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Italian noiserockers Baratro share first EP

These two tracks are the first thing these Italian noiserockers released and it is pretty damn impressive for a first released, the two tracks are agressive noiserock and sludge with tormented vocals and fast paced riffing. The EP “Terms and conditions” from Baratro for you. This is highly explosive stuff, tune in now.



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Moscow from Italy

I don’t know if there are lot of Italian noiserock bands, I should like look it up, but for now I know the band Moscow is from Italy and they have a new album out wich is called “Coward” and was released January 31. Their music sounds a bit like you have to push out a really big turd, it hurts and it needs all your attention but when its done it feels so satisfactory.

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Italian psych AyahuascA

The brand new Italian band AyahuascA released their first track ‘Vicious Mothers’ from their upcoming LP.

The band formed in Parma by Mek Spazio (Black Gremlin and Kaptain Preemo’s guitarist) and Domiziana Pritchard,Andrea De Dominicis on bass guitar, Becky Sahira (drummer of Kaptain Preemo) on synth and backing vocals, and Matteo Orzi on drums.

AyahuascA make a mix of psychedelic rock and classic rock with gorgeous female vocals. Check them out here.

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Go!Zilla release Modern Jungle’s Prisoners

The Italian rockers Go!Zilla are back after two yearswith their new album”Modern Jungle Prisoners”. The album is released by Teenage Menopause records.
An excellent album filled with fuzzed out psych and garageriffs. The 5 piece band create the perfect balance between garagerock and psychedelic rock. Tune in for some great music by Go!Zilla!
Favorite track: Peeling Clouds

Check out more on Fuzzy Sun’s spotify

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Go!Zilla share first clip from upcoming album

The Italian psych/fuzz/garage rockers  have made a lot of music in the past, their last work is ‘Pollution / Gambling With The Crocodile’ from 2016. Now they return with a video ‘Demons are Closer’ wich promises lots of good from Go!Zilla. The producing is excellent, a very addictive track and a nice psych vibe. The new album will be out 28 September on Teenage Menopause records.
Watch it now!
Check out their latest 7″ while you are here:

Afbeelding kan het volgende bevatten: 5 mensen, zittende mensen

Record Labels

Julie’s Haircut – Karlsruhe / Fountain 12″

Italian psychedelic rockers Julie’s Haircut  have released a 12″ of two songs that were previously on the deluxe edition of ‘Ashram Equinox’. The front and back cover mandalas were designed by the italian artist Cristina Corradini.
Enjoy some experimental psychedelic bliss by Julie’s Haircut.

foto van Julie's Haircut.






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A Look At A Small Independant Record Label

Following on from last weeks featured interview with the band Firefriend ,I have turned my attention to the other side of the table and interviewed Marco, the man behind Electric Valley Records. The label started as a means of releasing music by his own band Raikinas in 2014. Hailing from the island of Sardinia, Italy, Marco is a true supporter of music not only from the idyllic island, but throughout the world. With help from the also excellent Heavy Psych Sounds , the label has become home to some great bands, latest release is Continuum by Sons Of Alpha Centauri.

So, what makes a band stand out enough for Electric Valley Records to take notice of them, and sign them to the label? I asked Marco and his answer is pretty cool!

Generally I have to be hit by the sound immediately, it must be impactful, I want to hear riffs that make me say: Fuck, I have to contact them immediately!
I’m not obsessed with a genre, Electric Valley is for bands that play Stoner, Psychedelic, Heavy Blues, Doom, Heavy Psych, Acid Rock, Garage Fuzz etc…
An important thing is that the band is united, as a family, I would be very sorry if one of the bands of my label were to split.

So how much work is involved in running a label? I imagine keeping up with 12 bands, whilst playing in your own band is pretty demanding. Marco assures me it is!

They just became 13!

The active bands are only eight at the moment, and it’s not easy at all! Most of the bands keep me updated more or less, concerts, new songs, new projects and new ideas, that sort of thing. The most difficult thing is the promotion, I have to be behind a lot of things, but I do not get discouraged by this, after all it is my job and I love my job. It’s a job that takes a lot of time, and I do not have precise schedules, for example with some bands we have 6/7 hours of difference, so sometimes we talk at indecent hours hahahahah. The relationship I have with the bands is fantastic, we cooperate really well together and in this way we create a very pleasant situation, there is nothing better than working in friendship.

So any of you guys reading this dreaming of the easy life putting out records, be warned!

But obviously Marco is a glutton for punishment. He also puts on the Electric Valley Festival in Ossi, Sardinia as well as gigs for the bands on his label. There is some fantastic music coming out of Italy lately by the likes of New Candys , Julies Haircut & Giobia to name just a few of my personal favourites. Marco describes the music scene in his own words.

There is a beautiful scene here in Sardinia, the most famous are clearly the Black Capricorn with their Doom old school, then bands that were born after as the Elepharmers, King Howl, Raikinas, Desert Hype and 24Moons.
I can say that in Italy is full of very interesting bands from North to South and we do not forget the labels, starting from Heavy Psych Sounds, it is also thanks to Gabriele that I am here now, our friendship was born since I asked him if I could have his releases in my distro, he helped me a lot and he’s doing it also now, then there are many other super cool labels like Go Down Records, Vincebus Eruptum, Argonauta Records, Talk About Records, Taxi Driver and many others. I would say that we can not complain! There are so many bands, Stoner Rock, Doom, Heavy Psych, Sludge etc. Bands like Ufomammut, Black Rainbows, OJM, Atomic Mold, Deadsmoke and many others, it’s impossible to name them all!

So I’ll end this with a playlist of all the bands on Marco’s label, hopefully you can check them out, and who knows maybe support Marco with his excellent label and buy a couple of records!

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