, The Telescopes, Elephant Stone and The Vacant Lots, to name a few, and has previously put out releases by the likes of The Black Angels, A Place To Bury Strangers, Holy Wave, Dead Skeletons, Alan Vega, Anton Newcombe and many more.