Fuzz Club Session

by The Janitors

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Curtis Thatcher
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Curtis Thatcher What can I say about The Janitors? This band has the sound, absolutely and totally... swirling guitars, pulsing bass, hard crashing drums and more swirling bad ass guitar. Thanks for the music Lyrically socially important and again, the music so sonically and completely complements it all. All I can say is please continue to punish my ears (in the best way possible). Thanks to this band for making fucking beautiful and important music in a time that really needs it. I’m gonna need to make a trip to Scandinavia soon to see this shit live. Thanks again, I can’t wait for the next one!!!! ✌️🎶🎸
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Conjuring heavy drones and sinister garage-psych freak-outs, Stockholm outfit The Janitors have been a formidable presence on the European underground since they formed way back in 2004. Channelling the free-wheeling spirit of Hawkwind with equal smatterings of Sabbath and Spacemen 3, the band are masters of taking hold of a gnarly fuzzed-out groove and beating it within an inch of its life.

Probably not for the faint of heart, their druggy wig-outs are totally relentless and unforgiving. For the uninitiated, perhaps we should turn to the late Hunter S. Thompson who famously wrote: “Buy the ticket, take the ride… and if it occasionally gets a little heavier than what you had in mind, well… maybe chalk it up to forced consciousness expansion: Tune in, freak out, get beaten.” Those words serve as a perfectly apt instruction manual – or warning, perhaps – for entering The Janitors nightmarish world and the ticket, in this instance, happens to be the band’s Fuzz Club Session LP .

While in the UK for a small run of shows in September 2018 Fuzz Club decided to drag the band down to Love Buzz Productions in South London in order to commit their unholy, eardrum-rattling live show to wax as part of a Fuzz Club Session. Clocking in at four-tracks – two from 2013s Drone Head LP, one from their latest full-length Horn ur Marken and another cut from their 2014 EP Evil Doings Of An Evil Kind – the session sees The Janitors’ malevolent, hedonistic swagger at its best, the live recording showing the band well and truly in their element.

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released January 18, 2019

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