Having already announced their first wave of acts last month, the DiS partnered Fuzz Club Eindhoven have added another five bands to an already stellar line-up. Taking place at the city’s legendary Effenaar venue on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th August as part of a collaboration between the people behind Fuzz Club Records and Eindhoven Psych Lab, the five bands listed below join the likes of Iceage, The Telescopes, The Warlocks and many more at this year’s event.
Here are the five new additions, which more promised later this month!
Acid Baby Jesus
Having initially appeared on 2014’s Reverb Conspiracy Volume Two compilation, Acid Baby Jesus finally put out their third full length LP Lilac Days on Fuzz Club two years later. Currently celebrating their first decade as a band, this Athens based quartet bring a heady dose of traditional psychedelia to an already mouth watering bill.
This Los Angeles based trio make loud, expansive shoegaze influenced noise rock that’s drawn comparisons with My Bloody Valentine, The Swirlies and My Bloody Valentine. With a new album imminent after 2017’s excellent Outside (Briefly), their set bares all the hallmarks of being one of the weekend’s finest.
Les Big Byrd
This Stockholm based out fit have been creating thought provoking psychedelia since the turn of the decade. Their long awaited second album Iran Iraq IKEA finally came out last year on PNKSLM, representing the band’s most ambitious collection of songs to date.
Having earned a reputation as one of East London’s most engaging and entertaining live bands over the past couple of years, Snapped Ankles have become something of a hot property on the festival circuit. So it’s quite an esteemed booking for Fuzz Club Eindhoven, particularly on the back of their highly acclaimed second album Stunning Luxury which came out last month.
Teeth Of The Sea
Arguably one of the most innovative bands to emerge from these shores over the past decade. Their fifth album Wraith came out earlier this year and is a thing of beauty, which is no less than we’ve come to expect from this London based trio.